Attorney Dean Henry says he's not making a fuss.
"I'm not complaining, Matt,” he told me in a recent email.
Really? It sure feels that way.
Here's some recent commentary directed at the Register, and me, from Henry, who represents Sandusky County Coroner John Wukie, the man who believes suicide can be accidental.
“You have to stop making things up, Matt.”
“Did you sleep through Ethics class in Journalism?”
“You're a blowhard.”
“You conjured it from thin air.”
“You screwed up again.”
“You're an amateur, Matt.”
“My characterization of you as a poor editor and writer who doesn’t really give a damn about the truth is right on target.”
“You're just making things up.”
“(Reporter) Emil Whitis made that up.”
“You could easily prove me wrong, Matt.”
"Absolute bullshit. Are you making this up, as well?"
"You’re lying and you’re busted lying."
“You’re just going to have to suck it up and be a man.”
I've attempted to address each of his concerns, but try as I might, I don't seem to be getting through to him.