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Anonymous letter blames Wet forces for vandalism

Received at 9:43amCT.

Anonymous writes:
It's a sad shame that someone would take the time to go around onto other people's property and paint on these vote no signs. If I am not mistaken that is trespassing. Nothing will be done about this because I believe the one in charge will see that nobody is charged with vandalism(action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public or private property) because they want the county to become wet but I can guarantee that if someone went around painting no on all the yes signs they would be punished. Well guess what the no voters paid for their signs just like the yes voters. We all have our rights and I can promise that if I catch someone on my property then I will have them arrested. Are they so worried that the Christian people are going to stand on their beliefs and keep the county from becoming wet that they think going around being childish is going to help? The only progress this is causing in Adair county is conflict. I am not going to go around begging people to vote no because that is their own decision but it's sad that its all come down to this. - Anonymous
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