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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

What's Next?

A book of course.  The whistleblower has been busy for the past few months healing from a broken ankle.  That doesn't mean the wheels haven't been turning.  There is a lot to write about and things the public has a right to know.  One thing is for sure a lot of people that were trusted lied their asses off about their involvement in the schenes and got away with it.

We have a lot to say about some of these folks who tried but failed to destroy Morgan County's good name.  It may appear to some that there was no justice here but we don't believe that.  The real justice is the fact that it is going to be a long time before anybody forgets the names of those involved or their part in the saga.

A lot of folks believe that if they had been a regular criminal such as Steenson, for example, they would have gotten a lot more time.  That may be true but people are going to forget about Steenson long before they forget about criminal law enforcement officers or sheriffs.

We should be thanking those who took actions to remove the corrupt from public office and those who worked at the SO who put the interest of their Oath of Office before their loyalty to a corrupt sheriff.

Stay tuned.

1 comment:

  1. Have you heard if anything regarding changing the out of date jail food law is going to be passed this year. I know some have changed but there needs to still be a law to address this issue state wide. Thanks for all you do on this issue, MCWB.

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