Blogger Comments to Comments: Thank all of you for standing up for what is right. The State Legislature must get involved and stop this corruption. Below you will find telephone numbers for the State Legislature. Start calling your legislature now for change. Make darn sure that you let Ed Henry, Arthur Orr, Terri Collins and others within the legislature know you want to see change.
It is a sad state and county affair that the Sheriff of Morgan County, Alabama took on the responsibility of housing the inmates for most if not all municipalities within the county and charges cities such as the city of Decatur much more than it costs to house and feed the inmates. Yet the inmates have not had adequate nutritional meals, medical care, or housing. It is time for the county commissioners to get some lead in their butts and help resolve the issues. We rarely say anything about the commission because we realize their hands have been tied to a corrupt sheriff. Now the commission knows there is a problem. It is time for all the politicians in Morgan County to speak up. Make the changes that are needed for our county that can start change around the state. Make the call and let our representatives know how you feel.
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Alabama Senate Phone NumbersMontgomery Office Phone - Call below Phone Numbers for State Senators,. Call in day time, leave message with secretary. Or Call anytime and leave a message on their answering machine. It only takes a minute to send them a message that they need to hear. Call often, they take a count of pro and con on each issue.
senbedford @ aol.com
trip.pittman @ alsenate.gov
Quinton T., Jr.
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Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "State Legislature involvement":
If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck...etc, you get my point. We all know why franklin played account jumping with the inmate food money. It wasn't because of bargain shopping, as one comment suggested on Facebook. The first red flag was when Ana was elected. She was upset with Bartlett for leaving her ONLY an est. $180,000 in discretionary funds. I mean good grief, cry me a river. Even with what was left over, I still don't see anything you've done , well, except blow smoke. Whistleblower you did give her an advantage...as soon as you were talking and showing proof of where those funds REALLY were allocated, she was on the move saving her A$$. Next time give her no warning. Yes, I have to certainly agree with the "fingerprint" expert who commented in a prior post, however, that only works to a certain degree. Egotism gets you no where, because you certainly didn't list my name. Ana, one more for you...why does your family agree that you're as dirty as you look? Is it the possibility they've seen some things or have been threatened?!?!
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "State Legislature involvement":Additionally, state legislation should be involved with inmate food money. Because when you get someone in office that only makes $68,000 yearly and seems to accrue more assets or material then the president, it is in my opinion, money hungry, especially in desperate means or in greed. The simple truth is, that unfortunately, allowing a sheriff to keep "left over" monies, breeds corruption.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "State Legislature involvement":Allow state legislation to get involved. When a sheriff who is elected and doesn't have a pot to pi$$ in or a window to throw it out of...makes $68,000 yearly, but shows signs of assets, materialistic items, waving fliers...be it rodeo or gym membership...there is a problem, especially when said sheriff does such things habitually. As the "fingerprint" bandit expressed, it's about habits, and Ana has quite a few, that lead to money and covering her butt. Yes, let state legislation get involved, due to the fact that, such easy acquired money leads to the breeding of corruption.