Blocked from Pen City Current

Our local media publisher Chuck Vanderburg has been following my story since the beginning. I don’t know exactly what set him off, but he has blocked me from sending him emails. Interesting. He seemed to always have a high opinion of our County Sheriff. So if he should happen to lurk on my site here is what I want him to know.

I don’t know how long I have been blocked. I rarely even want to comment on any of your stuff. But once in a while I see something that is so conflicting with what I have experienced I have to comment. Not that you will publish it, but so you will personally know the facts and my feeling about something you are publishing. I feel sorry for you. You do not feel that individual rights are as important if not more important than your relationship with Sheriff Weber, He has proven criminal behavior of being a low life scoundrel matching the character of the rest of his group of organized self serving imposters. How these people can so easily put on such a phoney mask to the reality of what they are achieving behind the backs of unsuspecting citizens is unreal. It is a learned behavior. I am naive. You had me fooled. Weber’s commitment to the Conlee’s is a much higher degree than his representation of the written law. IMO as a media representative you have an ethical duty to the citizens to be truthful and expose wrongdoers. You have the tool to help society in general but do not utilize it for the good of the people. But you have made the decision to oppress the story and in effect have contributed a large amount of the brutality that has been committed against me as a human being. Shame on you for playing with my life by not publishing the evidence that you know full well is completely based on facts. Whatever Chuck, one day everything will be public. Never give up your 1st Amendment rights under pressure of retaliation.
All my best,

Without strong news coverage first, there can be no opinion journalism

Without reliable local news reporting and commentary shining a light on what our governments do, politicians, special-interest groups and sometimes outright criminals become free to abuse public trust and loot the public treasury.

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