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.
Somehow Brian A. Stilwell continues to be able to run restaurants in addition to playing top cop. Currently, he is the owner of Texas Steakhouse in Clanton where as of today, he was working the restaurant. Yesterday, an employee of Texas Steakhouse declined comment when asked about Stilwell’s recent arrest.
Brian A. Stilwell’s name also appears as incorporator for a Tallasee, Alabama restaurant: Talisi Grill which has been in operation since 2000. Based upon information at the phone number listed for the Talisi Grill’s address, in February 2016, Talisi Grill was sold to another owner and the restaurant name changed to: Rustic Mill Bar-b-que. Another incorporator for the Talisi Grill in addition to Stilwell was D. Corey Manske. Manske is currently employed by the Alabama Department of Transportation as a special agent.
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange seems to be trying to redeem his lack of legal acumen for prosecuting white collar criminals by show boating his prosecution of Brian A. Stilwell.
Regarding the Stilwell prosecution, Luther Strange stated: “Citizens should be able to expect that law enforcement officers will be upstanding pillars of their community and to trust that they will undertake their public duties with integrity.” “Where there are allegations of serious wrongdoing, this office will act strongly to defend the public interest and provide justice for Alabamians.”
Unfortunately, Strange still looks like a soft boiled egg in this instance. How many criminals with 12+ felony indictments are able to bond out on a mere $10,000 pittance bond? How many other criminals including those that assassinated Dothan drug investigator Robert Jackson are still being allowed to roam free as a bird? Strange allegedly fired 2 of his assistant attorneys that were on board investigating the cold case murder of Dothan investigator Robert Jackson. Not a good thing to happen on Strange’s watch, or even his buddy at the time, Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Now it appears many transgressions occur under Luther Strange and Session’s shadows.
ALABAMA WON’T EASILY FORGET THAT LUTHER STRANGE SOLD OUT THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE WHILE STEPPING ON THE FACE OF ANYONE IN HIS WAY TO FAME, GLORY AND WASHINGTON…..
KEEP GRINNING AND GLAD HANDING BIG LUTHER….. ALABAMA KNOWS WHO YOU REALLY ARE…..