Presley shows true colours

Unfortunately, Murray Presley has shown his “true colours” by verbally bashing Larry Jangula.

Dear editor,

Unfortunately, Murray Presley has shown his “true colours” by verbally bashing Larry Jangula.

But he was right about one thing — Larry was led to believe (by Murray) that he was his friend.

Anyone who follows municipal politics knows that Larry is more than a team player, he is a loyal team player — his word means everything. Sadly, this is something Murray would obviously know very little about.

Perhaps it would have been more prudent to retire with some dignity instead of trying to do damage to Larry, who has proven himself to be a candidate of the highest integrity. Larry’s only mistake was to trust Mr. Presley.

How will the Courtenay voters see “Presley’s Ploy?” Not very classy!

Denise Buckley,


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