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Thursday, November 22, 2018

Slowing Down

Folks, it's time to slow down for the Holidays and count our blessings and remember our losses.  We are thankful this Thanksgiving season for all the many blessing our Lord has bestowed on us.  At the same time this year, our Thanksgiving will be bittersweet.  We lost our beautiful mother, brother, and a beloved cousin.

We have grown and become stronger this year.  We have loved, laughed, and wept.  Our mother was the focal point in our life.  Strong, kind, tender, and loving all at the same time.  We could tell her anything and know that the confidence would never be broken.

This year with our loving step Dad by our side we will celebrate Thanksgiving, we will laugh, cry, and rejoice that we are together.  We will celebrate Mother's life.  We will pray together and we will stay together as loving families do.

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our readers.  We hope and pray that your family is strong and united and can weather any storm together without falling apart.  May the Lord bless us one and all.

The Whistleblower has a very special place in her heart for all the support and kindness you have shown since October 2015.  Thank you for your support and trust in the whistleblower and the blog.  We make mistakes but as people do we try and correct what is wrong.  Again, thank you for your support.




7 comments:

  1. Thank you for bringing to light some very serious issues with our public officials in both Morgan and Lawrence counties. We hope you and your family has a blessed holiday season.

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  2. Ana isn’t slowing down. She is stealing every penny she can while never showing up to work and trying to have others cover up the drugs and sex in the jail. Her house and her Sheriffs Office has more crime than anywhere else in the county.

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    1. So very true... inmates overdose while in custody.. die (but not in the jail). Officers having sex with inmates and brushed under rug. No charges no nothing. The good officers try to good but to many only out to cover there own butts and pockets. Poor Puckett going into a mess and no money to fix it. Every employee needs to take drug test and be searched just like inmates. They quick to transfer blame in the county.

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  3. I'm so sorry to hear about your dear losses. My heart goes out to you. Thank you for all you've done for Morgan county. I know you and your family sacrificed so much. I wish you and your family the very best.

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  4. Look at all the people walking away from the Sheriffs Office. They thought they were the stuff but now realizing they were all bought for a cheap price and used. They felll in to greed and were not the upstanding morally and ethically correct people they pretended to be. Fake imposters who tarnished the badge and now they slither and scurry away. What a shame. How many careers ended by Ana? Soon the accountability begins and there will be no hiding or delaying it anymore. By almost all of Ana’s thugs resigning it is abundantly clear they know that real trouble is ahead even though it has taken longer than any of us thought it would. Slowly but surely it is coming to pass.

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    1. Has Corley packed his bags yet? I guess he thought Puckett would keep him like Ana did.

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  5. Not many can stand to the high standard but Ana made sure to get rid of it silence those who would. No one would stand in Ana’s way. Ana and those leaving the Sheriffs Office made sure of it at all cost. Greed and corruption at it’s finest despite the truth.

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