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Interesting Article

Discussion in 'Law & Order' started by finishnailer, Mar 22, 2021.

  1. finishnailer

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    So, if true, why have Doe or his attorney or his wife or his neighbor not spoken out?
     
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    I’m not sure if your question was rhetorical or real. I found it to be quite believable. You can decide for yourself if you believe it to be accurate. After reading the article about the actions of the officers in Houston it’s not all that far fetched. As for why we haven’t heard from any of the three people, plenty of plausible reasons occur to me, although the older lady is probably not capable of to much according to the article. Have a good evening.
     
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    Interesting scenario. Even if it is just a story, it's a good one.

    Woody
     
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    My question was quite sincere. The whole thing sounds fishy to me. No actual sources, no byline (By: "Publisher"), I cannot find any other accounts of it anywhere, it supposedly happened on February 2nd and that article was published on March 15th. Surely, some other media outlets would have jumped on it by now if there were any credible sources. I'm waiting for some confirmation, or at least coverage, from some other sources.
     
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    Appears this might be a different take on the same event.
    https://flatheadbeacon.com/2020/02/06/man-arrested-guns-drugs-hungry-horse/
     
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    And one author's view on the "News site" itself. Note this article is dated March 3, 2020.

    https://missoulacurrent.com/opinion/2020/03/voices-fake-news-site/

    While the Montana Daily Gazette tries to hide who is behind its work, it didn’t take long to uncover who is behind the site: Pastor Jordan D. Hall of Sidney.

    The Montana Daily Gazette is hosted on a server located at this IP address: 74.208.178.190. Two other sites located at that exact IP address are Pulpit and Pen, another site run by Hall that offers commentary about Pete Buttigieg’s “gay reign of terror” and the site for Sidney’s Fellowship Baptist Church, where Hall serves as a pastor.

    The private Facebook page for the Montana Daily Gazette, created three weeks ago, lists Jordan Hall as its administrator.
     
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    Now, THAT, I can believe!

    Figures.


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    BobbyV Uh huh . . . sure

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    Yikes . . .
     
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    Except that the dates and times differ. The Montana Daily Gazette article cites an early morning raid on the morning of February 2nd. The Flathead Beacon article refers to an evening raid on February 5th. The Montana Daily Gazette reported that federal agents conducted the raid. while the Flathead Beacon article says county sheriff's deputies conducted the raid. These are too many discrepancies for me to say with certainty that they are the same incident.

    What does give me pause is the 13 day gap between the incident and the article in the Montana Daily Gazette. While it could be explained by the author having other obligations to attend to, I would say that the nature of the occurrence would have urged a more rapid publishing of the account. However, the time gap could also be accounted for by the author wanting to get his facts straight the first time--something the mainstream media is not wont to do anymore.
     

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