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Thursday, March 13, 2014

The real story behind the story of Conn. 'peace officer' hoax

This is where we stand after five days of intrigue and frenzy created by a person claiming to be Tyson F. Jackson, who claimed that a "Connecticut Peace Officers' Association" had written an open letter containing the signatures of 250 police officers who promised not to enforce Connecticut's new draconian gun and magazine control laws.
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Well, folks, here we are back with the apologies. The article above issues corrections and retractions while at the same time honoring nuggets of truth within the story. It turns out I was duped along with some others. Sheesh. I hate it, hate it, hate it when that happens. So very embarrassing. I take truth very seriously and don't want to be part of propagating something that isn't factual.

So, what do I do? Maybe I should seek out a cave somewhere in the wilderness and hang out in there for a day or two. Egg all over my face, anyway, so I won't need food.


PolyKahr said...


It is embarrassing to find yourself the victim of such misinformation. But you have done the right thing, so you needn't have as you say "egg on your face." I too have had a couple of such posts, and all we can do is point them out to readers, and move on.

Keep up the good work,

Welshman said...

Thank you my friend. That means a lot.