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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Collier files lawsuit against Bentley, Mason and ALEA leader

By Mary Sell Montgomery Bureau | 0 comments
MONTGOMERY — Former Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Secretary Spencer Collier on Tuesday filed a lawsuit claiming he was wrongly fired last month because he defied Gov. Robert Bentley.
Collier filed a nine-count civil lawsuit against Bentley; Bentley’s former top aide, Rebekah Mason; and the man Bentley picked to replace Collier, Stan Stabler, in Montgomery County Circuit Court.

Here we go again.  He said, you said, he said. Really! Can you trust anyone that Governor Bentley appoints?  One of the first things on Sheriff Ana Franklin's agenda was to get to know the leadership in Montgomery.  Birds of a feather flock together.

Enough is enough.  It is time for the citizens of Alabama to take back our communities.  There are some folks who should never be placed in positions of power.  Why would a sheriff or other law enforcement officer knowingly charge a person with something they did not do?  We are not bleeding hearts for those who commit crimes whether it be law enforcement or citizens.

It is a damn shame when people are placed in positions of trust and they violate that trust.  It is a shame when an inmate happens to have knowledge of a violation of the law by a person in a position of trust, yet the inmate ends up in prison instead and the person in the trusted position continues to wreak havoc.  We have heard this story by a credible person time after time.  The person who shared this information is troubled daily by his/her conscious of a very serious potentially wrong doing against the law enforcement office they honor and serve. 


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