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.
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.
Information has been forthcoming from credible sources that Chambers County is a very dangerous place. It seems to be the kind of place young lawyers drive out on abandoned roads and commit “suicide”.
SJCA PUTS SUICIDE WITHIN PARENTHESIS BECAUSE DUE TO THE MASSIVE NUMBER OF YOUNG LAWYERS AND BUSINESS MEN IN ALABAMA THAT COMMIT SUICIDE WHEN THEY HAVE LOVELY FAMILIES, WE DON’T BELIEVE SELF MORTIFICATION OCCURRED.
Attorney Brenton Dean is one such lawyer that committed “suicide”. The case is questionable at best due to one of our vetted informants letting us know that Attorney Dean requested money from them in order to allegedly facilitate a payment to Assistant Chambers County D.A. Roland Sledge and Judge Myron Calvin Milford, in order to make their court case disappear.
Information has also been forthcoming that Dean was related to persons allegedly running a massive local illegal meth business.
Breton Dean is just one of many young Alabama attorneys that “committed suicide” or ended up dead after facing “unusual accidents” within the past decade . Do attorney’s who don’t play ball with the corrupt or seek to stop it end up dead?