What makes Crystal Cox tick?

Wow… I never really asked what got Crystal Cox all interested in the whole Summit Bankruptcy thing.

Philly Law Blog asked that question — and answers it.

4 Responses to What makes Crystal Cox tick?

  1. Just watched one of this girl’s YouTube channels….


    Before, I thought she was some obnoxious bitch. After, it’s clear that she’s simply mentally ill. Sad.

  2. Jack B. says:

    Cherchez la femme, as the saying goes.

  3. Susan says:

    Looks like the whackadoo is at it again. She is now stating the comment below was posted to your blog on April 4th, 2012 at 8:54am (awaiting moderation) – which I presume means it would not have been visible to anyone but you or the poster, yet at 8:59am on the same day by the timestamp on her own blog, this appears on her blog. Five minutes after it supposedly was posted to your blog in a moderated status. Hmm – VERY suspicious. I can only assume no such comment was posted to your blog and if it was Ms. Cox posted it herself.

    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    Statement from Stephanie DeYoung Regarding Investigative Blogger Crystal Cox and What Marc Randazza put about Regarding Stephanie DeYoung.
    Stephanie DeYoung Posted this Comment on Marc Randazza’s Blog

    “Stephanie DeYoung says:
    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    April 4, 2012 at 8:54 am
    Since this story is not transparent and there has been no real investigation into the matter, I have let the public see my original blog on this story. I took it down because I wanted nothing to do with Kevin Padrick of Obsidian Finance, but somehow he has convinced the media that he is this good guy who has been damaged. He is not anything close to good. He is a vulture who waits for his kill to die and he takes all that he can. The blog that originated this story was my blog. You can read it at http://www.summit1031bkjustice.com.

    Crystal Cox based much of what she wrote on either what I told her or what was on my blogs. She fought for the victims in this case and that seems to be forgotten. She did this for no money at all.
    Kevin Padrick was originally hired on as a consultant (not the highest paying job). He took Summit ’s financial information to the creditors (other side and definite conflict of interest) without anyone’s direction to do so but himself. He has not proven otherwise. That manuever made him approximately $6.5 Million as Trustee of the bankruptcy – a much higher paying job. Like he didn’t know exactly what he was doing when he made false promises to the Summit Accommodator’s shareholders when he was selling his consultant services to them in their time of need.
    Maybe Someone Should really get the FACTS straight here.
    Stephanie DeYoung”
    Posted by Investigative Blogger Crystal L. Cox at 8:59 AM

  4. That’s what I figured, which is why I did not bother to allow it to go up.

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