Regarding the Thursday article, “Outside lawyer to look at Reardon aide’s complaint”: As a former high school teacher, I was very fortunate to have Jason Cummings as a student. He did excellent work in all his classes and was know school wide for his character and compassion for others. He was the best all-around student that I had in my career (OK, there are a few others who tied with him). You could trust Jason’s word. And his actions always portrayed a maturity and concern for others that far exceeded those of the average high school student.
I wanted to let your readers know that about him because I continue to see Reardon and his bunch of scofflaws trying to discredit the county’s chief civil deputy prosecutor in the newspaper. If you believe the adage that a person is known by the company he keeps — and, since we already know that Aaron is a liar — Hulten and Haakenson cannot be trusted and anything they say should be regarded as suspect and self-serving. . I am pleased, but not surprised that, although the three stooges want to fight this in the press, Jason Cummings is above such an activity. The county and its citizens are lucky to have Jason Cummings standing up for them.