Is Judge Ben Fuller allowing Rebecca Hubbard to remain in the Chilton County jail so that Hubbard can be protected from rapes and abuse that often occur at the hands of Alabama’s correctional officers? Is she receiving preferential treatment? Her attorney David Karn, was allegedly overheard asking her “let me know if you need anything sweetie” when they were last in court; a mighty strange way for a lawyer to address their client.
19th Circuit D.A. Randall Houston and his sidekick C.J. Robinson were up to their necks in preventing Rebecca and her husband David’s case from going to trial. It appears they handed out plea deals like bon bons in order to prevent exploding bombshell evidence to be released in open court such as: that there were possibly other business men and peace officers seeking a little of the minor child sexual offerings that David and Rebecca had indulged with. Others seem to have a proclivity to not only engage in illegal sexual behavior, there were even those that just liked to watch….and Houston, Robinson and Fuller wanted to shut up and shut down any more of the dirty deeds from being exposed.
SJC has received information from some of Hubbard’s victims that they have been harassed by certain peace officers during and after sentencing. We understand they have been followed, had friends and neighbors told blatantly wrong statements about the victims seeking to in some way discredit the victims. Apparently Chilton County wants to protect their law enforcement buddies who got caught.
Randall Houston was so freaked out about information being produced regarding the Hubbard case that David Hubbard’s attorney prepared that Houston and his cronies sought to discredit and professionally assassinate Hubbard’s lawyer. It is understood that Houston even filed a bar complaint against the lawyer, apparently because he knew too much about the many child rapists Houston has allowed to walk away without going to trial (by what appears to be rigged Grand Juries) or by the alleged handoff of substantial amounts of cash to wash the perpetrator clean of his sins.