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Monday, June 23, 2014

Questions about Brown remain

Letter to the Editor

As summer is approaching and the campaign season is heating up, I can’t help but be suspicious about Scott Brown’s recently broken affiliation with Global Digital Solutions Inc., especially as the company’s staged and falsified contract with Airtronic garners more and more misgiving.

Although Brown recently resigned from said company, his affiliation in general shows questionable character. Resignation does not alleviate fault in GDSI’s false contract with the arms company, as the $95 million deal was revealed by the CEO of Airtronic USA Inc. to be fabricated. GDSI cited a supposed contract with the company to sell grenade launchers, stating that the company was “thrilled” to do business. As it was revealed that this information was a work of fiction, it is clear that GDSI and all of its affiliates, including Brown, have lied to New Hampshire and the rest of the nation. The bad judgment shown in his decisions to do business with this shady company, paired with his lack of transparency, leaves Brown with a lot of unanswered questions and unsavory associations. ...

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As summer is approaching and the campaign season is heating up, I can’t help but be suspicious about Scott Brown’s recently broken affiliation with Global Digital Solutions Inc., especially as the company’s staged and falsified contract with Airtronic garners more and more misgiving.

Although Brown recently resigned from said company, his affiliation in general shows questionable character. Resignation does not alleviate fault in GDSI’s false contract with the arms company, as the $95 million deal was revealed by the CEO of Airtronic USA Inc. to be fabricated. GDSI cited a supposed contract with the company to sell grenade launchers, stating that the company was “thrilled” to do business. As it was revealed that this information was a work of fiction, it is clear that GDSI and all of its affiliates, including Brown, have lied to New Hampshire and the rest of the nation. The bad judgment shown in his decisions to do business with this shady company, paired with his lack of transparency, leaves Brown with a lot of unanswered questions and unsavory associations.

How can we trust Brown to represent New Hampshire when we can’t trust the company he represents?

Susan Rourke

Nashua