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Xtagged – the Movie! (…not)

Posted on January 23, 2013 in Andy's Videos

Andy Esquivel’s scams never cease to amaze me.  Few things are as entertaining as debunking this scumbag’s ridiculous claims and revealing the extent of his psychosis.

The latest example is Andy’s claim that he’s sold the rights to the “Xtagged movie” to film producer Brian Doubleday (Producer of 1999 blockbuster ‘Instinct’, early 1990s hit television series ‘Venturing’, & 2008 documentary ‘Big River Blues’).  As evidence of the current production of this eminent documentary, which Andy hints will be bigger than “The Social Network” because he claims to have retained the ‘Facebook lawyers from the film’ to represent him, Andy has been broadcasting links to a 60 second video in which he tells part of his story.

It’s an impressive video…well produced, excellent photography, etc.  There’s only one problem –  anybody in the Denver area with 15 minutes to burn can buy the same video from Brian Doubleday for $99!  It’s actually a terrific deal…here is the text form Brian’s “Greenworks Video” website to illustrate:

The $99 Video Bio!

Video Bios are rapidly taking the place of text bio on sites such as Linkedin, Facebook, and an ever increasing number of other social media sites. With a 60 second video bio, you can easily tell everyone who you are, what you’ve accomplished, and give them a real sense of your personality as well.

Here’s how it works:
Call Brian Doublday at our studio (303-728-9574) or email brian@gwvideo.com to schedule your bio shoot in our studio. Once you agree about a time to come in, he’ll talk to you about what to say, and ask you to write it out and email it to him.

We’ve reserved our studio every weekday from noon until 1PM for shooting these bios. Your script will be loaded into our teleprompter (no memorization is necessary!) you’ll come in and have 15 minutes of studio time to get it done.
When you walk out, you’ll have a professionally produced video bio, with your name and title (if you want) on the screen. What could be better (or more affordable at just $99) than that!
So if any Tom, Dick, or Harry can walk into Greenworks Video and have a 60 second bio video professionally done by producer Brian Doubleday for a hundred bucks, how does a 60 second bio video of Andy from the same company prove that a documentary covering all the details of the Xtagged scam and the convicted felon who is about to go on trial for orchestrating it prove that a full-scale documentary is being produced and has in fact already started filming or that Brian Doubleday has acquired the rights to such a video?  Better yet, what happened to the documentary Andy claimed Ron Kelsay produced last year that was supposed to premier at this year’s Sundance Film Festival but didn’t?
…and if Andy really did sell the rights to the story of this scam, wouldn’t he have enough money left over from the sale to pay for an attorney to defend him in the fraud trial that begins next month or the child support hearing he had last week?

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