Jonathan Motl’s Mistakes Used To Justify Derogatory Decision.
MISSOULA –-(Ammoland.com)- Montana’s primer advocate for gun owners has demanded answers to critical questions from the political appointee currently enforcing campaign laws in Montana.
Gary Marbut, president of the Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA) sent a letter : http://progunleaders.org/Roberts_v_MSSA2/ Friday to Jonathan Motl, the controversial Commissioner of Political Practices (COPP), asking how the Commissioner could justify using wrong facts in a Decision derogatory to Montana Shooting Sports Association ( MSSA ).
Marbut says that Motl’s handling of a Complaint about MSSA showed bias and impropriety from the beginning because Motl chose to not publish Marbut’s April 14th Response to the Complaint in the public space of the COPP Website, although Motl did choose to publish both the Complaint and his Decision there.
“This one-sided use of public funds makes the Commissioner’s effort look like a dedicated attempt to smear MSSA and me,” Marbut said. About Motl’s publication of the Complaint but non-publication of Marbut’s Response, Marbut’s letter asks, “Am I being treated fairly?”
In his August 16th 2016 Decision, http://politicalpractices.mt.gov/content/2recentdecisions/RobertsVMSSADecision
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