Judge Kallon has not ruled on the Contempt charge yet. However, Ana and Barney have been busy. Barney is still trying to pull rabbits out of his hat. You got to admit Barney is dedicated to Ana.
You could say Barney will do just about anything for Ana. We can't help but wonder about Barney's logical thought process as he has proven it is odd, very odd.
How many attorneys do you know that would accept $28,000.00 from a client aka the sheriff with no questions asked, and hand the cash over to another client involving a dirty dealing car dealer Greg Steenson. Oh! Did we mention that the cash was used to keep Greg Steenson out of jail? You got it! Good ole Greg Steenson who happens to be cousin Greg to Sheriff Ana Franklin cheated a widow woman out of money for cars he sold on the lot. Franklin quickly came to the rescue.
See Blogger Comments below from the previous blog.
Attached you will see an excerpt from federal court document 143 in regards to the inmate food funds, specifically paragraph 5. Both Barney and Sheriff Ana Franklin are doing their best to claim that the jail has always served the finest of meals in the jail. Ana is trying hard to dig herself out of a crater she fell into. The next paragraph reflects the logical calculation of the inmate’s complaints about the foods that were previously served in the jail.
Well, obviously, Barney has mastered grammar school arithmetic but he flunked logic. He assumes that each of the 144 grievances consisted of one inmate making one complaint about one meal. And that’s how he arrives at that totally ridiculous figure of 0.00014%. Let’s assume that all those 144 grievances consisted of ALL the meals served to those 144 inmates. Using Barney’s figures, 144 inmates out of 450 grieved. That’s 32%. Big difference. It’s also bogus. It doesn’t include special diets for the diabetics, snacks, the watered-down food, etc. And of course, not every meal was retched. You can’t put an exact number on this many variables but you can measure trends. And there is a sizable number of underfed inmates complaining about the food. The good news is that during the investigation and documents flying back and forth, Ana is forced to do the right thing because somebody’s looking.