Friday’s Meadville Tribune featured a front page article regarding the FCC’s battle with Darrell Sivik and his pirate radio station called “Braveheart Radio” located at 88.3 FM. This is the second time since 1998 the FCC has told Darrell to shut down the illegal station, which has a coverage area of 20 miles from its broadcast location on Williamson road in West Mead Township. Darrell has vowed that the station is legal and will fight the FCC in court in order to keep the anti government based programming on the air (complete with commercials in the non commercial band from 88.1 – 91.9). Darrell was recently released from federal prison after his property was raided in March of 2004 by the agency of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms for various firearms violations. He could now either face fines or more prison time if the station is not shut down. He welcomes the FCC to stop by and check out the station.