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Steve Marshall And The Hell With The People Shot and Killed - Just no bingo

Rickey Stokes

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Date: Apr 11 2019 1:33 AM

YOUR ALABAMA ATTORNEY GENERAL STEVE MARSHALL:    


Attorney General Steve Marshall, four gambling facilities were raided by state agents from the AG's office with help from the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation.


 THANK YOU STEVE... all of us in Alabama will "sleep tight tonight" knowing that you used state agents from the AG's office and Alabama State Bureau of Investigation on these bingo machines. And all of the money spent to move, house and store these machines. 


I already have a sense of warmess and safety feeling of what you tied all of these experience vast amount of state law enforcement resources on  in order to protect the citizens of this state.


And I guess I must agree with your tactics Steve, NOT, that while you have all of this vast amount of state agents from the AG's Office and Alabama State Bureau of Investigation, their most important priority in this entire State of Alabama is getting those bingo machines.


Steve, guess I ought to agree with you, the hell with the victims, their families, and the agencies having to investigate these brutal deaths across the state. Who cares, right man? The funeral homes need the business.


As Attorney General, Steve Marshall could care less about the family who lost someone gunned down on the streets in Dothan. 


We must stop this electronic bingo.


Anyone with common sense realizes that electronic bingo is far more important to handle then a 18 year shot and laying in the road, a Birmingham ( Jefferson County ) man shot and killed in a drive by shooting, who cares about a high school altercation between parents, students and police, or finding the man wanted on domestic violence charges - let's just wait for him to beat the ever loving crap out of someone else.


Who cares three people were shot in Lowndes County at the meat market?


The window and glass people, they need the business, so what their glass of their buildings were shot out.


THANK YOU Steve Marshall for taking all of these state agents and putting them on the most important thing in this state, electronic bingo.


Who gives one rat's ass that people are gunned down and killed in the street?


FROM ALABAMA ATTORNEY GENERAL STEVE MARSHALL'S ACTIONS...


He does not care who you kill, just do not play electronic bingo.


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Teen charged in deadly south Huntsville shooting


An 18-year-old is jailed on a capital murder charge in the overnight shooting death of a young woman in south Huntsville, authorities said.


Joseph Earls is held in the Madison County jail in connection with the slaying of 19-year-old Samantha Coyner, Huntsville police confirmed.


Coyner was lying in the road when police were called around midnight to investigate a shooting on Hillwood Drive at Chicamauga Trail. 


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Man killed in southwest Birmingham drive-by shooting







A man was killed in a drive-by shooting Wednesday in southwest Birmingham, police said.


Michael Toney, 23, of Birmingham, was shot as he exited a home on Woodland Avenue Southwest by Lomb Avenue, police said. The suspects were driving by in a dark colored vehicle when they fired at several vehicles and the house Toney was stepping out of around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.


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High School video shows altercation between parent, students, police







Additional security will be on hand at Athens High School this week following an altercation between a parent, students and police that led to a lockdown and arrests on Wednesday.


Superintendent Trey Holladay said the altercation occurred after a group of five seniors were disciplined for an in-class incident that occurred Tuesday, punishment that included 20 days in-school suspension and barring them from the prom and graduation


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Man wanted on multiple domestic violence charges




By WSFA Staff | April 10, 2019 at 8:07 PM CDT - Updated April 10 at 8:07 PM







MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Montgomery Police Department is looking for a man with multiple domestic violence warrants.






According to Central Alabama CrimeStoppers, Morgan Dorsey, 39, is wanted for third degree criminal mischief, violation of the Family Protection Act, fourth degree theft of property, second degree stalking, and aggravated stalking.






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3 shot at Mosses Meat Market Monday afternoon


By WSFA Staff | April 10, 2019 at 4:53 PM CDT - Updated April 10 at 4:53 PM







LOWNDES COUNTY, AL (WSFA) - The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is investigating a shooting in Mosses Monday.






According to Chief Deputy Marcus Green, the shooting happened at around 12:30 p.m. at the Mosses Meat Market on Main Street. Deputies responded and discovered three people had been shot, with one in critical condition.


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Window smashed out of Montgomery’s Salvation Army building







MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Montgomery Police Department is investigating after an unknown person threw something, most likely a rock, through a plate glass window at the Salvation Army building early Wednesday morning.






Police responded to the scene at 900 Maxwell Boulevard around 6 a.m. where they found the large glass window shattered.


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Several gaming halls raided Tuesday in Jefferson County


JEFFERSON COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - State agents raided four electronic gaming halls in Jefferson County Tuesday morning including two in Brighton, one in Graysville, and one in Midfield.




According to the office of Attorney General Steve Marshall, four gambling facilities were raided by state agents from the AG's office with help from the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation.


No further details will be released at this time as the AG’s office says the seizure of the machines happened as part of an ongoing investigation. ( If you knew how much money the State of Alabama has spent on storage of the bingo machines, probably the gas tax hike would not have been needed to fix the roads )




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I feel much safer now that Steve has his priorities in order


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