Plymouth Couple Featured In Blog For Criminal History And Drug Use Message Choice Words For Turtleboy 


Earlier in the week we published a blog about a Plymouth man named William Duff, who has been featured prominently as the face for recovery, but has a long criminal record along with several recent anti-police postings. His wife Carissa Duro Duff was also featured prominently in the blog, as she also has a long criminal record. Both of them have lost their children to DCF.


This week the trailer park couple of the year reached out to me to share their side of the story and have agreed to come on the Live Show tonight for Ratchet Redemption. We will be going live tonight at 9 PM on our YouTube and Rumble channels, which you can subscribe to here and here.

The Narcan Naniburger had some strong words in the email and Facebook messages she sent to me.

She seems lovely. Lot going on in that message, and we’ll be breaking it down on the Live Show with her at 9 so make sure you tune in. It’s really a mystery why she doesn’t have custody of her children though.

Wigmaster Willy on the other hand seemed to be proud of his newfound Turtleboy fame, and thinks the blog made him look better than he actually is, despite publishing disturbing police reports and details of his criminal history.

He wants to meet up in person to do the show, presumably because he’s going to kick my ass or something, but unfortunately I’m at my studio on 130 Blake Street in Lewiston, Maine, so we will have to do it remotely. See you then!


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