I have told you a little about Donly Koshowsky who sits in the Cullman County Jail as I write this blog. At one point Donly was threatened at gunpoint by his previous ex-father-in-law at the city police parking lot (a safe zone) for drop off and pick up. Donly was told by the ex-father-in-law that he would blow his “faggot brains out.” Donly received a police report from the incident. The city told Donly the judge refused to allow a warrant for the father-in-law. Now let me get this straight... This guy pulls a gun on Donly in the Chief of Police’s parking lot, the gun is in the guy's car, there is video, and nobody can get a warrant for this guy?
I'm not saying the magistrate is a Fibber Mcgee but I can't believe that in hearing all the evidence the judge would have denied a warrant that would have protected Donly is this situation.
I tend to trust most local government employees and officials but I am aware that one Magistrate in Cullman was arrested and fired for manipulating a warrant or something to that effect. Though I realize that all magistrates are not bad I just have a hard time believing that any judge was involved in knowingly allowing a man to hold a gun on another man in the City Police parking lot “safe zone” and doing nothing.
You see folks - Donly has made himself heard in Cullman for concerns he has regarding a very sensitive matter. I can't say I would not have done the same if every time I turned around I was being arrested for a misdemeanor. Sometimes it's all about building a case. My question is why have all the judges recused themselves?
It sounds like the ex-daddy-in-law has a hard-on for Donly and somebody is trying to help out within the city of Cullman. If ex-daddy-in-law can't get him one way maybe he can get him for suing him in civil court both in Cullman and Tuscaloosa Counties. Sue for what? How about allegedly taking things from the material home that belonged to him and his wife. So why file two suits? Oh! By the way... Did you know a lot of the stuff that has been claimed stolen was given to others and there are affidavits that prove it?
Arrests made, keep Donly in jail, the more the merrier, have fun with someone's rights. I was asked by the Chief of Police today if I know how bad this guy is. The answer is no, but I understand there are some videos that show there is more than one side to every story. Most folks do not rack up 9, 10, or 11 misdemeanors unless they are desperate and worried. Maybe he is desperately worried about a loved one. The videos, text, and audio that I am concerned with are making me believe that this guy wants to be heard. He believes nobody cares to listen to him so he has acted up, cursed a few cops, and maybe been disrespectful.
In my opinion and according to the text and explicit pictures I've seen he should be worried. A man holds a gun on me ? I kinda take that seriously. What is behind all of this? What's the motivation? I had a conversation with Chief Culpepper today and it sounds like, according to him, Donly is a bad guy.
What I know is that Donly served in the Marines (thank you for your service Donly) and received an honorable discharge. Donly should have a voice, let his evidence be seen, let him show you what he has been through. After seeing a text from a pimp and one of his Donly's family members, I am dang sure concerned. I am concerned about that and a lot of the data I have seen. Once all of the information is revealed to the courts - then maybe Donly can get a fair shake.
I was born and raised in Cullman County. I love the county but sometimes you see things that just don't sound right. I have that feeling about what is going on and with the City Police Chief.