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In a very interesting development, it was reported today that alleged sexual predator Vaughn “Hotdog” Hartung had joined the Hillary Schieve lawsuit.

This lawsuit alleges that a local private investigator broke the law by tracking Schieve and Hartung.

The only problem with that is in Nevada, it’s legal for private investigators to do it. Essentially, this case appears to be one in which corrupt public officials are trying to pass laws to ensure they can never be investigated.

That’s a terrifying thought, right?

What I find incredibly interesting is what will come out in court and how the local press is carrying water for these people. Not once have I heard the local propaganda papers ask, “So what are they being investigated for?” And since it’s not illegal, why file a frivolous lawsuit?

We all know the local media is beyond compromised, so don’t hold your breath they’ll ask these questions or do any real investigative reporting.

So what will happen?

First, if the judge is constitutional and simply follows the law, this case will never go to court as no laws were broken.

Second, if it does, I can’t wait to see the discovery against Vaughn Hotdog Hartung. I personally have spoken with several women who say Hotdog sexually assaulted them. I hope they get their justice. I also hope all the women he allegedly assaulted come forward as well.

Stay tuned. This is going to show the entire world if corrupt politicians are now unable to be investigated, if private investigation is now a dead occupation, and, of course, if this goes to court, what Schieve and Hotdog were being investigated for.

Stay tuned.



“Corruption is the enemy of development, and of good governance. It must be got rid of. Both the government and the people at large must come together to achieve this national objective.”
Pratibha Patil

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