Early this morning, Foreclosurepedia, acting upon information from a Confidential Source, submitted a North Carolina Open Records Act request. We submitted this request to Tina Cardwell, Rockingham County Board of Elections, in accordance with North Carolina Public Records Law, G.S. §132-1c. This is a portion of the document filed, electronically, at 0341EST,
Pursuant to the state open records act, we request access to and copies of Rockingham County, District Attorney, Prosecutorial District 17A, Craig Blitzer’s 2014 Campaign Finance Records. We respectfully request, in addition, any and all records within your jurisdiction which identify MICKEY DALE SNOW as a contributor to the Blitzer Campaign; the date(s) and amount(s) of contributions; and the breakdown of donations up through the time when the Campaign ceased to exist.
The main problem with attempting to roll out even a portion of the Mickey Dale Snow article, as it stands now, is that as we continue to drill down and interview yet more Sources, we find yet more connections. As always, we will release what we can in a manner which are are comfortable defending against.
Fact of the matter is that I never have been one for coincidences. What we know for sure is that a lot of the moving parts are all interconnected. Sam Page, Sheriff of Rockingham County, lived in close proximity to Mickey Dale Snow. Sam Page publicly supported Craig Blitzer, Rockingham County Prosecuting Attorney and we have reason to request the Campaign Finance Records of Blitzer. We leave, filling in the blanks up to the reader. 😉