Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Will The “Suspect” In Megan Rondini's Rape Case Attend the Alabama-FSU Game In Atlanta? - Donald V. Watkins 

Will The "Suspect" In Megan Rondini's Rape Case Attend the Alabama-FSU Game In Atlanta?
By Donald V. Watkins
©Copyrighted and Published (via Facebook) on August 30, 2017
Will Terry Jackson "Sweet T" Jackson, the man 20-year-old University of Alabama honors student Megan Rondini identified as the "suspect" in her July 2, 2015, rape case, attend the Alabama-Florida State football game this Labor Day weekend in Atlanta? We do not know for sure, but believe he will. If so, our team of investigators will monitor Sweet T's behavior while he is visiting Atlanta this weekend.
Sweet T escaped prosecution in Megan Rondini's rape case because his family's business, ST Bunn Construction Company, is a mega-donor to the Crimson Tide Foundation and a longtime supporter of the Crimson Tide football program. The Bunn family's wealth and power have made Sweet T a modern-day "untouchable" in Tuscaloosa who enjoys preferential treatment from local law enforcement officials.
Former Montgomery U.S. District Court Judge Mark E. Fuller visited Atlanta in August 2014. He was a high profile physical abuser of women. Even though Fuller regularly and viciously beat both of his two wives, Montgomery police would never arrest him for domestic violence when they were called to his residence by the victims. Fuller's status and power as a federal judge made him a modern-day "untouchable" in Montgomery.
In August 2014, Fuller made the mistake of severely beating his second wife Kelli during a visit to the city. He was arrested at the downtown Ritz-Carlton Hotel on domestic violence charges. His mugshot appears below. Judge Fuller was prosecuted on his criminal charge and eventually entered a court-ordered domestic abuse program.
Alabama public officials, including disgraced former governor Robert Bentley, initially tried to support Judge Fuller. These officials worked hard to prevent Fuller from losing his lifetime presidential appointment as a federal judge.
Following a special series of investigative articles on my Facebook page in 2014 and 2015 that exposed Fuller's (a) aggravated wife-beating conduct, (b) sexual escapades with a young female law clerk in his courthouse chambers, and (c) propensity to get high on illegally obtained prescription pills while presiding over courtroom trials, Fuller resigned his federal judgeship on August 1, 2015.
I believe Atlanta police will arrest Sweet T if he breaks any criminal laws in the city. I also believe state prosecutors in Atlanta will indict and prosecute Sweet T if he commits a rape or any other state law felonies in the city. Unlike the safe haven created for Sweet T in Tuscaloosa by Sheriff Ron Abernathy, a rape "suspect" cannot "buy" freedom from criminal prosecution in Atlanta with skybox tickets to a Crimson Tide football game.

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