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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

What the heck

Blogger Comments: The Chief Deputy from Randolph County got his hand caught in the cookie jar 40 times.  So our question is if it was that easy to catch and charge this guy, why is it taking so long with our previous sheriff and her goons?

Former Randolph County, AL chief deputy indicted on 40 felony offenses



RANDOLPH COUNTY, AL (WTVM) - A former Randolph County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy was indicted on multiple felony offenses on Feb. 22.

8 comments:

  1. Why hasn’t anything been done to the sheriff bones, Robinson, and Powell? All are guilty yet they seem to be the untouchables. Why? Half of the SO shared information and still she seems to be protected. She has not received a serious charge.

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  2. Anyone want to bet on Ana showing up for Federal Court this week? She talks way too much. To the wrong people. She fires people because she is done with them. How many will be willing to share their stories of corruption.

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  3. Details of court. Love to be there

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  4. Maybe feds are leading up to the coupe de graw. Seems as if Ana has committed way more crimes than this fellow

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  5. No note to Trump or Pence should protect her thievery

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  6. Sarahland grand barn house ring a bell.

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  7. Why arent there any PERJURY charges for Ana, Bones, Blake and JP, Judge Thompson and the DA know and proved they lied in court? What is the hold up if it were anyone else the arrests would have happened by now. Oh and Ray Long knew way before the poop hit the fan and did nothing! Get them all out

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