« After partying on Mille Lacs Co attorney's property, 17-year-old goes to ER with BA of .21 | Main | Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude tells City Pages that she "had no knowledge of any of these events occurring on my property" »

Jun 05, 2013

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Mike Worcester

Editor's note: Mike needs to read both posts as well as the newspaper articles on which they're based. Yes, they were on her property, their cars were parked at her house, yes, she has a daughter....but go ahead and try to confuse my readers that the facts aren't known. Indeed, your act of turning known facts into questions makes us wonder: Why are you obscuring the facts? Why are you implying these facts weren't reported? What stake do you have in making it seem like this was a sneaky kid party?

I feel a little confused. They were on her property? Did they have permission? Does she have any kids that age who would have hosted this get-together? If not, then were they trespassing?

I suppose more will come out as the investigation continues, but that was my first reaction.

Anything else would be speculation.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Payment options

My Other Accounts

Delicious Digg Facebook Flickr FriendFeed Google Plus Other... Twitter Twitter YouTube

Important Information

  • All of the statements, opinions, and views expressed on this site by Sally Jo Sorensen are solely her own, save when she attributes them to other sources.

    The opinions, statements, and views of contributing writers are their own.

    Sorensen, editor and proprietor of Bluestem Prairie, serves clients in the business and nonprofit sectors. While progressive in outlook, she does not caucus with any political party.

StatCounter

  • StatCounter

Become a Fan

Bluestem Tweets

    follow me on Twitter
    Blog powered by Typepad