We, as an electorate, have no access to the information necessary to resolve the truth. All we know now, is what is printed here and in the media. Therefore, this report is of no service to the electorate unless it is backed up with proof of such a serious claim.
Stick to the facts. Find the child. Do the blood test. Berry says he knows the whereabouts of the child and will protect him/her. This is the ONLY way to prove her claim and Vitter's claim. Period. Otherwise, it is all speculation.
This is simple. Find the child. Do the blood test. The ONLY way to prove her claim. Berry says he know the child's whereabouts and will protect him/her. So, prove it. Vitter should publicly ask for such proof. If the child doesn't exist....?
This makes me crazy and puzzles me. My understanding is when rights have been granted and licensing fees have been paid, they can NOT pull the rights, even if there IS a tour. "Grandfathered in." I think Le Petit could definitely fight this. At least to make a statement. What does this mean for future shows? After all, the cast and creative team was in place and suddenly??? The Board should look carefully at the contract issued, paid for and fight. This should not have happened. What a shame for all those who auditioned and showed up for the first rehearsal. As well, many in the cast passed on other shows in order to do Joseph. Get that contract out and examine the fine print, please. Even if the theatre has managed to replace Joseph with another show, it should protect the rights of the theatre and question the company issuing the rights!
Not enough revenue being generated through PRINT ad sales, huh? LIE.
Censoring comments. DISGUSTING!
Free press. A JOKE (to them)!
In their reprehensible arrogance, the Newhouse group has made the greatest cutback of all: THE TRUTH, and our CHOICE to have our news delivered BOTH WAYS!
Pathetic! THIS DID NOT HAVE TO HAPPEN THIS WAY!
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