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IL Attorney General Opens Investigation into Orland Park Public Library

Censoring public comment is frowned upon by the Constitution. Criminal charges possible.

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Megan Fox

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February 18, 2014 - 10:00 am
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(This ongoing investigation into open pornography including child porn access at Orland Park Public Library and the lengths an out-of-control board will go to to keep it goes back to October of 2013. To read more about it, please see the following link: Child Porn Accessed At Orland Park Public Library, Staff Doesn’t Believe Witnesses)

After the Orland Park Public Library Board meeting on January 20th where they made up arbitrary and extemporaneous rules to silence public comment, I complained to the Attorney General for sanctions against the library for violating state law. This was the response I received in short order.

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I hope these board members are exposed for the perverts they are. Some old fashioned tar and feathering is in order.
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Oh, and maybe you can get a Muslim family to join you, saying they cannot use the library because of the filth going on there. That usually seems to get things done.

I also wonder if any of the perverts have a criminal background such that they're not supposed to be in places children are likely to be, or use the internet.
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Great job, Ms. Fox!!!! This just shows the rest of America that you CAN fight back and make a difference. Thank you, young lady!!
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I wish I had something more to offer than, "Yes!", but I do not so I will offer that.
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Are you also filing a complaint against this Board for illegally holding a meeting on 2/12/14 (which was a legal holiday in Illinois, Abraham Lincoln's Birthday). I read the Open Meetings Act in Illinois, and it specifically says a Board cannot call a special meeting on a legal holiday. So they broke the law by doing that, and they broke it again by not publicizing the meeting in a conspicuous place on their website, Facebook, events calendar, Twitter, etc. They just break the law left and right.
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Yes, just waiting for them to open that investigation next.
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Good work Megan!
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I hope these board members are exposed for the perverts they are. Some old fashioned tar and feathering is in order.
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Good for you.
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Excellent.
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