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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Lying to a Judge because of a personal vendetta has gotten Sheriff Ana Franklin in hot water

Charges against former Morgan County warden dismissed

  • By Eric Fleischauer Metro Editor
  • Updated

Charges against former Morgan County warden dismissed Misdemeanor computer tampering charges against fired Morgan County Warden Leon Bradley were dismissed this morning.

Blogger Comments:  Folks, all we can say is thank you, Judge Thompson.  It doesn't surprise us the lengths Sheriff Franklin and her thiefdom deputies went to deceive the court.  Excerpts from the Decatur Daily below:
Circuit Judge Glenn Thompson immediately granted the motion of Bradley's lawyers after a day of testimony in which two Morgan County Sheriff's Office deputies provided testimony helpful to Bradley's defense. Today was the second day of testimony.
Deputy Zachary Dockery, an 11-year employee of the Sheriff's Office, testified he declined to provide surveillance equipment to Robinson for use in the business of blogger Glenda Lockhart because he was worried it would amount to criminal eavesdropping. He said he also told Robinson and Justin Powell, a Sheriff's Office information technology employee, not to hack into Bradley's personal emails without a warrant. 
Dockery testified the Sheriff's Office had installed a tracking device on Bradley's county vehicle.

1 comment:

  1. I'm so glad that he was exonerated. Now onto the sheriff and the goons that work for her to be held accountable for the rest of herand goon squads criminal actions. Prison can't be far away