Constable Parr victimized

By Kelli Clark | Published Saturday, March 25, 2017

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Just to clarify, Doug Parr was released on a personal recognizance bond. For those of you who don’t know him or who have already found him guilty, just remember, you are not judge and jury.

Doug answers to only one person and that is his Lord and Savior.

There have been criminals with multiple felony convictions that have gotten less attention than the vendetta the Messenger has waged against my brother.

Doug is a good, Christian man who made the mistake of angering the wrong person in Wise County. He will finally get the chance to prove his innocence, but I am sure that only a small portion of it will be printed, just like his defense of himself got two sentences printed.

Kelli Clark

Editor’s note: The Messenger interviewed Doug Parr for 45 minutes prior to publishing the Aug. 27, 2016, article, “Unserved,” detailing questions about his work habits and related expenses. Parr could not recall the mileage of his county vehicle during the interview but said he would look it up and get that number to the Messenger the next day. He did not do so. Instead, he emailed the Messenger a statement further defending himself, from which multiple quotes were used.

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