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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.


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!

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Stay strong Donly.

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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.

Justice4All said...

The officials who "try" to do the right thing in Cullman County are usually targeted or have their jobs sabotaged for "trying" to do their jobs with integrity. They quickly learn to move over to the "dark side" if they want to survive.

If people do their research, they’ll find out that Alabama is one of the most corrupt states in the country! Throughout the decades, it’s managed to always show up in the top ten of being one of the most corrupt states!

I grew up in Cullman County and I'm well aware of how the Cullman County court systems, police departments, and DHR immorally operates.

There must be a reason why attorneys from other counties refuse to accept cases in Cullman. Could it be that the court system doesn’t take too kindly to “outsiders”? It seems as though that they like to keep their legal representation local.
Why do you think that is?

Could Cullman’s “Good Ole Boys Club” be corruptly working together to “double dip”? Could they intentionally be throwing cases for their “piece of the pie”? If so, that means that they are not only getting paid by their client who believes that they have their best interest at heart, but also getting paid by the opposing party for throwing the case. Could the judges possibly be in on it too?
After everything that I’ve personally witnessed, read online, and heard from other victims who were subjected Cullman’s corruption… anything is possible.

Anonymous said...

Just to give you an idea, here's a short incomplete list of some reported corruption in Cullman:
1. Zeb Little- Former Alabama senator and Cullman attorney Zeb Little pleads guilty to stealing from legal clients.

2. Chaney retired recently as investigators accused him of wrongly sending $105,000 in court-appointed legal work to his attorney son, Alex Chaney, from 2015 through 2017. Chaney also was accused of wrongly ruling in cases involving his son. It's worth noting that Chaney continued to serve on the bench for three years AFTER being accused.
Judge Chaney also got off with just a slap on the back of the hands! NOT surprising…

3. On September 13, 2018, a federal judge ruled Alabama's bail system discriminatory under the premise that jailing people who cannot afford bail is unconstitutional. These Cullman judges INTENTIONALLY set the bail too high.

Anonymous said...

4. How many Cullman Law Enforcement Officers, attorneys, and government public officials/employees have been accused of accepting bribes, mismanaging/stealing funds, or corruptly interfering with investigations? There have also been countless complaints from Cullman County citizens about how these public officials/employees have accepted money or other kickbacks to erase arrest records, deny protection orders, corrupt crime scene investigations etc. (I wonder how many complaints were ignored by the police department before something was actually done?)
(I hate that he lost his life. Killing attorneys or judges who wrongfully accuse or convict is NEVER the answer. It’s claimed that the murderer had mental issues. Unfortunately, if this man was indeed wrongfully accused/convicted of a crime that he didn’t commit, I can see how it could lead to mental issues or worsen pre-existing mental issues.) (The article stated that Sheriff Gentry said that he does not believe someone from Cullman is dispersing the literature. Really Mr. Gentry?)
Cullman is well-known for its VERY long history of racism and its KKK. Does anyone remember the little black boy from Childhaven Orphanage who was the first black child to attend school in Cullman? I do! His name was Virgil Threatt. The KKK protested and lined the doors of East Elementary. Strange how you can’t pull up any online archives about it and what that poor child went through. I failed to mention that this happened in the early 80’s not the 50’s. What about the cross burnings and signs posted in Cullman warning black people not to enter Mr. Gentry?

Anonymous said...


If you have deep pockets you can buy your way out of anything!

Dr. Gregory Windham was arrested by the Cullman Police Department for a DUI. His arrest made The Cullman Times the next day.
Dr. Windham was held overnight in jail at the police station. He left the “drunk tank” the next morning and drove straight to the hospital, took a shower in the doctor’s locker room, put on hospital scrubs, and performed surgeries that were scheduled for him early that morning. A family member just so happened to be reading The Cullman Times in the waiting room, while Dr. Windham was performing surgery on their loved one back in the OR. After reading the article in the Cullman Times, the family member was LIVID (openly pitched a fit in the waiting room) about how he was operating after being in the drunk tank all night.
It’s alleged that Dr. Windham paid the Cullman Police Department a very hefty fee to erase his arrest record so that he didn’t have to submit his DUI to the medical board. It was rumored that he even admitted paying off the police department to get rid of his arrest record after a nurse was talking about getting out of a speeding ticket that she received because her husband had a friend who was a police officer. After the hospital incident with the LIVID family, The Cullman Times news article was soon erased from reading it online. Apparently, ANYONE can be bought off in Cullman!
In the police report, it was documented that he refused a sobriety test, cussed out, and verbally threatened the arresting police officers. It was even documented that Dr. Windham mentioned that they (arresting officers) better hope that they didn’t end up in the ER if they were ever injured (basically alluding to how he’d let them suffer or die).
Even though his police report may have “disappeared” from the police department, there’s still a copy that’s been placed in safe hands. 😉

5. It was also rumored that a former employee who worked for Dr. Windham at Surgical Arts, P.C. confided in a friend about some illegal issues that were transpiring at the facility. She told her friend that she planned on meeting with Dr. Windham’s wife to make her aware of what all had been transpiring. It was the last time that she would hear from her friend because she was found dead with a bullet to the back of the head. She told me that her death was somehow ruled a “suicide”.

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1. The Surgery Center of Cullman (in which Dr. Windham was CEO of at the time and one of the largest SCC stockholders in) was found guilty of sexual harassment. Dr. Windham was well aware of the traumatizing work environment that employees were subjected to. The doctors who worked there owned 75% of the facility, while SCA owned a mere 25%. Therefore, they ran that surgery center like a frat house. They did as they pleased because they didn’t have to answer to anyone, but themselves. I personally believe that their harassment, threats, and assaults were intentionally “over the top” so that nobody would actually believe that it happened. Dr. Windham ignored employee complaints and covered for Dr. Kevin Johnson.

2. Prior to the above Surgery Center of Cullman lawsuit, it is rumored that a former SCC employee alleged that she had proof of countless cases of Medicaid fraud that transpired at the facility. While she was still employed at the center, she met with Rusty Turner (who was a Cullman attorney at the time. He’s now a district judge in Cullman) to review her allegations of a harassment, hostile work environment, and evidence of Medicaid fraud. The former employee told a friend that she was devastated by Mr. Turner’s response. She claimed that he told her that he couldn’t take her case on because of who all was involved in it and didn’t know of ANY attorney in Cullman who would accept her case. She also alleged that he warned her that if she decided to seek legal counsel outside of Cullman, that the Cullman court system “didn’t take too kindly to outsiders”. Shortly after her meeting with Mr. Turner, she alleged that the hostile work environment worsened for her. The poor lady feared for her safety, felt as though she was fighting a losing battle, quit her job, and gave up legal pursuit.

Why on earth would Cullman County’s law enforcement need $5.8M in military equipment whenever the population and crime rates didn’t support it? Do your research and connect the dots folks…

This article is insulting and laughable at the same time. Sure they received a clean audit… 😉

I’ve never been able to understand how Cullman has managed to fly under the F.B.I. radar for as long as they have and it is past time for it to come to an end!

Best of luck fighting Cullman’s corruption Mr. Kowshowsky and don’t give up the fight!

Although I have little faith in this F.B.I hotline because they waited decades to implement one… here you go: