6 Questions That Obliterate What Carole Baskin Is Saying


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Everyone is getting it wrong about the "breaking news" saying in headlines that Carole Baskin's husband is ALIVE! What the Tiger King?

Hold up!!

People are pointing to an interview from a year ago that went unnoticed. She claimed that her husband (Don Lewis disappeared in 1997 and was declared dead in 2002) was found alive in Costa Rica. She says Homeland Security told her Don Lewis flew to Costa Rica and was alive and well. And she said DHS also informed the local sheriff near her Big Cat Rescue.

Here are just a few of the questions that poke a hole in this story from little miss "Hey all you cats and kittens".

  1. Carole said Homeland security told her he was alive. Her proof is pictures of a fax supposedly from Homeland Security. But those documents on HER website have the names of anyone at DHS marked out. So are the dates. How can this be proof of anything if there's no one you can ask about its authenticity?
  2. She said Homeland Security also contacted the local sheriff. TMZ has contacted the sheriff and they say they never got any communication from Homeland Security and he's still considered a missing person. So how can we believe her when law enforcement denies everything?
  3. Why didn't Carole mention all during the taping of Tiger King and the thousands of interviews after that?
  4. Why would Don Lewis's family tell everyone they suspected Carole of being responsible for his disappearance?
  5. Why would his family buy commercial time on Dancing With The Stars asking for tips about Don Lewis' whereabouts and to contact authorities if he was still alive?
  6. She said on her blog "And for everyone who still wants to believe that Carole killed Don, then please explain to us why you think armchair detectives, or you are better informed than the Special Agent in Charge at the FBI in this Homeland Security Document which says “Don Lewis is currently alive and well in Costa Rica.” Does she really expect us to believe that Homeland Security was looking for her husband in 2002 instead of hunting down terrorists less than a year after 9/11?

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