Pit Bull rescues must attract quite a few grifters, after all, how many people cut from reputable fabric would peddle the wares of the dogmen? It seems that a pit bull advocacy by the name of Hello Bully, a national non-profit dedicated to improving the reputation of pit bulls, will now need to repair its own reputation due to the grifting activities of a 25 year old man named Jesse James Gasior. Well, I say you reap what you sow. This is what you get when you wallow in the mire of the world of pit bulls, and the people who are attracted to pit bulls.
Mr. Gasior will be serving time for impersonating Homeland security agents, which gave him access to the private information of some well meaning students who wanted to help those poor maligned pit bulls, as well as other various scams on Craigslist.
"Gasior still has state charges that include impersonating a public employee and misrepresenting a sale as being for charity, according to court records.
On May 17, about three weeks after the FBI arrested him for the Craigslist scam, Gasior entered Brentwood High without permission and walked into classrooms telling faculty and staff that he was a Homeland Security agent, according to an arrest affidavit by Brentwood police Officer Gerald Mikelonis.
Gasior asked students if they were interested in donating money to Hello Bully, a national nonprofit dedicated to improving the reputation of pit bulls, police said. At least six students provided Gasior with their names, phone numbers and email addresses, police said."