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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Award Nominee

BLOGGER COMMENTS:

AL.COM reporter Connor Sheets (we've quoted him a lot) did a great job digging into this story and uncovered even more alleged crimes.  Up here we like to think that the Daily's Eric Fleishauer did a terrific job with the whole sordid Sheriff's shenanigans and not just the inmate food fund hijacking.  Perhaps a Pulitzer?  

Happy Tuesday, Reckon crew. We’ll start this week off with a huge congrats to our investigative reporter, Connor Sheets, who has been named a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting for his stories on Alabama’s “Beach House Sheriff.” It’s a tremendous honor for a series that made a big difference in Alabama last year.

Oh and, uh, turns out he is also a finalist for the Selden Ring Award too. He's kind of a big deal.

As always, send us your feedback and tips at reckon@al.com.


6 comments:

  1. Great job Connor! Tell the truth.

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  2. Conner you are more than welcome in Morgan County. We have a shitstorm going on. Ashley Rempkus can tell ya all about it. Go get them

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  3. Previous Sheriff lies to honorable Judge Thompson...then her money hungry lawyer turns around and sued the victims. Break it wide open.

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  4. A little tip Connor. She has the estate but his it. Nothing in her name.

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  5. Nobody else seems to want to step up. Note handoff to Pence. Dig...get them

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  6. She and Huey Sharp are owners of a home in Decatur according to Beenverified.com report last week

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