Thursday, December 3, 2015

Greensboro's News and Record fails to disclose ongoing lawsuit involving Earl Jones

As an owner/board member of the Civil Rights Museum property
who is suing the News and Record, 
Earl and friends have legally assaulted Greensboro's establishment
from three different directions, rather simultaneously.

By not disclosing the other suits involving Jones, 
the News and Record has made a tactical error,
which lends credence to the museum's libel suit against the paper
and increases the credibility to contentions against Zack Matheny
and 'friends' who understand what has not been publicly disclosed
involving others who know by far more than has been reported
by a few crooked news outlets
who literally injected him into his current situation
with the consent of the decision makers
which may very well make Earl's case
and rip apart Greensboro's elite power broker's influence.

This is yours Jim Melvin, Koury Clan, Roy Carroll and Marty Kotis etc...

Merry Christmas

I suspect these aren't the only lumps of coal for your stockings

How does the story go?
Proof the City of Greensboro and the Community Foundation's new TPAC parking numbers are bogus

If anyone wanted definitive proof the Rhino's John Hammer completely sold his soul to Roy Carroll, here it is

What They're Not Telling You About TPAC

How does one describe a city in which the local news outlets don't report the news?

Lex Alexander on Greensboro's Civil Rights Museum board suing the News and Record

ICRCM Sues News & Record

Looks like Skip Alston has a case against the News and Record; "Sit-In Museum Says Paper Seeks to Discredit It"

"Smaller-than-expected crowds turned out at shopping centers in North Carolina" "Black Friday Sales Down More Than $1 Billion"

And They Called Us Crazy

An unusual spike in page view traffic