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Melvin P Thorp says:
December 8, 2009 at 10:18 am
It is really amazing how this story has grown. It stated off with sexual misconduct allegations against Richard Jackson that has apparently lead to the decision of a sitting judge, Judge Knize, to not seek re-election. Now the Ellis County Probation Office has been accused of being involved. What other County and Municipal organizations will be named next? How do they think that they will be allowed to get away are with any corrupt practices when their neighbor just to the north is under Federal orders to clean up their act?
Sooner or later these allocations will come to the notice of State and Federal investigators as well as the media, if it has not happened already. Not only will those individuals who are guilty of misconduct be targeted by the investigators but also those who sit back and say nothing because they either are afraid for their jobs or because they don’t want to get involved or because they are looking for their piece of the corruption pie.
There have been many statements made about the investigations into the charges of sexual misconduct and impropriety and that there appears to be no grounds for these charges. My question is WHO conducted those investigations and what is their relationship with those they are investigating? What would happen if an outside agency were to conduct these same investigations? Would that agency come to the same conclusions?
Statements have been made by people who are in the know about the situation at Kevin’s House that, “where there’s smoke there usually fire.” Fires of this nature usually are very destructive and burn not only the guilty but also those bystanders that are too close to the flames. I pose the question to those who know but are keeping quiet, “Will you be part of the problem or part of the solution?”