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2012: Mission Accomplished

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Crunching the numbers last year, this blog had over 25,000 unique visitors in 2012. 

The busiest day of the year was April 26th with 241 views. 

This site had visitors from 98 countries in 2012, most from the US with the UK and Canada not far behind. Buckingham Palace, the Royal Saudis, and the Vatican read this blog, as well as over 250 US law firms, lawmakers in Austin and Washington DC; and law enforcement agencies throughout the State, including multiple daily hits from our biggest fan, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department. 

2013:

Your friendly neighborhood blog will be ending this March and will remain online for research updates and commentary in perpetuity. Thanks to contributors, whistle blowers  and regular visitors. A dedication to the gentleman who inspired the creation of  “the Official Site on Corruption” 15 years ago will be made in the coming weeks. An effort to clean house in Cherokee County, Texas was proposed in the mid 1990’s.  However, the county’s planned nepotism is still intact. The incidence of corruption in the area will also continue into perpetuity as long as the local taxpayer allows it. Missing women, a gunned down DPS trooper, a constable making a meth lab, money stolen out of City Hall, murder for hire; and property destruction for insurance payoffs are the result.

The good people there still have a lot of work to do.

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Written by Cherokee County, Texas

01/05/2013 at 5:00 PM

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