Letter: Light the darkness at the TNRD


Secrecy regarding wrongdoing can be as dangerous as the misconduct itself.

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Without investigative reporting, the public/taxpayer would have no idea of the exorbitant spending undertaken by former TNRD CAO Sukh Gill.

Still, the TNRD refuses to give us (the taxpayer) the reason for Gill’s departure.

I can’t imagine a world without responsible reporting.

To quote the Washington Post: “Democracy dies in darkness.”

Marleen Dudas


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