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Re: “Prosecutor: Two schemed to set up School Board member


Ross didn't miss the point. Nellums nor Clark were not accused of sending any video or notifying the media, that job clearly appears to have been done by the Bennett fellow, and other board members. How did the board members get the video. Records show that the board members contacted the Sherriff's department.

Bennett on the other hand claims to have known Nellums for years. Here's where you and many like you are bringing this injustice perpetrated by the Sherriff's office and the Prosecutor to the light. The Sherriff and the Prosecutor are stating an "allegation by Bennett as fact." Phone records prove people talk to each other, they don't prove people commit any crimes. By the way, who is the Bennett guy and what makes him so credible. He claims a meeting with them but what proof does he offer of that alleged meeting. Did he receive any payment for this terrible deed from the alleged perpetrators ? Truly he received some compensation to go along with the immunity package he got for dealing with the Sherriff and the prosecutor. Williams ought to sue him.......

And corroborating evidence by a "undercover PI who films adults cheating on their spouses in clandestine meetings for a living." He'll get ripped a new one in court. And these two main actors are the star witnesses for the prosecution. FYI, No face to face meeting between any of the parties except for Bennett and the video producer are recorded. This smells to high heaven. Like nasty politics.

Neither the star of the video (the Bennett fellow) nor the producer have any credibility. If Nellums and Clark are wise, they'll have their attorneys getting ready to sue the sherriff's office, and the Prosecutor.

Jegley would have been better served by passing on this one. After all he passed on a chance to prosecute Williams for theft in a land deal just a few years ago.....I bet you didn't know that did you?

Posted by Sdono4board on 05/22/2011 at 11:46 AM


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