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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Claims of libel misconduct

Anonymous screams libel while the morgancountywhistleblowers say liable.  Good try on claiming that we have libeled all Morgan County employees.  We have continued to talk about what outstanding employees work  for the sheriff's office excluding a few select individuals.  We are no more libel than Sheriff Ana Franklin posting persons pictures on her FB before they have been tried and convicted.  We tend to call a horses ass by its true colors.


li·bel
ˈlībəl/
noun
  1. 1.
    LAW
    a published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation; a written defamation.
    synonyms:defamation, defamation of character, character assassinationcalumnymisrepresentation, scandalmongering; More
  2. 2.
    (in admiralty and ecclesiastical law) a plaintiff's written declaration.
verb
  1. 1.
    LAW
    defame (someone) by publishing a libel.

    "she alleged the magazine had libeled her"

    synonyms:defamemalignslander, blacken someone's name, sully someone's reputation, speak ill/evil of, traducesmear, cast aspersions on, drag someone's name through the mud, besmirchtarnishtaint, tell lies about, stain, impugn someone's character/integrity, vilifydenigratedisparage, run down, stigmatizediscreditslurMore
  2. 2.
    (in admiralty and ecclesiastical law) bring a suit against (someone).

Is Sheriff Ana Franklin Liable?

li·a·ble
ˈlī(ə)b(ə)l/
adjective
  1. 1.
    responsible by law; legally answerable.

    "the supplier of goods or services can become liable for breach of contract in a variety of ways"

    synonyms:responsible, legally responsible, accountableanswerable, chargeable, blameworthy, at fault, culpableguilty
    "they are liable for negligence"

Sheriff Ana Franklin, liable, for causing an office to be breached and Keylogger software installed on the computers before obtaining a legal warrant.  Liable for being the dumbest sheriff to ever concoct a plan to pay an informant to collect evidence prior to obtaining a legal warrant.

Bones Wilson, liable, for causing  an office to be breached and Keylogger software installed on the computers before obtaining a legal warrant.  Liable, for paying the informant for his trouble after hiring him to gain access to an office to intentionally take documents and other items prior to obtaining a legal warrant.

Blake Robinson, liable, for causing  an office to be breached and Keylogger software installed on the computers before obtaining a legal warrant.  Liable for forcing the informant to hang outside the front door so he could take pictures of the informant while in the office to prove to sheriff Ana Franklin that their mission was a success.  This from a witness in the office.  Liable for having the informant video the office and other materials. 

Justin Powell, liable for loading the Keylogger software on the thumb drive to be used on computers within the office.  Liable, Justin Powell is liable for also using the Falkville Fire Department to transfer the Keylogger software to the informant in front of a witness.


Definition of witness for English Language Learners. : a person who sees something (such as a crime) happen. law : a person who makes a statement in a court about what he or she knows or has seen. : a person who is present at an event (such as a wedding) and can say that it happened.


Informant - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Informant
The term is usually used within the law enforcement world, where they are officially known as confidential or criminal informants (CI), and can often refer pejoratively to the supply of information without the consent of the other parties with the intent of malicious, personal or financial gain.
Being a paid informant does now give the law enforcement world the right to buy drugs to give an informant, or to install Keylogger software on business computers to obtain information illegally, or to send an informant into an office under false pretenses to collect and take information prior to obtaining a legal warrant.  There was no illegal activity going on in the office.  No illegal department of labor activity, no illegal IRS activity, or no unauthorized confidential sheriff's office information.  There is only an office with employees that you tried to destroy because you have been busted.
The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution provides, "[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly ...
freedom of speech definition. The right to speak without censorship or restraint by the government. Freedom of speech is protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution. ( See clear and present danger.)


Maybe Ana is finally getting worried and that is why she wants us to claim libel conduct against us.  We can think of about 50 employees who would love to tell their stories in court about what happened to them.






10 comments:

  1. Ana is trying to deflect public opinion. She thinks if she can get people to sue the whistleblowers it will make her look better in the matter of public opinion. Ana will let all the others to take risks for her. What happens when people testify for the whistleblowers that proves claims such as sexual harassment is true or that money was taken from the posse funds, that Ana wrote more checks than she claimed, that many friends and family members of Ana’s invested in the Title Marts, or that Bones killed a bunch of dogs, or that people have been set up by some of her favored ones. What if the whistleblowers have stuff they have not put on the blog, what if Ana didn’t get everything the whistleblowers have when they raided offices and homes? What if documents come forward that prove the whistleblowers are telling the truth. Can the whistleblowers counter sue?

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  2. If it's true, then it's not libel.

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  3. Oh, I can assure you there are videos/audio recordings that have not been published. Over the past few years, employees have learned to protect themselves. What if an audio recording of Zivett's harassment incident existed? Or even better, a recording of a meeting including Ana, Larry Berzett, and Blake existed. Maybe they do exist, but have been sent to proper authorities!! Tick Tock folks!!

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  4. What if none of that exists?

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  5. Can someone...anyone with authority over these thugs please step in. Asap would be good

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    1. I agree 100%. Glenda and her thugs have been allowed to spew lies for long enough.

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    2. If you don't like it, then don't read it. But chances are, you'll just keep coming right back. Because you can't stand to not know what's being said.

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  6. I have talked to many lawyers about Ana's Facebook post on the arrests she does. Not a single one of them like it but because she is sheriff they say there is nothing they can do about it.

    Well it's just they want to make money off her defending innocent people.


    Most of everything in Morgan County law enforcement and judicial system is corrupt.

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    1. Public record. I believe the newspaper also has a section of "recent arrests" with name, age, and offenses. At least the paper here in Cullman does. How is this different?

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    2. As far as public records are concerned the posting of those arrested is no big deal. Done for years everywhere. It benefits the agency especially if elected officials run it. But why use public records to justify this and turn around and hide and not allow access to other things that are public records like the expenditures of tax payer money? How much money has the Sheriffs Office spent on things not related to preventing or solving crime and protecting the citizens? If Ana is going to run again these are questions that she must answer. She would loose a debate with a 3rd grader over this in an elections. Where is the money? Is this not Public Record? Any Sheriff who ran against the former Sheriff in this county should have been smart enough to know they could not use the money or serve corn dogs. If they were not smart enough to know this how the hell were they voted in. Greed and corruption got her and those who came with her. Limestone County has been just as bad for years and the Disease is spreading. Let's see if I can I can hold on as long as Blakely did let's see if Ana can hold on as long as Blakely has. I hope the voters don't stay as ignorant. After all Obama did get reelected. Ana may have a chance while robbing the Sheriffs Office blind.

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