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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Looks Like Ana may get another delay -

Blogger Comments:  My goodness, the last time Barney was this reasonable was when he was in court in Birmingham.  At that time, he stated that it would take a week to return Straightline's computers. But when he learned that Daniel Lockhart was there to testify about Franklin, Wilson, and Robinson paying him to break in his grandmother's office, take documents, video the office, and place keylogger software on the computers so that one week later they could obtain a legal warrant using blatant lies, he did an abrupt "About Face".   The computers were returned at 2 PM THAT VERY DAY!  












19 comments:

  1. I may be reading it wrong, but it looks like this says "Response to Plaintiff's Motion to Postpone for 6 Days"?
    Why does the Plaintiff need more time?

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  2. You left out page 2.

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  3. Never mind, it's just out of order.
    Plaintiff's requested postponement.

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  4. FAKE NEWS ALERT!
    The plaintiff wants more time, not the sheriff. Maybe their case ain't as solid as they'd hoped. Probably made the mistake of reading this blog and believing Glenda's "facts."

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    1. I don't care as a voting citizen. Ana lied, stealing from me. Those inmates are innocent until proven guilty. Even if they're guilty, you better feed them. God is watching. The only one gaining weight is Ana Franklin. I'm not a criminal, don't know a criminal in there. But, if you're so compassionate about them horses, you better be about them inmates. when you look in the mirror and see that extra weight, you were feeding yourself and not your inmates. Most of them probably ended up their because of lack of compassion, where the hell is yours?

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  5. No maybe its because they found a heck of alot of money missing besides the 160k. Why run for sheriff saying ill be the most transparent sheriff ever...binders will be in my office to look at all accounts. Did this happen...hell no she denied every open records request sent her way. My thought on this is she is Guilty...

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    1. As evident by your post, you are ignorant of what is going on. The hearing referenced above is ONLY concerned with the 160k. The Atlanta attorneys have brought suit about jail conditions and jail food money, since we all know the jail conditions are well within what is required, the only remaining issue is the money.

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    2. Tick toc tic toc

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    3. "Detainees have complained of finding assorted matter in their food such as rocks and, in one case, a nail," the exhibit states. "Similarly, detainees report that meat is inedible because it is raw, beans are inedible because they have not been cooked, and bread in inedible because it is stale or moldy. Detainees have likewise complained on multiple occasions that the jail serves them food items that are frozen, sometimes with ice still attached."

      When you say "since we all know the jail conditions are well within what is required, the only remaining issue is the money," Who is "we?"

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    4. "Many grievances note that entire cell blocks were fed reduced or watered-down portions -- a tiny amount of soup, a spoonful of grits, five or six green beans or carrot slices as a vegetable serving, a sandwich with half of a slice of cheese on it, and the like -- because the kitchen lacked enough food to serve everyone the portions listed on the menu," according to court records filed by the Center.

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    5. The exhibit alleges the menu items have been depleted before all inmates were served, in some cases. "To give an example, during a recent meal at which chicken was served, many inmates reportedly received cooking liquid from the pan in place of meat because the kitchen ran out of chicken. Another person reported that the protein item for a recent lunch was half of a hotdog."

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    6. Reading something on the internet doesn't make it true. The truth will be found in court, through facts and testimony.
      When the whole truth is revealed, it certainly won't be reported here, or the tabloid paper in Decatur.

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  6. Get a clue...she is bye bye...i wish your the best. Keep standing up to corruption...just like ol bentley

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  7. Would someone explain to me how Barney Lovelace who works for Harris ..... Law firm the exact law firm who gave a legal opinion that the food money was off limits to Ana Franklin can now be defending her saying she has a right to the Money. To me this is wrong and unethical. Especially when taxpayers are supplying the money to pay for Ana's legal bill. She should be paying out of her own pocket. This law firm should be held accountable for allowing this to happen. They work for Morgan County not Ana Franklin!!!!!!¡!!!!!

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    1. This happens to be a good question. It seems a bit conflicting. But, then again Barney don't give a rats a$$ as long as Ana pays him out of any and all accounts from MCSO funds. If you're a tax payer you should be concerned. Instead of maintaining the law... the commission, sheriff, and goons line their pockets. Kay Ivey please spare us of these embarrassing so called officials. Barney, if Ana franklin makes $68,000 a year, how is she paying you? Probably the same way she weaseled Bentley and Strange. I'd be embarrassed if I were you. There's a difference between knowing the law and manipulating it, you sir, have allowed her to make you look ridiculous. Politics may be one thing but Principles are another. Shame your head is so far up her a$$ to know the difference.

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  8. For 6 years, the Southern Center for Human Rights had no issue with Morgan County, or the Sheriff. Now, all of a sudden, the jail is akin to a house of torture. Curious. This group of Georgia attorneys are similar to the SPLC, it's about the headlines, the shakedown, the money.
    Just so it's disclosed, Judge U.W. Clemon presided over Greg Bartlett's hearing and consent decree. U.W. Clemon is retired from the bench, but is now a member of Southern Center for Human Rights. Not unlike politicians, judges strive to leave a legacy, this consent decree was to be it. You see, these shakedown lawyers from Georgia have a vested interest in making sure another Alabama sheriff lays down for them. Crabbe did, Bartlett did, they assumed the next one would.

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  9. Have used AVG protection for many years now, and I recommend this solution to everybody.

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