- The Attack Of The Underdog -
J. K. Rawling's misadventure in a near-death situation
On a warm, sunny morning in a seaside town of Rockingham, Western Australia, the creator of the well-known Harry Potter stories was bashed and left for dead by the water's edge of Palm Beach. Near to the authors home Greg Simcock, the man who actually created the original drafts of the famous stories, on the 15th of may 2013, after 9:30
am, went to check on the whereabouts of a young girl who was staying at his home. After finding the girl laying unconscious, in an unnatural position, on the sandy beach, he went to her aid but the attacker of the girl, still standing near his victim, tossed sand into the author's face and then proceeded to punch the author in his face repeatedly. The author, blinded by the sand, struggled to stay on his feet momentarily as he was wrestled to the ground and his face held upon the sand as the perpetrator proceeded to strangle the author. Unconscious, the author was dragged to the water's edge where he was further wrestled and punched unconscious a second and third time. As he lay still on the wet beach he was repeatedly punched in the right eye by a man named David. After a third awakening from the unconscious state, from being flushed upon his face by waves of sea water, the author was able to raise himself a to standing position and then make his way off of the beach to a house nearby where a man was informed of the attack. The man telephone the police to ask that they come to the aid of both the girl and the unknown author.
The author is unknown because his work of 30 years designing things got stolen from his Australian home. Without his work it left Greg Simcock unable to complete his inventions to the point where he would have been given credit for his well-formed stories and product designs. His many stories would have been endorsed with his writer's name of J. K. Rawling and Joe King Rawling would be the name people around the world would recognize as the creator of things he created in his work places and private dwellings. Joanne K. Rowling, the plagiarist, would not be known for the Harry Potter stories or for the book of short stories named The Tales Of Beedle The Bard or Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them. She may have published a story and become an author but she would not be known for the Harry Potter stories at all if Greg Simcock's stories drafts had not been stolen. The reason I know that claim is true is because I am Greg Simcock. I, in fact, created the stories of the Harry Potter series and all published titles of the Harry Potter series, including their main characters, creatures, features and names are of my origin too!
I mean what I have written, here and posted to: (universalfacts.net