Originally Posted by Bob_McBob
Oddly enough, I found this news story with a photo of a...
I find linking a coffee store story with photo/quotes of a person with a name similar to "Patricia Schreyer", to this thread questionable and unsound. Reminded me of the US westerns where persons are lynched on the slightest suspicion by a mad frenzied crowd, only later to find the lynched person didn't have any reason to be lynched. If the pictured female is on your personal, private "persons of interest" list due to the police's certified application of applied and honed forensic skills and them officially stating this is a person of interest, that's one thing, but to put what appears to be a private citizen's personal accusation in a public forum seems flat out wrong and potentially damaging and injurious.
Perhaps nothing makes it a good day for some like sullying the reputation of someone on a suspicion due to a name similarity. Who knows how the scammer chose the name he/she used in Head-fi, and what the scammer's real identity is? Guess all the Smith's are lucky they weren't involved.
Now, wouldn't it be an interesting turn if the person in the photo/article earned a tidy $um from a Head-Fi related slander suit and was able to afford a primo heaphone rig? That would make for an interesting article, with photo.