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Toppenish Mayor's Wife Yells at Tribal Members

It seems like we struck a nerve with our report on crime in Toppenish, which showed the mayor saying, "The Indians don't pay taxes, which "Oxandrolone Powder India" affects our revenue to fight the crime."

Your emails poured into KIMA's newsroom, and on Wednesday the controversy erupted into an all out shouting match in downtown Toppenish.

KIMA's Maria Medina went to Toppenish to talk to members of the Yakama Nation who were a upset about Mayor Testosterone Enanthate Cycle Length Bill Rogers' comments. Buy Cheap Jintropin Online Through calls and emails, many tribal members described Rogers' comments as racist. Rogers is the same mayor who called KIMA "yellow journalists."

On Wednesday tribal members pointed out all the money they contribute to the "Oxandrolone Powder India" local economy through Testosterone Enanthate All Year businesses like Legends Casino.

"It has been reported to me that two percent of the annual revenue is donated to the city of Toppenish," said tribal member Linda Pratt. "So the city of Toppenish is benefiting financially from the Yakama Nation they are not losing out."

The interview with Pratt was interrupted by Mayor Bill Rogers' wife, who saw the interview going on in downtown Toppenish.

Instead of agreeing to sit down for an interview, Rogers' wife decided it was a better idea to stand in the middle of downtown Toppenish and argue with tribal members and Medina for 10 minutes.

There is an unedited two minute clip available of Rogers' wife's tirade on 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron our web site.

Her yelling lasted for about 10 minutes, and she isn't the only one Winstrol W Tabletkach Cykl fired up about KIMA's stories since they first aired on Sunday.

One or two viewers disagree with the reports, but the majority say KIMA's doing the right thing and asked us to keep it up.

Here's a look at some of the emails viewers like you sent us.

The past president of the Toppenish Chamber of Commerce, Kathy Miller, wrote: "We don't live in fear and I work many times at night in my downtown Toppenish office. Frankly, the only thing missing from your newscast was to have all your staff line up and give a big raspberry to the camera."

A Toppenish resident said: "Keep doing the good work about covering Toppenish crime. We are all getting very tired of the crime. Keep on the city mayor and work on our police chief. The gang problems are getting worse, and yes many people are scared to go into Toppenish in the evening."

And yet another resident had this to say: "Thanks for the great coverage on the City of Toppenish story. If the citizens had the choice I think we would all agree to re evaluate each city employee and department. Maybe a little reorganization is what Toppenish needs. Wake up Mayor and stop your whining!"

And it seems the mayor may have something to worry about. KIMA did what his wife asked me to do, and talked to business owners. One of them, who didn't want to go "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" on camera, told KIMA that because of the crime and other problems in Toppenish he's moving his business to another city.