I'm not sure I understand why that might be considered sensitive information. Anyone who gets issued a check from that account has that information. The important thing for security is the signature that authorizes the check, or who gets access to the checkbook or the online passwords. I guess someone could wash one and rewrite it, but not from those images.
There was way too much undeniable truth being put out for the voters to see and I hope everyone was paying attention.
The assertions of frantic phone calls, out-of-control-women texts (those especially amuse me--yep, we're everywhere, on all sides), heated discussions that were overheard from township officials about anonymous postings that should be stopped??
And now, the successful obstruction of our free speech and freedom of the press by pressuring the ladies of this wonderful community discussion forum to remove not just the questionable images, but the whole discussion?
It's only slander if it isn't true. Just what have we allowed and supported this group of lifelong politicians to become???
They convince me further of the desperation that these people feel to hold on to their power (and build their pensions) at any cost to their professionalism, ethics, or to the taxpayers..
There was nothing WRONG in any of the information put out here. What was wrong was where that money came from, where it went, and who authorized it.
Don't kill the messenger, or the whistle-blower. Perhaps we should thank the mole who once recognized right from wrong.