Actions of the Naperville city council have caught the attention of Watchdog groups, not only in Illinois but also elsewhere. Over the last several months a group called Illinois Leaks, commonly referred to as Edgar County Watchdogs, has been observing and monitoring Naperville city officials and their dealings with residents, along with business matters in general, and they have determined that there is need for great concern. Additional information will surface in the coming months.
This should come as no surprise to anyone, other than city officials. Members of the Naperville city council along with city manager Doug Krieger have made some serious mistakes in judgment and actions, which were brought to light by the national media, including residents being arrested for protecting their homes, families, and constitutional rights.
Watch and listen to Illinois Leaks co-founder, Kirk Allen as he speaks to the council during the Public Forum portion of the city council meeting and among other comments asks council members three questions:
- Do you agree that your oath of office is meaningless if you don’t uphold it?
- Do you agree that our laws are for the purpose of limiting government power?
- Do you agree that when laws are broken, corrective action must be taken?
Mr. Allen mentioned that public trust in government is at an all-time low. This is exemplified with the following two Illinois Leaks article links:
It’s been said that 90% of a person’s or group’s problems are self-inflicted. Naperville city officials are proving that to be true.