Employees of the the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History blame us for confederate idol vandalism and removal - Make the check payable to cash Bruce
July 4, 2020
We were the first new media organization to post on June 15th about the social action taken against the traitorous confederate idol on city of Little Rock owned land in MacArthur Park.
We ran a story on June 19th that featured exclusive video and photos of the early morning (3 a.m.) removal of the traitor soldier from the base of the idol. Click here for that story.
We have a multitude of field reporters that help us break stories weeks before main stream media and receive hundreds of tips a week about goings on in the city and at Little Rock city hall.
Our data base of records allow us to have information ready at a moments notice that other media sources envy.
Records obtained from the city reveal that a couple of employees of the the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History blame us for confederate idol vandalism and removal.
Isgrig is a documented drunkard and a fan of detective fiction.
|Reveille R. Isgrig|
Then this fool chimed in.
Here is the live stream video I made on Facebook on June 5th that McAteer mentions in his accusatory email.
We suspect that we have had more folks watch that video and read our post about the piss stain on the idol than has visited the museum in the last year or longer.
As stated in the June 19th story, I received information from a highly placed Little Rock city hall source (at 4:33 p.m. on June 15th) that reported "that the confederate statue in MacArthur Park had been tagged over the weekend".
I called my associate Chief Ean Lee Bordeaux (at 4:44 p.m. on June 15th) and apprised him of the social action and he rushed to take photos.
Ean arrived before I did and was able to speak with and record an interview (included in the June 19th story) with a man that had been doing some power washing at the museum and had been asked to try and wash off the traitor idol.
I can document my whereabouts and my activities the entire day of June 15th.
I don't make statements I cannot back up with facts and documents, as these two fuckwads will soon find out.
The city is facing a lawsuit over several actions they tried to take dealing with my activities as a journalist.
The first was the external hard drive that was given to me in response to a FOI request.
The city falsely claimed I "hacked" the hard drive to revel thousand of files, some containing sensitive and exempt from FOI request information.
Then the beleaguered, lying police chief attempted to bring charges against me in retaliation for exposing his corrupt ass. That story was covered by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and The Arkansas Times.
Now this incident with the city run museum.
I have two lawyers working on the lawsuit and they await a per-litigation settlement conference with the city attorney.
Meanwhile, we await a FOI response from the city for employment records and emails from the museum staff.