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FWOb reprinted an excerpt from an email sent to FWN that states similar complaints were also sent to the FBI, an attorney, and "other organizations." FWOb also attracted a commenter named Michael H. Reese who discussed the complaint against FWN at greater length and predicted forthcoming charges. Mike Sylvester has some strong critisims of Mr. Reese.
In the meantime, Fort Wayne News has moved to a new server and is back online.
"Fort Wayne Observed is proud to present its first Fall Conference. It will be held Thursday morning, November 16, 2006, at the Hilton Garden Inn at the southwest corner of I-69 and US 24 in Fort Wayne.
The Fall Conference is to explore public policy, legislative and municipal actions, and community issues. It is for as well as attorneys and community leaders.
Indiana attorneys attending the conference will be eligible for Continuing Legal Education Credits."
I'm not sure if this is legal, considering how hyper we are about polling places, but I'll be curious to see whether Shawn Plew's plan works:
I’ll be workin’ the polls tomorrow in an effort to GOTV for IN State house district 89 candidate John Barnes. By my side will be my (friend’s) trusty laptop. If I can get a wireless connection I’ll do my own version of precinct polling during the day. I have no earthly idea where I’ll be or what I’ll be doing, but I’ll make an effort to post info about my experience as “Joe Volunteer”.