In response to my post yesterday about Bloody Friday, Kim Ogg spokesperson Wayne Dolcefino took issue with me insinuating that the Ogg Administration had alerted the media that the mass firings were taking place at noon on Friday.
He responded with a lengthy comment that clearly missed the conciliatory elements of my post and labeled the insinuation of the Ogg team alerting the media as a "Cheap Shot."
As it turns out, he was telling the truth.
Although not denying that the firings by e-mail had been announced with 24 hours notice, and that they were done without face-to-face interaction, the Ogg Administration did not, in fact, notify the media.
I mean, they did totally give them 24 hours to figure out what was going to happen, but that's just semantics.
Local media picked up on some Facebook chatter from different people at the CJC (including me) and figured out what was going on. That's why they posted.
So, Dolcefino was telling the truth when he stated that they weren't the actual ones who called the media.
As to whether or not it was a "cheap shot" by me, I'll let y'all decide that for yourselves.