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Look up 856-277-2024 and you'll be in for real eye-opener

To The Daily Sun,

Please consider this warning about a prevalent computer hacking scheme that continues to flourish. My encounter happened (recently) when I was using Yahoo to look at some eBay items. Out of nowhere, my PC opened a very official looking window right on top of my work. It notified me that I had a serious problem with possible security implications. It looked like a legitimate window from Microsoft and to immediately call 866-277-2024 for their assistance in protecting me from potential spyware. I am sure that they would ask for access to the PC to assist me.

Being fully aware of a recent similar hack of a local business, I immediately tried to close this window. I was unable to cancel this window or do any normal operations. I was able to use ctrl/alt/delete to sign out and start over. Operation seemed to be back to normal, but I ran a full system scan anyway. No problems were found, and no further contact was received from this unknown source.

Being a curious sort, I keyed in the phone number and saw many warnings about this number plus other similar phone numbers to avoid at all costs. Look it up for a real eye-opener.

These schemes take other forms, too. You might actually receive a phone call using a similar theme by offering assistance thru access to your PC. I am passing this along in hopes that it may save someone a serious problem.

Donald Lockwood

Laconia

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Jerry stood up for what he believed in & now he is in jail

To The Daily Sun,

Bob Meade's column on March 22 was quite important to us as citizens. It clearly demonstrated how the federal government as overreached its authority. I know it is passé these days to quote the Constitution because to do that you are implying it is a document we should listen to.

For instance it says in Section 8 that Congress has the authority "...over such district (not exceeding ten miles square) " and to "...to exercise like authority over all places purchased by the consent of the legislature of the state in which the same shall be, for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dock-yards, and other needful buildings;.." How you can equate this to the 85 percent of the land owned in Nevada, 70 percent of Alaska, and 57 percent of Utah. Forget the parks and other areas. This was done as an inducement for statehood, but was never envisioned by our Founding Fathers.

This is the dilemma the ranchers on this land have faced and the dilemma Jerry Delemus found himself in 2014. Alongside the Bundys, they stood against the federal government. A government that took his cattle, killed his bulls, and separated nursing calves from their mothers. A BLM doing the bidding of Harry Reid to feather his family's nest. Jerry stood with them to provide security for the Bundys from BLM snipers and in the end, backing the BLM down ... at least until recently.

Late last year, Jerry went to Oregon to try to negotiate a peace in the stand off with BLM. He notified the local FBI and attempted to negotiate a settlement, but the FBI wanted nothing to do with it. Sometime after he came home, the FBI killed LaVoy Finicum under questionable circumstances. I believe the Justice Department, at the direction of the White House, then ordered a crackdown and arrest of 77 patriots associated to the Bundy standoff. I believe they were going to let the Bundy ranch confrontation of 2014 go and hope they could force the Bundys off their land other ways, but their killing in Oregon were likely to cause armed confrontation so they attempted to stop it by locking up the leaders.

My wife and I have known Jerry for a number of years. He is a Marine and a deeply religious man. He stood up for what he believed and now is in jail. Our federal government is fearful of men like Jerry. They should be fearful of people like you and me. We must do our part. Jerry is the sole provider for his wife, Sue, and her mother. If you want to donate to his defense go to www.patriotjerry.com. But the most important thing you can do is pray for Jerry.

Dave Testerman
Franklin

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