Like most of you we like to spend the occasional downtime googling ourselves just to see what’s out there on us. For most people who are google no body’s (oh well…) such a task is a task in vanity. But then again sometimes it may also turn out to be a task into profanity. Especially when google registers you as a murder you (one hopes) have no idea about. Try explaining that to your new boss…
wtsp: GAINESVILLE, Florida — A University of Florida student is relieved to know deputies aren’t searching for him…but he’s still in shock that the Polk County Sheriff’s Office erroneously released his photo in connection to a September murder.
Investigators originally released a driver’s license photo of Zachary Garcia — spelled with an “A” — but it was Zachery Garcia — spelled with an “E” — who was charged in connection with the crime.
Which is to say the pee stain that suddenly appeared on Zachary’s front pains has now finally been mopped up, but not without some degree of trepidation and sudden soul searching.
“I was just very shocked to find my picture and the article saying that I was convicted of a felony murder charge,” he said, “and I was just very shocked and angry that someone put my name up there and said I did something I didn’t do.”
Which in a nutshell is the usual grind of a public figure. Aren’t you glad that you’re still a nobody, until the day you get told you committed a murder…?