Everyone who's read my blog for a while should please go and check out Diana Vice's excellent piece on Gerard Beloin. Diana Vice is from Indiana, and she had a similar experience to Gerard Beloin. There's only one difference. When Vice discovered similar corruption in the bidding process on school roofs, the government recognized it, changed laws, and Vice was recognized for it. Meanwhile, Gerard Beloin has been threatened, harassed, and even jailed. His fight continues. He lives and works in New Hampshire and no local media will pick up his story. That's happening even though Beloin has a massive collection of recordings of power players and friends of politicians speaking of criminality on tape.
Here's his latest recording.
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