Labyrinth: Thomas and French Tumblr

Significance: This Tumblr contains allusions to the “Count of Monte Cristo” and links to sites with content about Aaron Reardon and his aide, Kevin Hulten.

Key details: The quote at the upper right comes from the Count of Monte Cristo in the Alexandre Dumas’ novel of the same name. The “People I follow” box links to Tumblrs that focus on Reardon’s 2011 political campaign (County Confidential), his investigation by the Washington State Patrol (Clowns at Midnight) and Hulten’s 2012 vacation to France (Mid March in Paris).

Thomas and French Tumblr (Text)

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