Ana, why are you wondering about the whistleblowers. They are doing just fine. However, makes us feel good that you are still concerned about us or wonder where we are and what we are up to?
We have said for a long time and prove that things were happening under your watch that weren't right. How did things go so wrong for you? Was it when the MCSO employees realized you were not their sheriff? Was it when they realized that instead of being full of intelligence and a desire to improve the SO that your actions would destroy all credibility of the SO with outside agencies and surrounding county authorities? Was it when you professed to be doing good in the neighborhood by using your non-profit sheriff's rodeo to help support the special needs. The special needs that only padded your pockets and those of the likes of Larry Berzett? We believe there is a special place in hell for those who profess to care for the needy and use the proceeds for their own benefit.
The Berzetts, you, and others have abused the MCSO posse to your own advantage and to pad your pockets. We have always heard that people who went to jail that abused those who are special do not fare well in jail. That must make it a true blessing and a just dessert that corrupt law enforcement personnel spend 23 hours per day in lockdown with one hour per day to experience a little freedom. One hour per day is way too much freedom for those who mistreat those who are less fortunate. But alas, the prison and jail system is required by law to afford you that one hour per day. But the other 23 hours are all yours, all by your self, lots and lots of time to think.
Early on during this tenuous struggle to get the truth out, the whistleblowers felt empathy for those caught up in the Sheriff's web. Not so much anymore. You all should have known better. You believe your ignorance has been bliss. Your arrogance has been noted as has your sense of being not the law but above the law.
One thing we have always found interesting is the inspiration that those believe they have gotten away with their hands in the cookie jar until just before the cuffs go on.