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Fear. Loathing and Gonzo-19 journalism coverage of the ongoing legal battle with the Lion of Judah Rastafari Church’s leader Jesse Schworck

UW-W BLOGS GONZO-19 PANDEMIC REPORT—On December 15, 2020, Jesse Schwork’s Lion of Judah Rastafari Church’s injunction against the City of Madison was filed with the United States District Court Western Division of Wisconsin. Today, we are assembling a lobby press at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater detailing Schwork’s ongoing legal battle after his facility was raided and shut down.

The following information is a notice declaring the Jaded Patriot Press of Outpost 422 as a reporting canvass task force. The UW-W Gonzo-19 blog coverage details Schwork’s process of dismissing all pending charges and his vantage point being falsely incriminated.

This is a notice to the press. The blog is a part of the Outpost 422 registered trademark, which declares the Lion of Judah Rastafari Church public affairs issue a moral dilemma.

The coverage archives the progress of abuse of process by arresting and evicting authorities who are under examination for acting beyond their scope.

We are covering the future interviews and requesting open records for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater UW Madison archive.

The Jaded Patriot Press, our b-roll, open records and virtual newsgathering service, is our press room for the publishing of future news coverage blogs.

Fear and loathing is the subject. The blogs cover Schworck’s vantage point defending the religious use of Cannabis by The Lion of Judah Rastafari Church, and the distribution of sacrament at the Warhawk campus is coming before the alders of Whitewater for public comment.

The blog offers introspect and retrospective feature writing about non-essential workers who experience backlash for being labelled by cultish behavior.

Whether we are shut down by the university, or the publication of future blogs falls on prior restraint from the University of Wisconsin administration, either way the blog will revert between the Jaded Patriot Press Facebook page and the UW-W blogs news reporting source.

The Lion of Judah is coming to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where the backpack journalism pressroom of the Jaded Patriot Press is headquartered.

Please leave a comment or email our mobile canvass pressroom at: BurtBJ@uww.edu for tips and ledes.

Bradley J. Burt serves the Dane County community as an American Legion Dane County Service Officer. Burt assists those in crisis with his multimedia reporter service as a blogger to distribute virtual information at his Social Media Writing final project called "Outpost 422." Burt returned as a Wisconsin State Certified Journey worker after finding out he could receive 39 credits for his journey worker certificate. The Technical Studies Journey Worker Associate's Degree helped him transfer to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where he received a waiver. The waiver allowed him to pursue the field of journalism bypassing general education requirements. In 2014, Burt uncovered information about the Wisconsin G.I. Bill as a Veterans Committee Chairperson. Burt joined the American Legion to investigate benefits further. After being elected to Service Officer in 2015, Burt began noticing college benefit opportunities in Wisconsin. In 2017, Burt left his job due to physical limitations from his military service-connected injuries. ​ The Wisconsin G.I. Bill became his life preserver. Burt returned to school to survive unemployability while waiting in appeal for VA benefit denial. Being a Service Officer taught him how to find resources to survive appeal. After interviewing Sgt. Gary Brynjulfson from "The Reflections of Vietnam" and reading Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried," Burt decided to develop a therapeutic writing style to help him cope with anxiety. Outpost 422 developed and journalism became his pursuit. ​ Burt works as an American Legion Service Officer who is surviving by going back to school and writing about his college experience. Burt's portfolio is his passion to pay forward to the next struggling veteran to offer avenues of hope to encourage veterans to try going back to school no matter where they are in life.

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