We ran a story on a political group buying loads of ads. That political group decided to take its money elsewhere

9NEWS (Denver): I worked on a story that prompted a mysterious group with little more than a PO Box in Alabama to its name to immediately stop spending $100,000 a week with my employer.

That’s $108,675 the week of Aug. 1, 2019, to be precise — at least that’s what the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) records I’ve reviewed tell me.

And here’s the crazy thing: I still have a job.

Two months after reporter Marshall Zelinger and I worked on a story questioning who was funding “Doctor Patient Unity,” my desk at KUSA-TV remains mine.  I find that fact pretty darn cool for a variety of reasons.

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