Make Sense not wars. This message is for Springville City Utah
A letter that I wrote to the Springville City Council and Mayor:
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Dear City Council,
I grew up in Mapleton and Springville. I went to school at Mapleton Elementary, and continued on through to Jr. High when my family moved temporarily.
I finished High School in Spokane WA. Later I returned to Springville after having our first child, and I opened up a small technical support business on Main St.
I operated Tech Pro Now / TP Networks @ 1190 North Main St. #6 for about a year, and before that on 521 North Main Street for more than a year, and before that out of my home in Mapleton for several years.
I have been employed by leading Software companies in Utah and Washington. I am a self taught computer programmer. I am most certainly not a drug addict or a bum.
However, I was treated very badly on June 12th 2010 by Springville’s police department. My message was ending prohibition. I also had a sign that displayed the scripture Genesis 1:29.
But I was not violent, there were no victims, no complainants, and no crime. However I was arrested, my arms and wrists were hurt very badly from the way your officer Flores treated me. My very expensive camera was broken, and all over me holding a sign that said “legalize it”.
So I have put a response to the recent video that has been displayed at Springville.org on YouTube.
I would appreciate if you would review it.
This is my video response on YouTube.
Thanks for your time,
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