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DID WE REALLY SEE THESE? YES. And you can trust this because Ealville Chickens don't lie.
Observed: Chicken Enforcement Officer Matthew VanHeusen in the office of Judge William Faulkner about 15 minutes before court opened one of the nights Earlville Chickens was to be heard. Could they have been discussing the case? Of course they could have, and it is always assumed that when there is a meeting in secret like this, that it is giving an appearance of wrongdoing. And because of past actions and records, what else can anyone think? We saw this and you can believe it because Earlville Chickens don't lie!
Observed: Four people leaving the conference room across the hall from Village of Earlville courtroom on one of the nights just after the case of Earlville Chickens was heard. Oops! you were caught! Guess you forgot to look out the window to see if we all walked far away before you left the room - together - while we were still inside the building at the foot of the stairs! Sounds like an illegal meeting, seeing that there was a trustee along with the mayor, and village cluck, and chicken enforcement officer, all together. Could they have been talking Village business outside of a public meeting? Of course they could have, and it is always assumed that when there is a meeting in secret like this, that it is giving an appearance of wrongdoing. We saw Earlville mayor Toni Campbell, Earlville trustee Mark Doeberl, Earlville clerk Christian Vischi, and Codes Enforcement Officer Matthew VanHeusen, all together. Team Chicken! We saw this and you can believe it because Earlville Chickens don't lie!