Counting votes is essentially a simple process; except when so much rides on the outcome such as protecting the status quo of illegal judicial terror as is ongoing in Houston, County, AL.
I have previously written about what appears to be Carla Woodall’s part in jury rigging and throwing court cases for ethics violator, DA Doug Valeska in his campaign to jail Dothan’s young black men. When you have 6 out of 12 jurors on a fraudulent case being prosecuted by Valeska who are friends of Valeska or work for the city then something is wrong.
Carla Woodall and her husband (Call Bob) have as it appears, profited from Carla’s position as Circuit Clerk. Million dollar properties falling into their laps for a single dollar, trips with Dothan Mayor Mike Schmidt to China, the largess they have received since Carla took office is unconscionable.
As for demanding a recount of any election in Houston County. The only ones that can ask for a recount in an election in Houston County is the stacked deck Houston County Republican party board.
There is no accountability in Houston County.
Why was Will Matthew’s name even on the ballot as a Republican candidate? Was this done to throw off the intended vote count? Matthews barely made it 2 weeks as a candidate, yet he made it onto the official ballot.
Wouldn’t it be the Clerk of Court’s job to insure that those running for office were correctly placed on the ballot?
Citizens of Houston County are being held hostage by a very select few…..
What would if elected, Pat Jones who has no experience in prosecuting criminal cases, do if and when current D.A. Doug Valeska and possibly his sidekick and Jones running mate; Maxwell are indicted for their corrupt practices? Who is going to teach Jones how to run a slanted District Attorney office for his buddies? A DA’s office where it appears if you are young, black and found hanging from a tree; it is just another “suicide” in Houston County.
Opinion: I know how Carla Woodall “works” and I wouldn’t trust her to tell me if the sun was shining…..
The Department of Justice can’t get to Alabama fast enough in my opinion.