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Tim Neville may wish that his mere claim that a story is false is sufficient to demonstrate that a story is in fact false. That is not the case.
The digital trail of dramatic racist writings is there for sleuths to uncover. The ugly white-power posts will be trickling out for days.
Greeley police Thursday served controversial local school board member Brett Reese with a restraining order. Officers were acting on a request filed by Greeley radio station KFKA owner and General Manager Justin Sasso, who said Reese made a phone call to the station threatening a "shoot out." Reese told media outlets this week that he would carry his .45 caliber pistol with him even to school board meetings to defend himself against would-be attackers. He said he has received threats since news broke that he was airing a white-nationalist anti-Martin Luther King Jr message at his own "Pirate" radio station in Greeley. Reese reportedly threatened Sasso with the "shoot out" after KFKA began wooing Reese's Pirate radio advertisers.
Brett Reese, a school board member in Greeley-Evans district six, said from now on he's wearing his pistol to board meetings. He said he's receiving death threats in response to the white-nationalist anti-Martin Luther King Jr. message he has been broadcasting in his day job as a disc jockey at Greeley's 104.7 "The Pirate" radio station.
The U.S. Attorney for Colorado, Troy Eid, will talk to the press at 4 p.m. Tuesday about the arrest Sunday of four suspects in a plot to shoot Barack Obama during his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.