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Guilty before proven innocent

Am I the only one that finds it suspicious that one anonymous person would report a candidate running for election for an illegal act just six days before the election. Mr./Ms. Anonymous might have more credibility had he/she waited until after the elections and used their name.

That is a lot of power given to one person to ruin someone’s career and their life, such as Dr. Bigelsen and others who lose everything appearing guilty before proven so.

No one will remember their innocence if that’s the result of these investigations.



Marilyn Nyborg

Grass Valley


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