Bob Gimlin wasn't allowed or given the opportunity to speak. Instead an auction took place instead of Bob Gimlin saying a few words about the film. Venue organizers said they ran out of time. Really? That didn't stop Marc DeWerth from doing an auction where he gets 30% of the money. So what's the truth? These people: Marc DeWerth and Tom Yamarone have made a lot of money and enjoyed riding on Bob Gimlin's coat tails for far too long. The Ohio Bigfoot Conference, put on by DeWerth, depends on Bob Gimlin to gain large numbers in attendance.
Have they put this man on a pedestal only to kick it out from underneath him... at this historic event of all places in Bigfoot history? Money comes first before respect. At the end of the day, they need to take one good look in the mirror and see what they have done.
DeWerth claims the money from the auctions was to be a surprise gift for Bob Gimlin. Yet we were told all the money from ticket sales, auctions, and VIP dinner cover price was to go to Tom Yamarone's medical fund. There was no transparency and it was not made known to conference attendees where their money was going. Sound a little shady? We think so.
Here is the timeline of events. Bob was to speak after Meldrum, before DeWerth decided to rob Bob of his opportunity with the fans:
Bob Gimlin was not paid like in the original agreement. Yamarone was to pay Bob $500 and Russell Acord, Bob's manager, $400 for transportation expenses for bringing Bob to the event. Russell Acord told Yamarone "You give all that money to Bob." So that makes it $900 that was not given to Bob Gimlin.
There are multiple lies being spread online by people trying desperately to save face. Lines are bring drawn. Who do you stand with? We here at the Crypto Blast stand with Bob Gimlin. Let's turn that horrible and disrespectful hashtag "#freebob" into something better. Like, "#IsupportBob". Watch the video below and decide for yourself.