We received information from a confidential source within the month, regarding a party of interest living too close to a Thorsby School; a party that was alleged to be a sexual predator. Jeffery Seagle was arrested this week for failing to register as a sexual predator and living too close to a Thorsby School. Seagle had moved from Prattville to Chilton County. We haven’t had the opportunity to pull all of Seagle’s criminal record, but allegedly some of his prior criminal records have vanished into thin air. He was previously imprisoned for sexual assault of an 11 year old female.
Dothan politicians used funds to pay a videographer to portray the town in a favorable light, just as they have paid others to do same. If it was so great, no paid video would have been necessary. This video does not portray the real Dothan. Dothan is a town run on the back of protected illegal drug trade. Police, politicians and courts protect the main income: illegal drug trafficking. Move there to your detriment; they will steal your soul, your money and everything you hold dear.
If it was up to Stop Judicial Corruption Alabama, a special Grand Jury should have been convened over a year ago. As for Alabama’s cold case investigative units. Somehow we feel their job is to insure cold cases are kept just that way…COLD. Too many questionable murders and “suicides” are covered up by the good old boy investigative network. For there to be cover ups, someone important to them or on the inside track, must be a suspect.
Brian A. Stilwell, former Chilton County Police Chief, in his second round of charges within the last 2 years, was indicted once again before a Grand jury.This time Stilwell was charged with 12 felonies: two counts of theft of property in the first-degree, nine counts of fraudulent use of a credit or debit card and one count of using his official position for personal gain.
A photo of Sessions with, as the editor of Insider Magazine previously published, parties alleged to have questionable histories.
Baldwin county judge C. JOSEPH NORTON apparently doesn’t want this photo of Senator Jeff Sessions, Dothan Attorney Thomas S. Smith Jr. and Thomas Smith, III to be seen by the public. Continue reading →
We continuously receive information about Sessions and the appearance of his connection to criminal dealings in Alabama. Sessions holds an iron fist control over business, political and judicial dealings within the state. No U.S. attorney goes into the Middle District of Alabama without his approval. He has controlled the placement of at least 3 Federal Judges, all with questionable pasts: Former Judge Mark Fuller, Judge Virginia (Ginny) Granade and Judge Bill Pryor. Fuller, Granade and Pryor were all put into office in a slight of hand, 11th hour appointment, without the usual line of questioning by the senate judiciary committee. Sessions is a member of the Senate Judiciary Commission.