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December 2, 2022

Orland Park Library, Kiddie-Porn & Retaliation Against Whistleblowers –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On November 14, 2014

ORLAND PARK –

From “Rebel Pundit“:

A suburban Chicago mother and political writer faced retaliation when she discovered the cover-up of sex crimes at her local public library.

On October 3, 2013, Megan Fox was in the Orland Park Public Library (OPPL) in suburban Chicago when she spotted a man watching pornography on one of the library’s computers. Fox was even more stunned when an employee named Renata Neupauer told her, “we get a lot of that here.”

The next morning she filed a formal complaint with the library’s director, Mary Weimar, and filed a series of Freedom of Information Act requests asking for documentation on previous similar incidents.

The results of the FOIAs shocked her; the OPPL didn’t merely have a porn problem but a persistent problem with sex crimes dating back more than a decade including a series of stalking incidents, two incidents of men touching themselves, two incidents of men actually masturbating, and an incident from March 2011 of an individual accessing children’s pornography.

The library downplayed her concerns. On October 7, 2014, board member Diane Jennings emailed Weimar.

“That’s why we have an adult section- so no ‘perverts’ will be viewing their filth in the children’s section.” Jennings said to Weimar. “As for danger from pedophiles, perhaps department stores should stop displaying ladies’ undergarments for fear it might arouse a passing pedophile into grabbing another child.”

Rather than having her complaint receive its proper attention, Fox told RebelPundit, she was retaliated against including a systematic campaign of police harassment, media manipulation, and cyber bullying.

On October 8, 2013, Weimar contacted the Orland Park Police Chief, Tim McCarthy, and in an email she suggested that Fox needed to be investigated because of her appearance in a YouTube video from 2011 at a Tea Party rally supporting the 2nd amendment.

“This is the Smith and Wesson that bothers my employee.” Weimar wrote to McCarthy in the email and sent along a link to the YouTube video.

From there, Fox documented on YouTube a series of incidents in which Orland Park Police Department employees attempted to harass and even arrest her.

On November 4, 2013, Mary Weimar and Bridget Bittman, the…continue reading…

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5 Comments
  • Dave
    Posted at 16:42h, 14 November

    Fascism in America!

  • Mitch
    Posted at 17:12h, 28 November

    How much will Meg and Kevin wind up paying for defamation?

    • jmkraft
      Posted at 20:33h, 28 November

      Nothing. They will be found not guilty or the complaint will be dropped.

  • Bahl Sanchin
    Posted at 12:44h, 03 December

    Can’t wait till this dingbat gets bankrupted

    • jmkraft
      Posted at 12:54h, 03 December

      Yes, the dingbat that will get bankrupted is Bittman, for frivolous lawsuits.
      Thanks for your support.

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