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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Behind the Story: Jim Stewart's Website and Dr. Alex Kalk

Posted By on Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 9:00 AM

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Alex, 

You hurt my feelings. I told you a long time ago, don't you ever try and do me the way you did James Dawson. I protected you as you know, I warned you about John Tiller, everything I said was true and to help protect you. read about Tiller on the Criminal page, read the story links. 

you left a trail of broken people behind you, I was there for you whenever you called, what did you do you left, me to clean up your mess, and you left me devastated. You had an opportunity to clean this up some. when I tried to call you you would not answer the phone, then you sent the phone back to me with no name or return address, not even a letter with the phone. You could have put a letter in with it saying screw you, but I got the message.

Now your family is lying on me, I only met them one time. they have a great deal to lose, especially Samara she works for the madison Capital Times Newspaper, I suspect she may be trying to use her position a the paper to help you, but if she is , she will end up unemployed. I still care what happens to you, but I wont sit back and be a victim, there are to many things to clean up, you left me no choice if you wont try and help these patients then I have to. I started out to get your attention. But that's not possible, you think you are smarter and superior to everyone. your not. investigations might be slow, but they are on going, it looks much worse trying to pretend everything is alright, I am telling you it is not. I can always get more money. what upsets me is that you planned everything. acting crazy, having humberto tell me you was in a mental institution, when your out having fun with your brother. what is Jim doing? he is trying to clean up some of your mess. you don't even appreciate that. You know if I really wanted you in jail you would be in jail.

Next: The strange advertisements Kalk purchased to run in RFT.

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