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Friday, July 07, 2017

In Megan Rondini's case, public officials indefensible conduct caused a young, 20-year old victim of an alleged 34-year old serial rapist to commit suicide. This is unforgivable. Donald V. Watkins


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Donald V. Watkins It always amazes me when public officials try to defend indefensible conduct. In Megan's case, their indefensible conduct caused a young, 20-year old victim of an alleged 34-year old serial rapist to commit suicide. This is unforgivable. The public officials who betrayed and failed Megan in exchange for dirty campaign money have to go to jail in order to preserve and promote the rule of law. Was justice obstructed in Megan's case? Yes. Did Sheriff Ron Abernathy and DAs Lyn Head and Hays Web render "honest government services" to Megan in this case? No. Did Abernathy, Head, and Webb betray or fail Megan? Yes, repeatedly. Did money change hands between the Bunn family and Abernathy, Head, and Webb at the relevant periods of time in Megan's case? Yes. Can "justice" for rich and privileged members of Tuscaloosa's oligarchy be purchased from local law enforcement officials involved in Megan's case? Yes. No PR spin coming out of Sheriff Abernathy's office will change the answers to these questions.

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