It's "grain of salt" time or "conspiracy against survivors" time --

The Philadelphia Inquirer ran a long hit-piece on Greg Bucceroni to correspond with his Dr. Phil appearance.

The two major accusations against Bucceroni's credibility is that 1) his story keeps changing, and 2) he seems to find his way into bit parts of major crime stories like he is Zelig or Forrest Gump.

The first accusation is easy for any survivor to understand: our stories often change over time as we better understand what happened to us. But to outsiders, this makes us less credible.

The other accusation is a bit more damning, as it suggests that Bucceroni could be injecting himself into a story where he doesn't belong, giving us all false hope that a connection exists where it really does not.

We saw false band-wagon accusations with the Bernie Fine case as well.

Anyway, here's the Philly Inquirer story on Greg Bucceroni:
I'll be just fine and dandy
Lord, it's like a hard candy Christmas
I'm barely getting through tomorrow
But I won't let sorrow get me way down.