April 2, 2013 At a local event held by top officials in the area to discuss the crime problem, I confronted many of them about the unfolding story of police using cars from LAG, the towing company that has the contract w/ the city of Wilkes-Barre.
1-19-13, Gun Appreciation Day kicked off all across the country. People gathered in their local cities and capitals to show their support for the Second amendment and concerns for all of the executive actions Obama is taking. Once again I was back on public square in Wilkes-Barre PA making sure his voice be heard.
December 21 2012, Kevin Miller, a 5 year old boy from Dallas was hit by a car and killed while leaving a Christmas party on North Street in Wilkes-Barre. Almost two weeks after this incident, with very little news coverage, I received a tip that there was a city camera literally right over the crime scene. After looking at the coverage from the main stream outlets, I noticed that nobody was talking about all the city cameras that this car needed to drive under to proceed on that path. I went out to investigate what seemed to be a story nobody wanted to talk about. The day this is being posted, there are know reports that the FBI helped with the investigation, that they have a “person of interest” and that the photo showed and reported to be from the city of Wilkes-Barre was one that I believed to be the Kings video. That camera was on the Kings College building, and papers originally reported that Kings was the source of one of the two places that got shots of the cars. There will be more to this story.
On November 29, 2012, I tried asking the Mayor of Wilkes-Barre a question and shot some of the most telling video ever when it comes to the “elite” attitudes of the politicians and how it’s okay to talk to Journalists that they know have bosses. Even if I wasn’t seen as a reporter, is this how the Mayor of a city should treat ANYBODY ?
Congressman Lou Barletta was have a fundraiser at Genetti’s Hotel in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. on June 22, 2012. I’ve been trying to get to the Congressman who use to come to tea parties before they were co-opted and ask him some questions like why he voted for the NDAA or why did he vote against the Smith-Amash Amendment. The video will break everything down for you and show you, ONCE AGAIN, how difficult it is to even try to ask a serious question to someone in office.