Blogger Comments: INSURANCE PROVIDER CLAIMS 'IMMUNITY'-- NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR FRANKLIN'S CONDUCT
Of course, the insurance provider doesn't want to pay for Franklin's wrongdoing in the Lockhart case. Franklin, Barney Lovelace, Bones Wilson, and Blake Robinson met with their informant at approximately one o'clock in the afternoon in mid September of 2016, in the sheriffs private office to detail, plan, and conspire what documents, data, emails, video, and pictures they needed to enable them to later get a legal warrant to search for evidence. The group of law enforcement officers, sheriff, and a sworn officer of the court met and conspired to conduct criminal acts. Of course, the insurance company doesn't want to be responsible for the sheriff in her official capacity as sheriff. The insurance company has a very good reason to try and get this case dismissed, to include the Federal Lawsuit involving an inmate that died, and a lawsuit involving a couple injured because of Franklin's negligence at the wheel of a Morgan County Sheriffs Office vehicle in South Alabama. Lockhart was also working for an attorney in a Federal Lawsuit against the sheriff's office, a lawsuit that is being handled by the same insurance company for the sheriff office. The same insurance company that doesn't feel that they should be liable for the conspiracy Franklin and her thugs committed in the sheriff's office, on a regular workday with sheriff's office employees who witnessed Franklin, Lovelace, Bones and Robinson go behind closed doors with their informant. Hum! The same insurance company that brought in an attorney who specializes in HIPAA laws to assist them in their Federal Case involving an inmate who died, the case that Lockhart was working on. Serious claims have been made that distress us in the case involving HIPAA information. Lockhart can take and pass a polygraph. Can the sheriff and her thugs? The inmate involved in this case spent seven years in jail without ever having his day in court.
The informant who took the HIPAA documents for the sheriff communicated with the Sheriff and her cronies during the break in with a smartphone that captured all communications between the sheriff and her thugs. The informant collected documents, emails pictures, and videos he made while in the Lockhart's office which Franklin and Blake Robinson approved. The same information that Franklin and her thugs used to obtain a search warrant after stealing the highly sensitive HIPAA information pertaining to a Federal lawsuit that names Franklin in her capacity as sheriff. The informant gathered hard copy documents, company confidential information, payroll information and more. Electronic records of the communications between Franklin and her thugs during the break-in, dates of meeting, locations for payments and more were collected on the smartphone and still exist. Had Lockhart not found out about the illegal activity, would the insurer make the same claims? The insurance provider for the sheriff's office sure knows how to spin the law and their responsibilities.
At the same time, the insurance company is also fighting claims in a lawsuit against Franklin in Bay Minetta, Alabama. The company claims that Franklin has immunity for the accident because she was working in an official capacity when she caused the accident. Franklin lied and claimed she was attending a School Resource Officer Training Course when she plowed into a couple on their way to work. Franklin lied. We have spoken to multiple attendees of the class that can and will testify that Franklin was not attending that class.
Decatur Daily: Insurer: Sheriff has no coverage for some claims in blogger lawsuit By Keith Clines Staff Writer