Friday, November 16, 2012

What happens when you get caught with your pants down?

As many people who follow the news and Liberty Dispatch know, some of the corrupt public officials in Liberty County feel entitled to break the law when it is convenient for them.  There are two definite standards of legal accountability in Liberty County, one which applies to the corrupt in power and one which applies to the rest of us.  Let’s start by saying that there are many great political figures in Liberty County, an example is our District/County panel of Judges.  An example of corrupt officials in Liberty County is County Attorney Wes Hinch and Pct. 4 Commissioner Norman Brown, to name a few.

In Norman Brown’s case- for over two years we at Liberty Dispatch have been deluged with complaints about Brown’s people driving carelessly and imprudently almost killing people.  When people have called Norman Brown he won't talk to them about their complaints, nor will his people.  This is the legal accountability standard for Brown and his corrupt friends.

Recently, in a Commissioner’s meeting Norman Brown in open court started spouting private medical information about county employees and naming people with cancer and other diseases.  Even Liberty Dispatch contributor Ray Akins has had his medical information splashed across the net and public by corrupt Liberty County officials and the heads of the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office along with the now fired CEC, Jail Corporation.   CEC Jail Warden Timothy New not only publicly divulged private medical information he also allegedly dealt in drugs and a sex ring for the benefit of himself and his corrupt officers.  Further, the irresponsible news media in Liberty County took the illegally disseminated detailed medical  information and regurgitated it to the public.  Some of the offending news media companies have been sued in district and federal court for their tortuous acts.

To top off what Commissioner Norman Brown did by publicly disclosing private medical/HIPPA information, after the commissioners meeting, Brown did just what a corrupt public official would do when caught with his pants down… corrupt Norman Brown told the local media "do not print" what he said.  Only Liberty Dispatch and The Cleveland Advocate had the guts to post the truth.

Liberty Dispatch would like to make it known that Liberty County judge Craig McNair(R) neither agreed with Norman Brown’s actions nor tried to cover up Norman Brown’s legal violations.  Our county judge McNair believes in everyone’s medical and financial privacy – unlike corrupt Public Official Norman Brown.

More lawsuits are sure to follow.

The corruption in Liberty County continues.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Norman Brown is a worm

Anonymous said...

These &hits just dont learn.

Anonymous said...

we've had national leaders caught with their pants down too. Per the US Senate: not a crime! Per the outgoing Sec'y of State: not a divorceable offense. Per one of Jeff Dunham's puppets: they just changed it back to the Lincoln memorial (it was Hooters during the Clinton administration)! and another puppet's wisecrack: saw the Washington monument, and thought that it was the Clinton memorial.

Anonymous said...

This will be Norman Brown's last term as Liberty County Commissioner.

Anonymous said...

Thins kind of behavior is nothing new in Liberty County. The corrupt people mentioned are above the law.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of pants being down. Outsiders champion Dennis Sal was arrested for domestic violence yesterday.

Enjoy jail you piece of ugly crap!

Anonymous said...

Do you mean Dennis Sowell? Details please.

Anonymous said...

He was arrested for beating up his son. Great parent there, huh? He spent the night in jail. When he got out he discovered that his wife had filed for divorce and had requested a restraining order. I guess she is finally seeing him for the slime ball that he really is.

Anonymous said...

Poor Dennis Sowell. Shouldnt beat on his son.

Anonymous said...

Where is ole' Dennis Sowell? Still in jail or tucked tail and left Cleveland? Either way, God is good.

Anonymous said...

everything that was filed was dismissed. It seems that that the filers had decades of dirty laundry of their own.