On quietly bringing county, state and federal officials up to speed.

by: Katherine Watt

I’ve been fielding more emails and comments asking how to help and how to donate to legal funds to support the kinds of criminal cases I write about.

I’m still working on the fundraising piece. It needs to be set up to be somewhat under-the-radar but still publicly accessible, and that’s a hard balance to strike.

On the public education piece, the general public is far out in front of the public officials — most of whom don’t understand the massive criminal enterprise in which they’ve become entangled.

The gap between the two groups is widening as the public gallops on ahead.

More ordinary people understand the big picture of what’s happening, and more people are getting more angry about it, while so many prosecutors, lawmakers, judges, governors and sheriffs are just starting to catch on.

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