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Morgan: Independent far too happy to print fake news

Posted 7/7/21

I am disappointed by the Independent’s lack of journalism and basic ethics, publishing a story about a video capturing a cross being pulled out of the ground.

To continue to smear the …

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Morgan: Independent far too happy to print fake news

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I am disappointed by the Independent’s lack of journalism and basic ethics, publishing a story about a video capturing a cross being pulled out of the ground.

To continue to smear the morals and character of a man who is dedicated to improving our town and community through service and volunteerism is beyond irresponsible.

“Allegations swirl”, the reporter writes. FALSE. One bitter family is making an allegation, and the only swirl that exists has been created from the Brown families angry, violent, and threatening statements under the guise of memorializing their father.

I see their home is up for foreclosure auction next month. Hopefully they are long gone from PV, and their manipulation of our town resources moves out too.

Editor’s Note: Earl Morgan is a Paradise Valley resident of 12 years.

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