I have been a friend of Councilperson Ashley Hicks for over six years. She has worked hard to clean up the City of Roseburg. She posted many videos of homeless camps down by the river that are like garbage dumps. She organized clean-up crews. She told me OCCUPY made threats. She runs a business. She has seen the threats of Alley Valkyrie I sent her, and the threatening behavior of my neighbors. She has written on her facebook that she believes me.
Last night she said she and the Mayor got a threat that she reported to the FBI. She sent me some text. Ashley knows I called the FBI on Valkyrie&Friends, and on Haffner&Friends. Both women made FALSE REPORTS that I was a stalker and sexual predator.
Above is a photo of my neighbor, Cheryl Walton who is a sexual predator who has been stalking me. She has a giant crush on me and touches me every time she got near me. On the left you see Cheryl’s caregiver who had taken a fifteen minute cigarettes’ break in her car when Cheryl FAKED being in dire distress. She came pounding on my door, and collapsed while shouting over and over:
The 911 operator asked me to GET AWAY from Cheryl so she could hear me. Kim Haffner comes out of her appartment, and here come the caregiver. Haffner later told me the caregiver told her she was in her car. Haffner claims she worked on the Johnson Unit as a nurse of some rank. She was not happy to learn the caregiver was not on the job. I asked Haffner to call Cheryl after hearing loud banging. She did. I heard Cheryl’s phone ringing. She did not pick up. Three minutes later, she was at my door telling rescue people how much she loves me and she does not want to do this to me. She kicked at one rescue person who fell on the steps. They took her to the Johnson Unit.
This happened over two years ago. It is hard to believe that any huan being, or any woman, would be so diabolical as to TELL LIES and SPREAD RUMORS in order to see me dragged off the the Johnson Unit – too – as some kind of payback for what I did to this poor deranged lunatic – who later shows up at my door wearing her pajamas. Cheyrl wants to come in and make monthly calendar of when it would be GOOD FOR ME to have her come in and sweep up the rubble that falls on my balcony from her balcony. This is not what I agreed to – with the caregiver – who offered to come clean up after her client. This woman no longer attends to Cheryl – who knelt down before me as I sat on my walker, put a piece of paper on my leg, and started to write. I was shocked because this lunatic agreed she would not engage in improper touching. The caregiver reminds her this is not appropriate.
My new neighbors told me she does not want to take sides in the battle to get Kim Haffner from sexually abusing me. She thought we were gong to be a couple and have sex. The whole world is in EXTREME CRISIS because no one is telling the truth, because it is getting hard to know what the truth is. College kids knowing they had the coronavirus threw a party. Did they put a sign on the door WARNING their friends? NO!
FOUR POLICE DEPARTMENTS in parts of Oregon ravaged by wildfires — propelled by high winds across parched land during hot, dry weather in a changing climate — are pleading with the public to stop calling 911 to pass on unfounded rumors that antifascist political activists have intentionally set the blazes.
The false claims have been spread on social networks by supporters of President Donald Trump, who has spent months pretending that antifascists in the Pacific Northwest dedicated to confronting white supremacists are members of an imaginary army of domestic terrorists called Antifa.
Primed by that fear-mongering, the president’s supporters have fallen hard for internet hoaxes falsely claiming that antifascist arsonists have been caught in the act.
“Rumors spread just like wildfire and now our 9-1-1 dispatchers and professional staff are being overrun with requests for information and inquiries on an UNTRUE rumor that 6 Antifa members have been arrested for setting fires,” the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in Roseburg, Oregon wrote on Facebook on Thursday. “THIS IS NOT TRUE! Unfortunately, people are spreading this rumor and it is causing problems.”
One prominent Trump supporter who spread the false information about arrests in Douglas County and has refused to retract it is Paul Romero, who finished second in the Oregon Republican primary for the U.S. Senate in May, with more than 100,000 votes.
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The Eugene news this morning is begging people to stop with the rumors, said local law enforcement is so congested dispelling rumors of antifa and Proud Boy nonsense on social media that they’re having trouble doing their jobs.