Wsbtv Atlanta News and Linda Stauffer are wrong! / DO THE RIGHT THING!
Dear WSBtv Atlanta News,
In November 2009 Redshield Entertainment LLC and the reputation of its CEO Louis Gibson was attacked. Usually a fair reporting news channel, WSBtv Atlanta News after being contacted by former sales rep and manager Mathew McCloy, who claimed he had not been paid during the holiday season for working there, moved forward with the story without cross-verifying factual documentation. Gnawing relentlessly on Redshield's ankles, Linda Stauffer reported this story of 3 screaming angry sales representatives? not being paid for work one of which being Matt's roommate, in front of Redshield's newly established place of business in Alpharetta, GA.
Following the negative media coverage, the license for Redshield to sell Clearwire mobile Internet, at the time its sole source of current revenue was revoked; dark tales were recounted about Redshield Entertainment and CEO Louis Gibson on the Internet; not to mention that he learned shortly thereafter that at the same time the same sales rep petitioned for the cessation of Redshield Entertainment and the Media coverage thereof, he also campaigned for the commencement of license to sell Clear Internet for his newly formed company, Mad Phoenix Technologies, prior to Redshield's and Clearwire's dissolution and using the identical practices, methods, teachings and even staff of Redshield.
Was it just good old competition? I guess except retired disabled marine Louis Gibson who currently sits in a wheelchair and has been diagnosed with PTSD as well as a host of other issues after serving now feels these additional scars, and a little over 1 year now feels he has just gotten the shaft. 1 year later, neither of the 2 companies is still in business selling Clear Internet and the same reps who demanded payment after 30 days of working for Redshield found out that there new CEO couldn't pay that quickly either because Clearwire's contractual agreement with all resellers pays out in a 60 day pay cycle. Not to mention that the news coverage allowed the prowess of the adversary to sway the public opinion of some in its favor. Let me explain.
Reading of Redshield and its woes, viewing limited information online anyone could quickly pass judgment. As computers become increasingly more sophisticated so do in some cases Internet stone throwing anonymous sinners, some without even any direct knowledge of the matter in discussion. Often many readers are noncommittal on subject matter, without additional sources of obtaining what they consider factual information, like a news source. The news report however gave the prowess of influencing the public opinion of some to the adversary, increasing Mr. Gibson's woes to fighting in those cases, public opinion on this matter as well, a challenge he has self-described as at times like America's war in Iraq.
The worse revelation to come was forthcoming just a little over last week. In the intricate details of this story, Louis was arrested on December 18, 2010 on false charges also birthed from this fiasco. The same sales rep, Matt who began selling under his new company name, after this news story aired went to the police department speaking of his allegations, the news video and its airing. He also had filed a police report of the grievance and its further related details. The police without further investigating issued a warrant for Louis Gibson's arrest. The charge was based on a check forged by another former staff member and the nonpayment of reps citing the news report as one of its references. Upon exiting the jail on bail almost 2 weeks later and after spending now his 6th Christmas away from those he loves; 5 being, 1 for each year while having served in the US armed forces and the 6th one birthed out of the events mentioned here, Louis Gibson now asks is there justice in America? Will WSBtv Atlanta news and Linda Stauffer even report a retraction? The attack on his small business must give Louis cold sweats at night and you would think that for a veteran striving to adapt back to civilian life after handling the casualties of war would have been enough... Please respond I would like to hear your thoughts.
Redshield America News Network (RANN)