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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Courthouse Security and more

Sheriff Franklin has demeaned many employees since she became sheriff of Morgan County.  One way of demeaning employees is to punish them by placing them in courthouse security.  We noticed that Chad Sain is still being punished for stopping one of her daughter's friends.  This is the same type actions Franklin took when she thought Turk Jones was communicating with us.  Just like Rick Sherman, Franklin made up lies to rid herself of highly qualified employees because of her obsession with the whistleblowers.  Yep! Ana calls the whistleblowers obsessed.  

Don't mess with mamma Ana's children's friends.  That such as with the case of Chad Sain.  All Chad did was stop a freak in the middle of the road late one night who had a law enforcement type light mounted on his windshield.  I would hate to see what she would do to a whistleblower she caught with a mounted style light on our vehicles.  Franklin would throw the book at one of us.  Franklin's punishment of Sain is the same as it was for Turk Jones, Childers, Hayes, and many more.  Franklin drummed up a story about Rick Sherman being in an outside relationship and that he was feeding the whistleblowers information.  She fired a clerk for using an inappropriate word.  The number of people who are willing to come forward and tell their story about how she forced them out of their positions by lying and making up petty investigations will come back to haunt her.

Yet, according to our sources you have employees working for you right now that have done far more serious infractions than any of the people you forced to resign and/or fired.  To include click and clack Blake Robinson and Bones Wilson who along with you used an informant to get into an office and take information and place Keylogger software on the computers before you got a warrant.  Or, about the individuals recently accused of sexual harassment?  Who is investigating these incidents? Are Bones and Blake your investigators of choice?  The same ones who committed the crimes mentioned above.  There is nothing like a criminal within the force conducting internal investigations. That way they only find the things you want them to.  

At some point all these things will be over and there will be people standing in line to testify against you and yours.  In fact, there will be so many that Decatur will have to set up crowd control.

Your employees know about your obsessions with the whistleblowers and your retaliatory behavior and conduct towards those simple employees that come to work everyday and continue to place band aids on the gaping wounds inflected by you and yours.

Looking forward to the day that you can no longer be a cancer in our community.

21 comments:

  1. Oh, I get it! The folks who have been providing info to Glenda, are ex-employees. So easy to be the victim in this world. Victims never accept that their own actions dictate the consequences. Personal responsibility is all but dead these days. They'll always be a victim of something or somebody. It's such a debilitating mindset, very hard to break the cycle of victimization.

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    1. Maybe it's officers who take pride in their duties. Maybe it's people who refuse to continue to be a part of such corruption and hostility that they stand up for what's right.

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    2. Let me add my two cents.....Maybe it's people who have physical evidence that they were targeted for conversing with other "victims". In which due to this physical evidence, these "victims" had and still have a legitimate lawsuit for hostile work environment.

      Also, just maybe these "victims" were targeted because Ana thought info was being given to the whistleblowers, when actually the whistleblower was and still is the least of their worries!

      As it was quoted in Captain Battles Obituary, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

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    3. If these folks were targeted and fired without cause, why haven't they sued?

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    4. Not fired.. But, so miserable, they were forced to leave. Also, by the time the lawsuits would be settled, the inevitable would have already happened. No need to waste the courts time when it will be fixed soon enough.

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    5. The above comments sound like someone who has experienced this.. Where is the peanut gallery at now?? Ana? Bones? Blake? Larry? Ron? Corley?

      Anybody??? Is this thing on????

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    6. Ana has tried very hard to be a victim but can't turn the corner from criminal to victim. After all the threats to arrest someone for anything and claims of ongoing investigation to stall her own legal woes there is still no arrest other than Steenson. Find it hard to believe Steenson is a victim. The Sheriff and her people who helped her are not victims of anything other than their own greed and criminal activity if Decatur Daily and AL.com have it right. This thing is getting old now. When is someone, anyone, going to be held accountable for all the things that have gone on. Either whistleblowers and other media for false claims or Ana and those involved for the crimes they have committed if even a part of what is claimed is true? It seems pretty clear Franklin and boys are not victims. Time to make many wrongs right it seems in Morgan County but where to begin, and can or will anyone really do it?

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  2. I could be wrong, but it seems to me that a person would have to be able to "log-on" to a computer, before they could load software onto it. Wouldn't they need the password first?

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  3. I believe Ana and others paid Glenda's grandson to provide the password. This was along with Morgan county attorney Barney Lovelace who gets paid by taxpayers of Morgan County. Taxpayers are funding illegal activity. Under the current sheriff.

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    1. So the grandson worked at the drywall business, and had access to the computers. Why would there be a need for keylogger software, if he already had access (password)?

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    2. Do informants usually get paid?

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    3. Taxpayer funded crimes and this makes the voters and taxpayers victims.

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  4. June 21 at the Federal Courthouse in Decatur at what time?

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  5. The key logger software kept record of all key strokes. Along with the programs, passwords and all email.if anything was deleted it also recorded that as well.
    The key logger is a new form of wire tapping. Which is a Federal offense.

    Barney Lovelace knew this and sit in on the meeting planning the crime.




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  6. How do you install software if you don't already have the password? I know I can't even update software at my job without being an "administrator."

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  7. I am not sure where you are going. Yes the grandson obtained the password. Ana, Barney, and others instructed him on how to install the software. One of the main purposes for raiding the drywall business was to remove the software they had installed. The grandson had stopped helping at this point and they got desperate knowing it was illegal to have installed it.

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    1. Seems a lawyer has gone way to deep to protect a client or in this case a cash cow and went from defending someone to participating in criminal activity.

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  8. Wonder how long Lovelace will remain a part of the law firm he is in. Are the rest of those in his firm as crooked as Lovelace and willing to participate in criminal activity?

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  9. So Glenda's grandson worked at the drywall business, had access to the computers, and possessed the necessary passwords to be able to install software. At that point, why did he need to install a keylogger to capture the passwords he already had?

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