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Threats issued, warning shots fired in stand over ethics of Ethics Commission

Rickey Stokes

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Posted by: RStokes
Date: Aug 12 2017 7:01 AM

NOTE:     As you read this article when "Judge Fielding" makes threats against Tankersly. Well Judge, you have your attorney file the lawsuit and I will pay the filing fee for you to file suit against Tankersly. You see I have been told the Alabama Ethics Commission is corrupt. So give a case number, the authority to issue subpoenas for records and the power to take depositions.

Then we can get to the truth.

So Judge...time to put up or shut up

You know things are getting real when the big guns come out.

And they're blazing now.

So things are real.

After Alabama Ethics Commission member Stewart Hill Tankersley unloaded on fellow commissioners last week, describing how his peers have too often been a barrier to ethical behavior rather than standard-bearers for it, the safeties came off.

Jim Pratt, a Birmingham lawyer representing Ethics Commission Chairman Jerry Fielding, wrote a fiery letter to Tankersley demanding that he "cease and desist from making false, defamatory, and reckless statements and allegations that impugn Judge Fielding's character and integrity in violation of the laws of the State of Alabama."


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