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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Morgan County sheriff attending Sessions confirmation hearing Jan 11, 2017

Blogger Comments:  We are very proud of one of our own Senator Jeff Session.  It is an honor for Alabama to be involved at such a large scale with the President Elect Donald Trump's team.  This is the first time in history an Alabama Senator will be the U.S. Attorney General.  We are certain that if Jeff Session knew for one minute that Sheriff Ana Franklin, the most corrupt sheriff in Alabama's history sat behind him during his hearing, he would be embarrassed for our beloved state. The Decatur Daily also mentioned a Republican from Mobile, Alabama being at the confirmation hearings.  That would be Franklin's boyfriend Charley Mcnichol.  They believe by rubbing elbows with the elite that Franklin will be granted immunity for felony corruption charges.

As for the Decatur Daily they are sitting on bank checks written for $150,000.00 and $10,000.00 dollars that they refuse to report on.  The checks prove that Franklin took the money out of the inmate food funds made out to Ana Franklin.  The checks track straight back to the food funds yet Decatur Daily will not report on Franklin's illegal activities.  The third check Franklin wrote was to the Priceville Partners, LLC which was written after the two Inmate Food Fund checks cleared.  The use of inmate food funds violates Federal Decrees that stipulate that Morgan County Sheriff's cannot use the food funds for anything other than inmate foods.

Recently we spoke to a lady who was interviewed by Larry Berzett.  The lady claims that during her employment interview that she asked how much money is held in the inmate food funds.  The lady said Berzett told her that it was sheriff's funds and why does she care anyway because they are just inmates.  Guess Berzett does not consider inmates as being human.





Morgan County Sheriff Ana Franklin has been in Washington, D.C., this week attending the confirmation hearing for U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, who has been nominated to become the nation’s next attorney general.
Franklin said the National Sheriffs’ Association asked that she and Jefferson County Sheriff Mike Hale attend the hearings for Sessions, a Republican from Mobile. She said the national group paid for the trip.
Sessions testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee for 10 hours Tuesday. The hearing continues today.
keith.clines@decaturdaily.com or 256-340-2438. Twitter @DD_KeithClines.

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