Benjamin Kyle told the story of being beaten and left for dead behind a Burger King in Georgia. Kyle claimed he woke up with no memory of his identity. Kyle became famous as the homeless man with amnesia. He went on Dr. Phil. Benjamin Kyle was everywhere. The problem is the beating never happened. For YEARS he told the story of being terribly beaten. Didn't happen. Here is a post I made in 2010. It was fellow Websleuths members who actually did the sleuthing. I only confirmed what the members found. http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sh...n-Kyle-Statement-from-Owner-of-Websleuths-com Without the beating, you have to assume the amnesia story is not true. How could it be? Kyle said himself it was the beating that caused the problem with his memory. Sources have told me Kyle has admitted he wasn't beaten. Yet, in the article below the newspaper still says Kyle was beaten. Now, Kyle is saying he has found out who he is because of the help he is received from other people. http://www.news4jax.com/news/benjamin-kyle-writes-thank-you-post/35301774 In my opinion, Benjamin Kyle was used by other people because of his story. It was a good one. His story received world-wide media attention. Kyle was homeless. He, along with the other homeless people deserve a place to stay, food, and health care. I'm glad for him because at least he is now getting the care he needs. It's hard to know exactly what the truth is but one this is certain, Benjamin Kyle was never beaten. You take away the beating and the amnesia story is gone as well. You take away the amnesia story and well, you draw your own conclusion.