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Friday, July 2, 2010: 9:11 pm
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Tuesday, July 6, 2010: 1:29 pm
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That article states exactly what has happened to Sgt. Whitley. He was an excellent police officer who was ridding our streets of drug scum, he got set up, and now his brass at his department have turned their backs on him. He also made the county prosecutor & a county judge mad with a letter he sent them about Mr. Mayfield getting off completely free on his drunk driving charge & this is their payback to him.
Prayerfully Sgt. Whitley will prevail in all of this injustice! God bless him & his family.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010: 3:08 pm
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|The only question left to ask is this.|
Will his fellow officers and his superior make the choice of honor and stand up and tell the truth or will they just be happy to become part of the dishonorable scum like the druggie lawyers who are part of the drug crime this town in engulfed with ? Will they let him go to jail in silence.? His honor will prevent him from telling the whole story because in doing so he will get his trainers in trouble and many others. He is willing to go to jail as a sacrifice for even those who would let him do it.
To all those on the Mooresville police force and those in the prosecutors office I say this. Our Father in Heaven who has given you free will to make your decisions is waiting to see what you do.
Their may be those who know the complete truth of this matter who will, in the end, make it known, in writing and on-line including all the players and all their names. This man of extreme character that risked his life fighting the county drug lords and their lawyers may have to much honor to tell the whole story but he may have some around him that probably won't let it happen without everyone knowing the truth.
We do have some good judges in this county that will not allow such a setup by the drug cartel and their partners who protect them get by with a travesty like this. I also believe we have some honorable department personal who won't be able to sleep if they don't speak out.
This is the kind of stuff they do stories on Fox but not something you think you would see our local officials involved with. Mooresville is a far more dangerous place since this man of God had to stop doing the dangerous undercover operations on behalf of this town.
I'll ask again.
Will his fellow officers and his superior make the choice of honor and stand up and tell the truth ? Will they just be happy to become part of the dishonorable scum like the cartels and their protectors who are part of the drug crime this town in engulfed with ?
Will they let him go to jail in silence as a sacrifice for them ?
Our Father in Heaven who has given you free will to make your decisions is waiting to see what you do.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010: 11:33 pm
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I appreciate you taking up for Tom, but you really are clueless of the magnitude of what he did. It's a shame, I wish him well. Bottom line, as a police officer your integrity is everything. Tom made a huge mistake, it cannot and will not be fixed. His word now means nothing. Pray that he has learned from his mistake, and moves on. As much as Mayfield is an ass, he had nothing to do with this. Tom fell on his own sword.
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