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Examiner
  • Too many coincidences for comfort

  • I’ve lived in Independence most of my life and worked and volunteered with some of the finest people. I’ve also come to realize that there is a great deal of coincidental vandalism and corruption that goes on! This needs to be discussed publicly!

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  • I’ve lived in Independence most of my life and worked and volunteered with some of the finest people. I’ve also come to realize that there is a great deal of coincidental vandalism and corruption that goes on! This needs to be discussed publicly!
    1. In 1997 I ran for the Independence School Board. My children were attending William Southern Elementary. A few hours before there was a scheduled PTSA Meeting to introduce the candidates, a neighbor man turned his hunting dogs out of their pen and they tore our little dog to death.
    2. I had helped Connie Cierpiot with her political campaigns when she ran for state representative. She lived a couple of blocks from me and a few days after my dog was killed, her house was vandalized and ransacked.
    3. Not long after that I was driving with my son and a man ran a red light and drove directly into my son’s passenger door. The man lit up a cigarette and then drove off.
    4. At the grocery store I had not noticed that the lights were out on the parking lot and I got out of my car and a man in a truck quickly turned on his motor, gunned the gas and I literally ran off of the parking lot to keep from being run over.
    5. When my son was in high school he was dating a young lady whose stepfather was employed by the city of Independence. After the first time my son visited their home, the next day it was vandalized and ransacked.
    6. I ordered a film to be made at a business in Independence so I could post it on my social networks on the Internet. It was about a child molester in prison who had come after my daughter. My niece’s family lived in Independence, and their home was vandalized and ransacked within the hour after I ordered the film.
    7. My son was working with a sales organization, and the night before he was supposed to sign up a young man, the young man was pronounced DOA at Centerpoint Medical Center after he and his cousin were fleeing from somebody and their vehicle hit a tree.
    8. I was a prompt and dependable substitute teacher in Independence for years. I went before the Independence City Council to call public attention to the need for an investigation into a suspicious death of a man in 2008, with ties to the 5th Congressional District, of which Independence is a part. I was immediately told I could no longer substitute teach in the Independence School District. (Keep in mind Independence canceled school during the flu season this past year because they have a shortage of substitutes).
    It’s not right that a person can no longer substitute teach so they can’t network in the school district. I’m proud to tell you I’ve never been a part of, ordered or condoned any type of political corruption in order to silence others around me!
    Page 2 of 2 - Deborah Solomon lives in Independence.
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