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Innocent people losing protection

January 11, 2013

The Sunset Lounge is closed. That is good news, but I have to wonder why it took two murders connected to the club to finally accomplish this, and why the closing may be just temporary....

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Jan-11-13 10:16 AM

in my opinion I think it is time for the Law Director to be replace I don't know for the life of me why they keep putting him back in office year after year when they know they always have the same problems year after year

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Jan-11-13 2:59 PM

According the a recent Vindicator article, Mr. Hicks is retired!

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Jan-11-13 6:41 PM

Thanks for the investigative reporting Ms. Yoder. It's about time someone brings truth to the masses. All the singular incidents when put together, paint the picture of the ugly truth that this area has been victim to because they didn't know the full story. If people knew the whole story, they'd run these thugs, I mean officials, right out of office and the others out of business.

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Jan-12-13 4:43 AM

Very well done, Martha. You connected the dots. This is..... Oh so Trumbull County!

This underground activity goes on every day right under our noses. How many secret meetings must go on every day to keep this stealth activity alive. There must be a Trumbull County Greenbrier bunker where they all can go. I am sure the TC Health Department meets there too,next to the Union Annex.

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Jan-18-13 5:05 PM

Yoder suggests the government should have solved this problem sooner yet in previous columns her staunch posturing clearly framed the debate to say: "we must never rely on the government to fix society's problems".

All of a sudden it's the government's job to rush in and shut down private businesses to protect innocent people's lives, or face strong ridicule by Yoder. Interesting.

Of course, if the innocent lives were union members and the guilty party were goliath job-creating corporations facing scrutiny over EPA regulations, watch Yoder's analysis do a 180.

Are carcinogens being injected through Trumbull county's water table during the new fracking process? I want to know, but it's "top secret" and the guilty party are mostly conservatives.

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Jan-18-13 5:12 PM

Prove you are a fair journalist Mrs Yoder and expose the risks associated with the new fracking industry. If Tim Ryan doesn't get to take 2PM walks when his back is out--not under Yoder's watch--then why would a 100% safe fracking industry need to classify it's methods and legal proceedings (Cheney's energy meetings) as "top secret"?

Really> it's 100% safe but we can't tell you what we're injecting through your county's water table or we'll have to kill you.

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