Kristy Medo letter of support

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March 21st, 2020

Greetings to all concerned:

I am presenting this letter as a means to convey the kindness and respect that I have always received from Ed Fallon. In the five years I have known Ed, I have been in countless personal, professional and recreational settings both with others and alone. Ed has housed me while on work assignments, traveled with me to various events for a variety of causes. I can attest to the fact that not once did he ever carried an air of intent to offer anything other than that of a respectable male. We live in a world where much is left open to interpretation along the lines of body language, looks or gazes, greetings, hand shakes, a palm on the back to allow a lady to enter a room or door first, a hand on the shoulder to say good job etc. We also do not want to offend anyone by not offering these simple gestures. What is one to do? Especially, a male. I would not want to be a male this day and age. Good intent is easily misconstrued. I would, however be glad to be in the safe company of Ed Fallon, who has always had the utmost respect for me and any woman I have seen him in the presence of.

Ed has never issued any suggestive glances, commentary or physicality to myself or anyone I have seen him with outside kind, courteous affection toward his partner. Even when I’ve known him as a single man, he has been nothing short of respectful.

I have a very keen eye and sense of people as my job as a massage therapist requires me to be highly sensitive to the unspoken nature and intent of human beings. Ed Fallon has never abused his social position among women in my presence, not even a comment in our private conversations about our interactions with others even in our personal lives and friendships.

Ed Fallon is a good man.

Furthermore, I certify under penalty of perjury and pursuant to the laws of the state of Iowa that the preceding is true and correct.

Kristy Medo