I've just received another letter from the mayor of Pale Forest, Jack Huntley. Despite his probabl desire otherwise, I have decided to post it here again.
Jonas,I'm fairly certain this latest letter is in response to me accusing of him of being behind the tattooed man. It's also interesting to note how his attitude has changed since his first letter. Huntley is far less "fatherly" this time around, assuming a greater degree of authority instead. It might just be talk, but I'm of the opinion he's simply beginning to show his true colors. Regardless, he's probably going to be angry I posted this even though he should have expected me to do so. I also think it's reasonable to assume he plans to be more active in trying to shut me down from now on. I'm not sure how he intends to police the Internet, though.
I'm disappointed to see you're keeping the blog up and running. I had hoped getting the trespassing charges against you dropped would have proven I'm on your side. It was a pretty huge favor, right? Oh well. No good deed goes unpunished, as they say.
I must INSIST at this point that you stop your wild accusations, though. Seriously, Jonas, are you really using your time to write about magic paths in the forest and imaginary people following you? Please understand this: NO ONE is out to get you. We're just tired of the constant, negative attention your blog is causing us and the town of Pale Forest. We're a private group, you're right about that, but that doesn't make us bad.
I'm not one for making threats, Jonas, even though my office obviously gives me more than enough clout to stop all of this. However, I still think you're capable of making the right decision and I'd like to see that happen without me stepping in. Please don't disappoint me.
If, however, you stick with all this foolishness, please know that I won't be pulling you out of the fire any more. Make wise decisions, Jonas. I know you can.
Here's to what is hopefully our last discussion on this,
I need to be more careful about my trips into town I guess. Huntley will no doubt be looking for an excuse to cause me trouble.
Until next time...