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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Most Officials Try To Do The Right Thing

 What we found when running the blog from October 2015 - 2018 is that most officials in law enforcement want to do the right thing.  We believe that a few are just downright dirty.  Others may have been deceived by an unscrupulous person or loved one they really care about and their vision or professionalism is set aside to help.  

The DA and the Judges can only see what is placed in front of them.  I know from experience what can happen when someone has a vendetta against you.   

We realize how multiple arrests may look when not put in perspective that is why we believe the judges have all recused themselves from Donly's case.  

We have lots of documents that we are going through to show how things may not be as they seem.  In our opinion, it was wrong of Chief Culpepper to get involved with a person who happens to be his Godchild that has repeatedly attested that he/she is the Chief's Godchild.  It appears that this may not be the first time that someone has thrown interference for someone close to the chief.  

In today's society, we must work in unity and in the best interest of all.  Our servicemen and women work hard to protect us every single day.  Our law enforcement is the best in the world and has improved beyond belief especially in the State of Alabama due to recent changes in the laws.  We need our law enforcement now more than ever.  We need to be able to count on them to serve and protect us.  Law enforcement today faces more challenges than ever before and they need our support.  We support our law enforcement completely but once in a blue moon there may be issues that need to be addressed.

Unfortunately, some people like to brag about how close they are with people in positions of power.  I explained to the chief that I am just a plain old citizen but I know how to file complaints when I believe there are those who are being railroaded.  The DOJ is very busy right now but somebody needs to see documents, videos, and audios of interaction that may have violated Donly's rights.

We will never mention other's names on this blog but we will discuss the disparaging way that we believe has caused a lot of Donly's problems that may not have been released to those who make decisions.


13 comments:

Anonymous said...

One bad apple spoils the whole bunch! This mess is why our country is where it is. Not every cop abuses power, but the ones who do mess it up for the rest. Who can you trust if you can not trust the people paid to be fair?

Anonymous said...

I hope you can, again,expose the truth!

Anonymous said...

#saveourchildern

Anonymous said...

#saveourchildren

Anonymous said...

Stay strong Donly.

Anonymous said...

Stay strong Donly.

Anonymous said...

We are behind you Donley! Stay Strong!

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Anonymous said...

It is disturbing that this URL is now blocked on some social media sites.

Someone(s) must have much to hide, if not why block an information pathway?

Anonymous said...

Someone must have a good bit at stake. Who blocks links if they have nothing to hide? This is simply shameful

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile the county sheriff ignores and publicly refuses to enforce a lawful public health order and no one bats an eye. ??? I feel for the kid in this particular matter - don't get me wrong. But this issue concerns a hothead who, regardless of whether or not his reasons for losing his temper and lashing out at people and at LEOs is valid, continually does so and, thereby, continually breaks the law. That's a pretty common scenario all over the world.

Anonymous said...

We must save this child before it is too late! I know all the parties personally and am shocked that the law enforcement officials are choosing not to help this child when the amount of evidence is overwhelming!

Anonymous said...

Those who brag of their corrupt actions whether done by them or through their connections tend to self incriminate eventually.