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Friday, July 14, 2017

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Blogger Comments:  Thank you all for the kind words.  Please sit back and enjoy the ride. We are sure the next few months will bring more of Glenda's boring blah blah blah crazy behavior. While you are waiting for Glenda's straight jacket you could try and enhance your sharp wicked minds and do something educational.  Do your own darn research.

You folks are mad because you keep trying to hide your dirty business and we keep catching you. Let's be realistic for a moment.  Bones, Robinson, and Ziaja are all supposed to be highly qualified investigators.  Franklin, Bones, Robinson, and Powell planned a break in at a business and stole documents, made videos, and placed keylogger software on computers a week before they were issued a legal warrant.  They got caught. Does that sound smart to you?  They gave their "informant" the Keylogger software to install at the Falkville Fire department in front of witnesses.  Does that sound smart to you?  Ziaja showed up at a family’s house and initiated a search of the home looking for weapons along with cousin Heath, a civilian, opening doors, searching closets, and going through bathrooms etc.  Heath claimed someone had stolen his guns from his home.   When Ziaja was challenged he started flashing his badge and telling the owners that you know me, you know who I am.  I am the sheriff's boyfriend.  Big brave Ziaja hiding behind Ana's apron.  

You people have done some pretty dumb stuff to be highly skilled law enforcement.  You couldn't organize a two car funeral without screwing it up.  The citizens of this county should be so proud of you.

Berzett speeds around the county as if he has someplace to go.  When law enforcement tries to make a traffic stop Berzett flexes his muscles.  Ana went so far as to try to get a trooper fired.  Impressive isn't it.  In another incident Berzett taunted the police who tried to stop him in Somerville.  This incident got nasty.  He has been stopped more than once by Decatur PD.  Berzett speeds around the county in a vehicle that has the appearance of an officer who is APOST certified.  Berzett is not APOST certified nor is Ron Livingston. 






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Posted by Anonymous to MorganCountyWhistleBlower at July 13, 2017 at 8:21 PM

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  1. Seen a bunch at the range today. I hope everyone passed state qualification for apost is 70. Ana's Un official policy is 80. So to carry a weapon at the sheriff's office you are supposed to score a 80. So why Danny McDaniel why are you still carrying yours? You should have done like Ron Livingston and have one of your subordinates qualify you. Funny no one has ever seen Ron Livingston shoot his weapon.

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    1. Don't worry, Livingston knows that he is short lived at the office. I'm glad he is beginning to see what the rest of us do. Ron, sorry but not sorry. Just like a drug dealer, they will always sell their friends out when trouble comes their way. I expected you to see this coming with Larry Berzett showing that he has more power than you..

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    2. Since Danny Mcdaniels can't score a 80 with his weapon and is still carrying it. Why cant the jailers that didon't score a 80 carry a weapon. Didn't a woman of color that could not score a 80 was forced to retire? Can't fly, can't shoot, cant patrol is not wanted in staff call is left out of the loop. Guess your just collecting a check.

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  2. Address of the imaginary house in Saraland?

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  3. Who exactly carried out this "break-in" before the search warrant was issued? An "informant"? If the informant broke into your business, you really should file a police report with Falkville PD, and have the informant arrested. Burglary is a very serious charge, don't you agree? I know if I owned a business, and some unauthorized person broke in, I would be livid, and demand justice.
    Unless...the informant didn't actually do anything illegal...

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    1. unless the burglary charge can't be done because he was instructed by law enforcement. Which makes the agency liable, and makes the informant an extension of said agency. There are much bigger plans than a measly ol burglary charge

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    2. You didn't notice evidence from the "break-in"? Surely there was a broken lock or window? How else could the burglar gain access to the business?

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  4. I not that great with computers, how exactly did the informant install keylogger software on a computer without the password to unlock the computer? At my job, you have to have "administrator" access to do that.
    How did this informant, while committing the crime of burglary, gain access to the system?
    How did he get the password?
    If he had the password, why would he need to capture keystrokes on that computer?
    I'm amazed you haven't at least attempted to have this criminal prosecuted.
    Unless...no crimes were committed...

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    1. Folks, this was proved long ago. There is video and audio evidence. Before you ana-ites start asking... No we cant post it, for it is in someone elses hands.

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    2. Proved how? By who? Oh yeah, proved by Glenda typing it on a blog.
      It's how propaganda works, you decide what you WANT the truth to be, and keep repeating it over and over. The average person, eventually, will begin to believe it. This was Glenda's plan from the beginning, repeat, repeat, repeat.

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    3. Audio and video "proof" is in someone else's hands? You didn't make a copy for yourself? No way.
      Either you're an idiot, or you think all your readers are.

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    4. I believe Glenda still has an open case for the keylogger and the search. Lawyer probably advised her not to post it or show it to anyone while it's still going on. This happens in police work all the time.

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    5. Oh, ok. I guess that would be like if there was an ongoing criminal investigation involving Glenda Lockhart or Rick Sherman, then nobody from the Sheriff's Office could comment on accusations made on this blog?
      That certainly clears up a few things.

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  5. It seems you know who this criminal is, that burglarized your business. You ought to put his name out, you know, to warn folks that a burglar is walking free, before he commits another felony.

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  6. Glenda Lockhart claims that her place of business was burglarized, she knows the identity of the perpetrator, and hasn't reported the crime? Is she actively concealing the identity of the burglar? I believe this would be a violation of a federal law, to conceal a felony.
    Unless, of course...no laws were broken...

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  7. You must be high since you keep repeating yourself. You know who the "informant" is.. Remember that night in anas office when his phone rang?

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    1. Sure don't, I wasn't there. You are barking up the wrong tree. One of these days I'll give up my identity, you'll be quite surprised. Why, goodness, we may have talked face to face a few times, and you had no idea.
      Played like a fiddle.

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    2. Uh oh...is there a mole inside Glenda's network? That could get interesting.

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  8. I don't understand how do these people who are supposed to uphold the law .And took a vow .But can do all the things a criminal does and more and still be in the positions as law enforcement .and not behind bars ????

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