| By Greg Fisher
TO: Rene Sanchez, editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune, n64216
CC: Editorial board, Minneapolis Star Tribune (7 people)
DATE: Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 11:17 AM
SUBJECT: The Scourge of The Anonymous
I am with the media, am on a deadline (it is today) and I am writing about you and your organization again. See this message and your response (or lack thereof as I have learned is a common modus operandi) at creditscoring.com/interaction/2016/10/05-minneapolis.html [this page].
Your website falsely states, "In the veto aftermath, House Majority Leader Paul Ryan has said he hopes 'we can fix it so that our service members do not have legal problems overseas while still protecting the rights of the 9/11 victims.'" #falsity
Editorial Board. (2016, October 3, 5:57 PM). http://www.startribune.com/veto-override-on-terrorism-bill-shows-congress-at-its-worst/395739971/. Minneapolis Star Tribune. Retrieved October 5, 2016, from http://www.startribune.com/veto-override-on-terrorism-bill-shows-congress-at-its-worst/395739971/
You figure it out. A civics lesson for your city. What is the name of the person who wrote that sentence? #TheScourgeOfTheAnonymous
Reply to this message today unless you have something better to do than acknowledging your error of the history of the world. #1610T
No phone calls.
And, another thing: Employers do not use credit scores. I looked into it. Here is a real lulu of yours: "Insurance companies, mortgage lenders, housing rental agencies, and potential employers now use credit scores routinely.The score in this offer is from Experian VantageScore, which range from 300 to 850." #1608ac
Hokey Smoke! Three screw-ups in two sentences!
Correct your errors today. I demand it. But nevermind me and the Minnesota electorate; history demands it. Truth demands it.
You lose, Mr. Sanchez. Stop publishing false information.
Follow the activity of Item #1610T using that hashtag.