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An Unanswered Letter to Maryland Tourism Council

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

April 19, 2010

Maryland Tourism Council
1205 Stonewood Court
Annapolis, MD 21409

Dear MD Tourism Council,

I have this friend, Jann, that lives in Baltimore and we’d love to go see her. She’s promised to give us a tour of cool places if we do, like where the “Ace of Cakes” cakes are made, and I’d love to see where “Homicide: Life on the Street” and “The Wire” were shot and eat a yummy crab cake or two, but after seeing the video of John J. McKenna getting beat by Maryland cops I’m afraid to even watch “Ace of Cakes” let alone actually visit your state!

How am I to know that something like this wouldn’t happen to me? I’m honestly in a quandary at this point. It’s not like you can offer tourists police protection. 1. You don’t have enough cops. 2. The cops are the ones people need protecting from!

My suggestion is that you fire the whole lot of them. Each and every one. As long as there is even one cop on the street people will not feel safe! This sounds ludicrous, right? So obviously I am not serious, but something needs done. As it stands now I’d feel like I’d need a bodyguard and a film crew to even consider visiting Baltimore.

I can’t countenance being beaten by gun and club-toting cowards, so I guess until the guilty are in jail I’ll not be visiting. Just drop me a note when you’ve got this mess cleaned up.

until then, I am going to encourage my friend to move to Iowa!


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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