"I don't know where this monkey business is coming from, but it's not me," said Darrell White, who reported the incident to Westfield police Friday. "Somebody is trying to hurt the White family even more than it has been hurt before, and I really resent it."
The posts appeared on Darrell White's Facebook page and in a comment thread on an Indianapolis Star story in response to Rosenberg's ruling that Charlie White should lose his job because he was registered to vote in a precinct where he didn't live while he was campaigning for the office in 2010 . . .
The posts on Darrell White's Facebook page made derogatory comments about Rosenberg's faith.
Parts of the posts were written in German.
One said Rosenberg is "chicken manure of the world."
"I'm personally calling you out on Facebook," the posts continued. "Stand up and be heard . . . or are you the cry baby I thought you were . . . you make me want to puke."
The posts also made several references to Rosenberg's daughter, who works in the Netherlands.
Rosenberg said Friday that he doesn't plan to read the comments, and he had no idea why the posts mentioned his daughter.
"It doesn't serve the public for me to get involved in these sorts of irrelevant comments," he said. "Whether somebody loves me or hates me is not relevant to the case."
The posts on Darrell White's Facebook page also called Parker, the Democratic chairman, "the ultimate loser" and accused him of using others to take down his enemies.