Saturday, October 20, 2007

Republican Leader Blames Grapski, Canney

In a telephone conversation early Saturday morning, Stafford Jones, Executive Director of the Alachua County Republican Committee alleged that Charles Grapski (alleged leader of the Alachua Leadership Alliance) and Michael Canney had hacked into his Party's website and released case-sensitive information about its members. This information included private residential addresses and exposes members of the Republican Party to potential danger, according to Executive Director Jones.

Grapski, a self-proclaimed registered Republican, has made numerous threats according to Jones, of storming into Party meetings and attempting to piece together a fictitious relationship between Jones & Alachua City Manager Clovis Watson. Meanwhile, Republican brass claim they have IP#'s that they can pin to Grapski & Canney and that lawsuit and/or criminal charges on this case may be imminent, as early as Monday morning.


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