Letters to the Editor

The Ugly Truth

Re: "Most Censored Stories" by Gabriel Roth, John F. Sugg, Eric Snider and Andrea Brunais

Thanks again for your work in spreading the news. We cannot forget: Truth can be ugly. What really scares me is this is probably the tip of the iceberg!

Patrick Ederle

St Petersburg


Mr. Sugg's informative article about the hidden agenda that swirls around us, the taxpaying stooges of St. Petersburg, is the most complete and thorough, that I have read in over 20 years of trying to figure out just what is going on in this city behind closed doors. I only hope that this story could get out to all of the people who voted in the last election and that the Weekly Planet will not relent on this issue until there is some sort of reply from either the Times, or our newly elected mayor.

Guy Nash

St. Petersburg



Elian Gonzalez was taken into custody by relatives of his father after being rescued off the coast of Florida in 1999. A recent article in the Weekly Planet said he was taken into custody by relatives of his mother.

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