As the following time-line and opinion (see links following this blog) reflect, the PNJ is simply wrong.
Poor reporting and conclusion-based reasoning in their editorials are hardly signs of professional journalism. The Long Hollow Communications Tower was never a story until they decided to create one. We have major serious issues in this community that need covering and the PNJ editorial staff needs to admit that, on this one, they simply got it all wrong.
People understand Outzen and the other bloggers write baseless accusations to benefit creditors, advertisers and to get attention, but the PNJ has historically responded to a higher calling. It is not now.