School community battles imaginary-grenade backlash as Peter Boyles alleges a coverup
Peter Boyles interviews Mandie Watkins and Fox31's Julie Hayden on two KHOW.com podcasts:
Liberty Watch video:
Text accompanying clip questioning Liberty Watch's video:
Liberty Watch has posted an "edited" video recording of the Mary Blair Elementary School playgrounds saying that there are very little if any rocks found around the areas. I recorded an "unedited and nonstop" recording from the rear parking lot and through the Mary Blair playgrounds showing that there are tons of rocks all over the place including in the sand areas. Yes, I know that kids do not play in the parking lot area shown in the video. My intention is to show nonstop, unedited video, so you can have the full aspect of the areas around and near the playgrounds...including in the playground areas. I show you that I did not cheat in my video and only show you certain areas. I go from the parking lot, through the first playground and I end in the sand of the first playground.Continue for our previous coverage, including photos and video.
I have nothing against Liberty Watch looking out for the little people and I also feel badly for the Mom in this report for having a lot of her past smeared all over the News. What I don't like is that the video that Liberty Watch has put out to the Public is not a correct viewing or true account of the school grounds. I was at the school for about 5 minutes and wanted to show a real view of the areas. I have another video that I will post that also shows thousands of rocks that lead right up to the back doors of classrooms at the sidewalks. I am not saying that this child "was" throwing rocks. I just want people on "both sides" to tell the truth and the Liberty Watch video is not the truth.