Daughter of ex-Wolfeboro official who uttered 'n-word' defends her father
The daughter of the Wolfeboro police official who resigned Sunday amid a nationwide furor after calling President Obama a racial slur defended her 82-year-old father as a "passionate" but "curmudgeonly" man whose private remarks shouldn't be used to paint him as a bigot.
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Since: Dec 11
#1 May 30, 2014
It was not a private remark. This attorney was, loudly, shooting off his big mouth in a public place.
#2 May 30, 2014
It was a private conversation. Granted he should not have been speaking of the topic inpulic but the nosy busy body new to town should have approached him and let him know it was wrong instead of bringing the wrath down upon Wolfeboro.. Other more important events have taken place and have never gone nationwide. Racism will always exist as long as the media beats the dead horse, resurrects it, and beats it again. Get a grip people.
#3 Jun 30, 2014
i knew mike petelis he was a good guy and afriend to meithink heis an ok person everybody has problems
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