BCSO - HOW TO BECOME SHERIFF

BCSO - HOW TO BECOME SHERIFF

First I would like to thank all the people who have warned me of retaliation that I may receive for writing the truth about BCSO and Sheriff Mack. Let me assure you that I have talked with the Attorney General’s office, FBI and other federal officials. I not only talked with them but provided documents. In addition we have talked with CNN, Investigative reporters, not in Alabama, Netflix and several producers that may be interested in a documentary.
SHUFFLING THE DECK

SHUFFLING THE DECK

Finally! For multiple reasons, Sheriff Hoss Mack is retiring. It could be the Federal investigation, the internal investigation, wrongful conviction, federal Lawsuit of Johnathan Victor and a myriad of internal problems within BCSO involving morals, accountability, transparency and of course the GOB, Good ole Boy culture that permeates the entire department. Now is the time for the deputies to put forward who they want as Sheriff. Mack had Andre set up for the position however Andre could not keep his pants up.
Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th of July

When your loyalty to a felon is greater than your love for your country, you are the problem.

Hanky Panky at the Po Po

Baldwin Countian of the Year 2023 (Nappie Awards), Commander of the Major Crimes Unit, and supervisor over Criminal Investigations CID, Public Relations, and Forensics… Captain Andre Reid was accused of having an affair with a subordinate. He has denied the allegations but the Ripp Report is awash with anonymous sources who seem to know a lot about the details of this and other instances of cover given to people in the “Sheriff’s Circle of Protection”.
Wrongful Conviction Fairhope, Baldwin County

Wrongful Conviction Fairhope, Baldwin County

Many people have seen the movie Just Mercy, a true story of the wrongful conviction of Walter McMillan, Baldwin County, Alabama. A second case that parallels the Just Mercy story is that of Murray Lawrence Jr, Fairhope, Alabama, Baldwin County. This case involves the Judge, Prosecutor and Sheriff, lead investigator at the time of withholding evidence from the defense, an inefficient police investigation. Please take a few minutes and review the links below, they will inform you of the facts of the wrongful conviction.
PO PO Hoss Mack CCUO

PO PO Hoss Mack CCUO

The good sheriff deputies at the Baldwin County Sheriff Office are fed up with their CCUO, Chief Cover up officer, Sheriff Mack. Mack has a colorful past of cover ups involving sheriff deputies and high ranking officers, sexual misconduct, missing evidence, incompetent investigations, traffic accidents, homicides, etc. This is the opportunity to expose the truth about what a good ole boy club the sheriff’s office is. FEEL FREE Please comment.
Hanky Panky by the Po Po

Hanky Panky by the Po Po

It seems the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department has internal hanky panky problems. One of the top officers in the Sheriff’s Department has been having a little extra curricular activity with a subordinate female employee, who is married to a fellow officer. No official action by the sheriff has been taken, in fact, looks like it’s covered up from the public. Why should we care? Because the Sheriff’s Department is well known for cover ups.
MEMORIAL DAY

MEMORIAL DAY

Memorial day is a day of remembrance of those who have died in service to our country. It is also the day that survived, ask why them and not me?
BACKPEDALING FAUXHOPE

BACKPEDALING FAUXHOPE

The backwards backpedaling Fauxhope City Council had to eat crow when it came to eliminating public participation at council meetings. Of course the matter of free speech and public participation was front and center when they denied yours truly the right to speak. The public outcry was resounding and the council got the message loud and clear. Councilman Jack Burrell threw Councilman Martin under the bus. Jack said he was surprised to see the item on the agenda.
FAIRHOPE FREE YEAR

FAIRHOPE FREE YEAR

I bet only 1 or 2 % of the voters in Fairhope know that not one city council person, the mayor or the appointed municipal attorney and municipal judge have been elected or appointed for there 5th year in office. The Alabama legislature thought it necessary to postpone municipal elections in 2024 due to the presidential election. A free year in office, full family insurance and the ability to make decisions for Fairhope’s future, without a single vote cast.