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Doing business with MAOS.
I am not an idiot and this isn’t my first rodeo.
Re-read step #1.
As a reporter who values his sources, I will never divulge your name, cite you in my writing, or throw you under the bus.
If you are trying to spin me, try harder.
Recognize that I know you’re trying to spin me.
This irritates the fuck out of me. Do you really think I am that stupid?
Don’t waste your time digging up my skeletons. Just google me, it’s all out there.
Leave my fucking family, and especially my dog, out of the mix.
I am not the person my writing leads you to believe.
I’ve sent corrupted elected officials to jail. That was not by accident.
Folks with power listen to what I have to say and so should you.
I don’t drink and I don’t drug. At times, my writing seems to indicate otherwise.
I am rarely seen in public, I don’t take meetings, so don’t ask for one.
That’s enough for now.
Chaz Stevens, Editor of MyActsOfSedition.com (MAOS), is South Florida’s premier political corruption fighting activist who counts among his many triumphs the indictment of three elected officials.
Stevens, a tech-savvy public records expert and well-known blogger, is the face of the new media and a modern-day gadfly– electronically empowered, fighting the power structure with bits and bytes.
Individual winner of the New Times 2010 Activist of the Year award, member of the prestigious Florida First Amendment Foundation Citizen Brigade, Chaz has appeared on the Sunday front pages, featured in countless articles, and guest on radio and TV.
The words expressed here do not reflect those of Chaz's employers, including the New Times (Village Voice Media), nor any of his clients (past or present).