Saturday, February 23, 2013

Eric Brewer launches online newspaper

Former East Cleveland mayor Eric Brewer has just announced the debut of his online newspaper, The Cleveland Challenger.

Brewer, who is both editor and publisher, said in an email circulated today, that the first issue carries an assortment of fifteen pieces, including articles dealing with the Cleveland police chase that resulted in the homicides of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams last November; alleged bias on the part of Cleveland Heights officials in targeting a nightclub that catered to black patrons in the tony Cedar-Fairmount area; and assorted other pieces. 

An initial perusal of the paper's website left the impression that almost all of the stories contain reports or allegations of wrongdoing by the high and mighty, including Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald, the Cleveland Clinic, and the Mandel Jewish Community Center.

The Challenger carries with it a price of $10 for a monthly subscription. Weekly updates are promised.
Brewer served one term as East Cleveland mayor from 2006-2009. He was soundly defeated in his re-election bid. 


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