It's Time To Set The Record Straight
In August of 2017, Dave Reilly, an award winning radio personality, Rotarian, Eagle Scout, and media producer, was slandered, libeled and attacked by radical activists and political organizations with the help of establishment media outlets in Northeast Pennsylvania. This smear campaign was based on the false premise that Dave Reilly is a "racist, bigoted, Nazi" because he filmed the now infamous "Unite The Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Ever since Dave began his radio show, he had established himself as a valuable citizen in the Town of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, working and volunteering with various non-profit organizations for the betterment of the community, and especially with his work on exposing the drug crisis in his award winning series "Coming Clean: The Drug Crisis" heard on WHLM Radio.
Despite all the good Dave has done in the community, because he held Conservative views, he was targeted and smeared by various Leftists and organizations that pressured, harassed and threatened local businesses in an effort to "shut down" and "resist" Conservatives and supporters of President Donald Trump.
Because of the pressure, threats, harassment and lies directed at him and his family, he has been forced out of his career, forced to move all the way to Kansas to find a job, and forced to remain silent. But now, Dave is breaking his silence.
On Tuesday, March 13th, 2018, Dave filed a lawsuit against the individuals, organizations, and media outlets that sought to ruin him with defamatory accusations.
You can download this explosive lawsuit by clicking the button below, and see in detail exactly who the culprits of this slander campaign were, and how the Left and the Media worked together to stage protesters, amplify their defamatory claims, and attempt to ruin a local family owned business.
- Defamation by Implication
- Invasion of Privacy - False Light
Plaintiff David Reilly demands judgement in his favor and against the defendants, in an amount in excess of $50,000 for each charge.
WNEP - Channel 16 News
- Suzanne Goldklang
- Andy Palumbo
- Andy Mehalshick
- Kelly Choate
Columbia County Democratic Party
- Dwayne Heisler
- Vince DeMelfi
- Jill Carlson
- Chris DeFrain
- Forrest Bennett
United Way of Columbia and Montour Counties
- Adrienne Mael
- Oren Helbock
- Nate Wheeler
- Keith Lawrence Hayman III
- Brian Bernadini