Stoner, Colorado "mayor" claims harassment over plans to turn town into marijuana mecca
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On the topic of all those vandalism and burglary reports, Spruell confirms that McDonald has called many times, occasionally with bizarre stories -- like "dead bodies on the property and in the walls." (McDonald says some bones turned up by one of the buildings and in a batch of cement after one of the vandalism sprees.) However, subsequent investigations suggested that, in Spruell's words, McDonald had been "reporting untruths" -- an assertion that the mayor rejects, too.
Whatever the case, McDonald is free at this writing, and he's determined not to be run off.
"These guys aren't going to push me out of there," he says. "They have no clue who they're messing with. I'm ten feet tall and bulletproof." After a laugh, he revises this boast: "Okay, I'm five-five and dodge well. But I'm a fighter, and I haven't done anything wrong. And I'm not going anywhere."
He hopes Stoner will be open for business in the spring of 2013. If you're interested in investing, contact McDonald through his Facebook page.
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