Discussion: AL Sheriff Who Pocketed $750k In Inmate Food Funds Defeated In Primary

Here’s as good a guy to blame for gun terrorism as anyone. Treat people like animals and act surprised when they live down to expectations.

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Maybe the good citizens of Alabama have made a joint decision that they really don’t want to be the worst that America has to offer.

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Scott Pruitt is inside his impregnable phone booth first thing this AM, as we sit here now, calling Donald Trump because he wants to hire Todd Entrekin for his new Security Detail. His old chief of Security recently stepped down and Pruitt needs a pro with the right instincts for the job at hand.

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There is a special place in Alabama for this monster.

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He be selling that house now. No slush fund to pay the bills.

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And his photo makes it appear that he spent most of it at McDonald’s …

A good first step. Is there any way to recover the 750K? Seize and sell the beach house?

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He probably has some sweet pension that kicks in and then he’ll go into some “consulting” business with the food or for profit prison industry, so he’ll (unfortunately) land on his feet.

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Nope. It’s totally legal, believe it or not.

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This all good but the LAW needs to be changed. Otherwise you can’t tell one corrupt mofo from another.

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Sounds like he paid it off. He’ll be laying around listening to the surf and fishing. Paying his taxes with his retirement.

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The Alabama sheriff who pocketed $750,000 in inmate food funds and bought himself a $740,000 beach house was voted out of office Tuesday.

Well, that seems harsh.

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I was considering utilities and insurance.

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Oink oink, motherfucker.

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Maybe. But to earn my compliments, the people of Alabama need to elect a legislature that will repeal the absurd law that allowed this thieving sheriff to do it legally. Otherwise, fuck 'em, they deserve what they get.

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Oy. There’s got to be a way to nail the fucker. He didn’t actually supply approved food. That’s fraud, dereliction of duty, therefore misappropriation of funds. The bar for legal behavior can’t be that low.

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Alabama doesn’t bother to approve food to inmates. He got away with it.

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Yeah. And what’s to prevent the next sheriff from doing the same thing? They need to repeal the law that allows sheriffs to do this.

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This actually calls for old west justice…a tall tree and a short rope.

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