Like the mysterious truck driving past the grassy knoll in Platte, Stormland TV had to get the scoop. But were they out of line? And who tippedÂ them off?
I joined Greg at the end of the program where we discussed what we know, which is far outstripped by what we don’t know. Like:
- Who tipped off KELOLand TV? It had to be someone in the courts or law enforcement.
- Who has an interest in tipping off KELOLand TV to embarrass Nesiba
- And why did KELOLand TV act in such a reckless manner, potentially endangering Nesiba, the public, law enforcement and the TV station’s own crew?
Greg is calling for an investigation. I agree.
And one last point: Suspicion of the media isn’t just an East Coast or West Coast thing. It’s happening right across the street.
Stormland TV has pulled this crap in the past, to make it look like they are getting the big story, sometimes as it turns out, nothing, or next to nothing is really happening. This is why I try to stay away from criminal cases, unless government officials are involved in corruption or fraud. Remember the Gant/Powers debacle where the media wouldn’t touch the story for months, even after the chiding of a state senator. A he said, she said case between adults is a private matter for the courts. Jorgi and Stormland TV really need to concentrate on real stories from now on.