Politics Turns Ugly in Pasadena as Left-Wing Radicals Allegedly Vandalize Elderly Woman's Home

Jun 19, 2010, 14:48 ET from John Colbert For Congress

PASADENA, Calif., June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- John Colbert, Candidate for the U.S. Congress (Pasadena), reported that political thugs allegedly vandalized an 88-year-old woman's home early Friday morning. Vandals allegedly stole the woman's "John Colbert for Congress" sign from her yard and glued it to her garage using a thick yellow foam that destroys paint. Neighbors tried to clean the glue, but it couldn't be removed without destroying the paint.

"This type of behavior is not accepted by the good people in this district," said John Colbert. "This lady is a registered Democrat who is unhappy with Adam Schiff's voting record. Now she is the victim of a crime. My message to Adam Schiff is that he needs to tell his supporters this sort of skullduggery is unacceptable and will not be tolerated," added Colbert.

John Colbert and his campaign team will be coordinating a volunteer effort to help fix the damage to her home — and encourages Adam Schiff to aid in the effort. If anyone is looking to join volunteer efforts please contact the campaign at 626.683.8099 or send an email to AndrewBarnett@Colbert2010.com.

John has dedicated his life to serving his country and improving the quality of life for Americans through his work, initiatives, technology and expertise. He served honorably in the United States Army and received a meritorious service award in recognition of his achievements. As a hard-charging investigator with the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, his top arrest record and awards promoted him to work complex white-collar crimes and helped him establish one of the world's first computer forensic crime labs. As a high-tech businessman, John led a Pasadena-based company that specialized in putting the world's worst criminals behind bars, including well-known terrorists, child sexual criminals, corporate espionage and hacking attacks.

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