April 18, 2007

Yeagley responds to Youngblood article

Yeagley Admits Failure In His Campaign to Smear YoungbloodIt takes up Rudy's position, and merely says Michelle [Shining Elk] 'accused Yeagley of falsifying his own background.' Yes, that's a fact....they support Rudy, who is a confessed liar, and who has provided absolutely no evidence of who he is.

Apparently, these liberals are content to repeat each other's lies...

I was personally interviewed by Laura Horwitz, of BackStage....She covered for Rudy completely.

That's HOLLYWOOD. That's liberal media. LIARS every one....

5 comments:

russell said...

Writerfella here --
Apparently, Yeagley forgot the first rule in his brand of 'yellow journalism': never bullshit a bullshitter.
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'
PS: and never mind forgiving writerfella's Romansch...

greggie said...

I am not a registered "Wikipedian"
Anyone out there wanna get out there and do some identity correction:

The Rudy Youngblood Wikipedia entry:

"Rudy Youngblood (born in 1982, Texas) is a young Native American actor, musician, dancer and artist. He is a descendant of the Comanche and Yaqui tribal nations. As a young boy, Preston and Fern Tahchawwickah brought Rudy into their family as their son.

In 2005 Rudy Youngblood moved to Los Angeles after touring across the USA. Rudy Youngblood was hired by Mel Gibson to play Jaguar Paw (main role) in the movie Apocalypto. This gave him a beginning in stardom.

Rudy Youngblood is also a skilled equestrian, avid outdoorsman, boxer, cross country-runner, and artist. As an artist, he incorporates oil and acrylic paints, prismacolors, pastels and charcoal into his work."

I wonder if he signs his prismacolors "Picasso?"

greggie said...

Stike that...

I meant to go here instead:

Yeagley WIKI article:

"Yeagley was born and grew up in Oklahoma City. He is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation, based in Lawton, Oklahoma, and claims descent from Bad Eagle (1839-1906), a band headman among the Kwahadi (Antelope) Comanche of West Texas. He was born to a Comanche (and part Chickasaw) mother, Norma Juanita Portillo Yeagley (1922-2005)[1][2] (who was Bad Eagle's great-granddaughter), and a white father, Ned Carlton Yeagley.[3]

He began playing the piano at the age of eleven. By age thirteen, he performed the Anton Rubinstein Piano Concerto No. 4 with the Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Guy Fraser Harrison. In his teenage years, Yeagley composed a volume of works ranging from solo piano sonatas to choral and chamber works.

russell said...

Writerfella here --
Oh, boy, dueling bios! Da-da-da-dun-dun, do-do-do-doot, doot doot doot, doot doo doot doo,...
Hey, writerfella saw that movie, with John Voight and Burt Reynolds and Ronny Cox and Ned Beatty! writerfella gets it! Yeagley was the one who rapes Ned Beatty and then gets an arrow through his throat! Bet it was a Comanche arrow!
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'

Rob said...

Don't bother trying to edit Yeagley's entry in Wikipedia. His detractors have tried to note his lies and omissions--e.g., his white-supremacist views. His supporters have fought back every time.

For a while the controversy raged and his entry was frozen. Now it seems you can edit it again. But I wouldn't try it if I were you, because I doubt your edits would remain.

For the unexpurgated version of Yeagley's entry--the one Wikipedia ultimately quashed--go to Yeagley the Indian Apple.