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DEAR EDITOR:
It appears that Gilroy’s liberal giant of the editorial page,
Dennis Taylor, has become the rival of Sherlock Holms when it comes
to solving the case of The Mysterious Nameless Thug
– the person or persons who has threatened supporters of a ban
on fireworks in Gilroy.
DEAR EDITOR:

It appears that Gilroy’s liberal giant of the editorial page, Dennis Taylor, has become the rival of Sherlock Holms when it comes to solving the case of The Mysterious Nameless Thug – the person or persons who has threatened supporters of a ban on fireworks in Gilroy.

And good ol’ Dennis didn’t even need Dr. Watson to help him solve the case. Mr. Taylor arrives at his solution (column dated 8/20) based upon the evidence that he’s gathered from the scene of the crime, specifically the perpetrator is: “vulgar, angry, [and] demented.”

Given that evidence, Dennis arrives at his conclusion from his fully objective, non-biased liberal background: “… one of the right-wing rednecks …”

Of course, he has no room to consider that the “suspect” might possibly be a left-wing radical who just happens to like the idea that there is a parallel between setting-off fireworks and setting-off other devices larger than fireworks. By-the-way Dennis, as I recall, “vulgar, angry, [and] demented” could also apply to those folks who are more concerned about saving trees and whales than saving the lives of innocent children yet to be born.

James Fennell, Gilroy

Submitted Thursday, Aug. 21 to [email protected]

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