*UPDATE 3* Endicott Man Criminal or vigilante

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First I want to thank everyone for your support and your concern . It was overwhelming for sure .
I apologize to those i upset who were worried about me .
The responses were awesome to say the least .
Everything from being worried about me , supporting me , supporting what I stood for , even knowing me and my stance on this subject some were actually not surprised . I hope you all know It wasn't a joke it was a message .Not to deceive you but to make you aware . I made some subtle points in my first video .
My points :
*I mentioned how the criminals were Violent and abusive to women . Why? It's an epidemic .
*I made a point to that they had a history of this and currently had domestic violent charges .Why? It NEVER happens just once . They almost always reoffend within a month to two months.
*I made it a point to show how that makes a woman feel..Weak helpless and afraid .

No I don't condone breaking the law but I would be a lying hypercrit if I didn't say I've had confrontations with men who abuse women and had to hurt their feelings ;)

For every violent dispute that gets called in or reported there were usually 10 times in happened and didn't get reported .

I'm proud of all the attention I was able to bring to this issue .

For once people stopped arguing about sports , stopped arguing about politics and even stopped talking about "Cash me outside " and took notice to an epidemic we sometimes ignore because it hasn't happened to you ..

Make a stand against Domestic violence .
No reason for a man to lay his hands on women in a violent way . There should never be violence in love .

Thank you for the love and support

Jay Romano

This is a satirical website. Don't take it Seriously. It's a joke.

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