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Third Place: Mike Stark, Greg Tuttle and Becky Shay, The Billings Gazette
A spokeswoman for the company, Becky Shay, indicated the project remained on track.
She said a job fair for prospective jail employees still will be held during the week of Oct. 12. Shay said she was unaware of the move by Allied Defense Systems. As for Mafi, she said she hadn't spoken with him directly but was told he felt there was a conflict of interest. Shay, who quit her job with the Billings Gazette to work for Hilton, said she remained confident in American Police Force. "No." Hilton, who returned to California after spending several days in Hardin, intends to return for the job fair, Shay said. American Police Force attorney Maziar Mafi referred questions to company spokeswoman Becky Shay. When asked about court records detailing Hilton's past, Shay replied, "The documents speak for themselves. If anyone has found public documents, the documents are what they are. Shay declined comment on Hilton's military experience.
The US Report - The US Report - American Police Force Corp. drawing questions, inspiring theories in Montana
APFC hired Becky Shay, a reporter for the Billings Gazette who covered events surrounding the jail since its construction.
Shay said she intended to bring new transparency to the process, but declined to directly answer the first question posed to her: Where is American Police Force getting the money to operate the jail and build the training center? "I know enough about where the money is coming from to be confident signing on with them," Shay told reporters.
"APF has been here for 10 months but it has never been stealth," said APF spokesperson Becky Shay at a press conference on Saturday morning.
During the press conference APF also refused to release any information on its funding or organization "The decision is the name of the parent company will not be released," said Shay. "Why not put an APF logo on it," said Shay. "You know we're getting there. All of the decals were removed from the vehicles two days later. APF has consistently stated the community has nothing to fear and says its plans will help stimulate the Hardin economy. "This corporation's intention is to buy local and stay local and do local business as much as we can," said Shay. Residents appear split in their feelings over the company. Some want more information, but others believe it will be a tremendous boost to the area. The company plans to hold a job fair in Hardin the third week of October. Another development this weekend was the naming of Shay as APF's new public relations director. Shay was a reporter with the Billings Gazette who had covered the detention facility story for last few years." TO: American Police Force ATTENTION: Becky Shay American Police Force 406 N. Cheyenne Ave. Hardin. MT 59034 Becky Shay, in her own article, states that APPF WILL BE THE HARDIN POLICE DEPARTMENT !!!
To rationalize such blatant racism, he explained to Billings Gazette reporter Becky Shay, "We have love for our people and love for our race.
Becky Shay of the Billings Gazette, "Billings Group Wants to Change Image of White Supremacists," www.missoulian.com/news/state-and-regional/article_a7da6126-6463-5cd3-8d08-414696de2913.html