Me thinks good ole boy Kirby protesteth too much, in "legal land" ....but why?<quoted text>
I think Mr Kirby said it best at the meeting the other night. He stated that there are one of two things happening. 1.) there is a special interest group with this board that we all arent privy to. If this is the case and this group has such compelling evidence, where are they? What do they have to say? And why arent they here to share this? Or is it that they dont have to be here because they have all the time in the world later to talk to you about their particular gripes. In legal land, thats hearsay, and ex perte communication and no judge is allowed to make a decision if that exists. Secondly, if you arent listening to someone privately, then you are conducting your own investigation and that makes you both prosecutor and judge and thats not fair either.
He doesn't appear sharp enough to know the difference between the Court room and the Board room? Or, which Springboro "board" is under scrutiny?
Mr. Kirby was offered "equal time" as a Springboro resident to address his concerns to our elected officials; Why did he appear to be "interrogating" and then "judging" board members? That was creepy!