Victory
Petitioning writer Joe Sonka and 2 others

LEO Weekly's Joe Sonka: Redact libelous claim that Progress Kentucky lied about anything.

When I was with Progress Kentucky, we made mistakes. We asked a volunteer to handle our twitter account without training that volunteer on messaging. Our apology wasn't perfect, and it came late, but we didn't lie. 

But Joe Sonka libelously represented that Progress Kentucky was "lying about who made the tweets," in this February 27, 2013 hit piece, headlined as an obituary: 

http://fatlip.leoweekly.com/2013/02/27/r-i-p-progress-kentucky-dec-2012-feb-2013/

Progress Kentucky made mistakes and they were followed by apologies. That's all I'm asking of LEO Weekly.

(I am no longer affiliated with Progress Kentucky and this petition is not authorized by them. This is all me.)

Letter to
writer Joe Sonka
editor Sarah Kelly
publisher David Brennan
Redact libelous representation that Progress Kentucky lied about anything.

Progress Kentucky made mistakes, and their first apology, which came late, was not perfect, but they did not lie.

There was no "lying about who made the tweets," as Joe Sonka libelously represented in this February 27, 2013 hit piece:
http://fatlip.leoweekly.com/2013/02/27/r-i-p-progress-kentucky-dec-2012-feb-2013/

Progress Kentucky made mistakes and they were followed by corrections and apologies. I stand with Curtis Morrison in demanding LEO Weekly redact the libelous representation and publish an apology to Progress Kentucky.