Awaiting Response From Reporter David Kranz (By Ron Branson - Author/Founder of National JAIL4Judges.org) Reporter David Kranz seems to resent receiving tons
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, Aug 30, 2005
Response From Reporter David Kranz
(By Ron Branson - Author/Founder of
Reporter David Kranz seems to resent
receiving tons of emails in rebuttal to his article he
published in the August 28th Argus Leader against J.A.I.L. He overlooks the
fact that it is the cause that is the subject here, not where the criticism
may come from. While J.A.I.L. is a nationwide effort of
freedom-loving Americans, our current target state is South Dakota. A win
for South Dakota is a win for freedom in this country. South Dakota
is only the first step toward Liberty.
Misrepresentation of truth published in
a South Dakota newspaper is still misrepresentation, although such
deception be may be exposed from North Dakota. A lie is a lie no
matter from whose mouth it comes or where the speaker of the lie may
I sent Dave Kranz an E-mail and got this response from him. Poor
was a story about something happening in South Dakota, nowhere else.
Ron's Response To Argus Leader
Reporter David Kranz:
So David, how to you propose to defend your
published deception to a South Dakotan who writes and criticizes your
article? I am curious. Some of your critics do live in South
Dakota, you know.
I think you are only sinking yourself deeper into
the quicksand, rather than trying to extricate yourself. Inquiring
minds wanna know. The world is waiting to hear from ya, David. Your
reputation as a reporter is on the line. The Argus Leader's reputation is on
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