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An Open Letter to Suzanne Harris

Oh, dear Suzie,

Hasn't this been fun?

Reflecting on how we've all ended up here, I can't help but acknowledge the role you've played in my life.

Believe it or not, I speak highly of you more often than you might imagine.

You, my dear, are my muse, my inspiration.

I owe you and Alan more than words can express.However, let's not mince words.

What you and Alan do is, well, terrible.

But I must admit, it's a level of manipulation and deceit that's almost impressive in its audacity.

Bribing politicians, rigging public comments, intimidation tactics – you've certainly mastered the art of being total fucking greedy assholes.

But alas, the jig is up.

The truth always finds its way to the surface. And while you two may have covered your tracks well enough to evade legal consequences, this open letter serves as a warning to anyone foolish enough to associate with you.

Stay away if you value your freedom.Yes, you may survive this debacle relatively unscathed, perhaps even profiting off my endeavors, for which you claim inspiration.

But let it be known to the world – your story needs to be told.

People need to hear the truth about the havoc you've wreaked.

And yet, in a twisted sort of way, I find you both fascinating characters.

Your colorful personalities could have been put to much better use, had you chosen a path of righteousness.

Instead, you chose to squander your talents on petty schemes to sue the county.

So here's to you, Suzanne.

Here's to the hope that justice catches up with you, though I must admit, it may not.

And if you ever tire of your current pursuits, consider channeling your energy into something more productive – like speeches, writing, or even a YouTube channel.

Just don't forget to pull your head out of Alan's ass long enough to see the opportunity before you.

When all is said and done, your story will make for great copy.

But until then, let's see where this wild ride takes us.

Warm regards,

John Walton

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