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Cape goes equal-opportunity with its metal detector scans

October 29, 2013

The city of Cape Coral expanded its metal detection scans Monday to everyone entering council chambers, including elected officials....

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November

Oct-29-13 2:45 PM

What a Deal Council! This City is nuts! Leetz had his home broken into and his dogs almost poisened. Geez the political foes are out for blood again! Get a life! Yes this article will have people moving here in droves...thanks Unionizers!

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Lolita

Oct-30-13 10:24 AM

Correction:

Leetz reported he "thought someone attempted to break in, not that the home was broken into He reported a lock that appeared to be broken". His dogs were almost poisoned is akin to I was almost hit crossing the street. Leetz needed to get some camera time and this is how he did with the statement, he knows how to provoke and then get away with it. But...he says he was only kidding. Yeah right.

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Raydunavant

Oct-30-13 11:26 AM

November,

Where did you get this information. It was certainly not in the article.

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Lolita

Oct-30-13 3:03 PM

Watch the rerun of the debate for Dist. 4. He said it. There was a "report" of a "possible break in" but no actual report was made. There was "mention" of his dogs possibly being poisoned, no report that they actually were. Hopefully he would have reported that. Terrible. animals did nothing to anyone.

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