I received very specific information involving one of the "investors" that is alarming. I contacted the individual yesterday. He was not happy and threatened to take me to court, charge me with harassment and more. Very well. I staffed the information accordingly. How soon we forget when a 4 wheeler pulls up on our property and sits and watches family members. Yes, we have witnesses. Or when the same person comes to a neighbor's house along with a citizen and searches the house without a warrant. Yes, there were witnesses. How strange is it that the civilian with the law enforcement officer and the civilian began a search of the house looking for stolen weapons. How strange is it that less than a week later the citizen apologizes to the owner of the house and the wife of the man they accused of the theft after learning his own brother-in-law stole his weapons. All of the complaints went to Sheriff Ana Franklin who did nothing with the information. The information also went to the State of Alabama.
There are citizens under the rogue MCSO administration who have gone through pure hell because of the actions of the sheriff and her thugs. Even her ex-thugs. This individual by taking action against the whistleblower can cause her no more harm than that already done. Our incidents involving rogue law enforcement is well documented and will not be tolerated. It is unfortunate that a few bad eggs within local and state law enforcement tarnish the names of the fantastic men and women who work for the Morgan County Sheriff's Office and those of ALEA.
If the thugs get the right attorney and the right judge they may win in the short term as in the class action law suit Franklin is encouraging people to join. Nothing you can do to any of us at this point will stop your downfall.
Stay away from peoples property and family. Do not shoot high powered weapons that have the capability of reaching other peoples property. Please just set back and wait your turn for the real law to take action. What do you have to lose?
The sheriff wins