Category: Reece Collins

Deutsch’s Misconduct Nothing New . . . for Him

The revelations regarding the Mac Haddow – Pete Candland Cabal’s 4th of July Forgery and Coles School Board representative Willie Deutsch’s participation in its promotion and his dissemination of confidential information continue to grow. After we reported on Deutsch’s most recent breach, we received documentary evidence showing that such misconduct is not new for Deutsch.

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An Antecedent to Candland Cabal’s 4th of July Forgery?

As our readers know, the Haddow-Candland Cabal, followed by Coles School Board member Willie Deutsch, chose to honor our nation’s founding by producing this past July 4th on their house organ, the Sheriff of Nottingham smear blog, what we demonstrated was a forged document designed to perpetrate a fraud on the people of Prince William.

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Candland, Corruption and Constant Contact

We earlier reported on two elements of Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland’s meltdown at the June 21, 2016, Board of Supervisors meeting. In the first, we recounted Potomac Supervisor Maureen Caddigan’s calm courage in calling out Candland’s FOIA hypocrisy, its cost to taxpayers, and the involvement of Mac Haddow. With the second we chronicled Chairman Corey

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Mac & Pete: The Early Years — The Gainesville Truth Squad

We’ve received a submission from a contributor about the emergence of Mac Haddow and Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland’s initial character assassination campaigns. The submission was apparently spurred by the contortions the two have engaged in over the years to try to deny any involvement with or knowledge of the smear blog, the Sheriff of Nottingham.

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Haddow-Candland Cabal Snakes Stewart

We got a glimpse of what a Pete Candland controlled Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) looks like on March 15 when the Mac Haddow/Pete Candland cabal snaked the absent BOCS Chairman Corey Stewart.   Snake [sneyk] Verb: To stab someone in the back by telling them you’re going to do one thing and then doing

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