Gov. Robert Bentley said today emails about state business he sent or received over a private account are public record and will be made available if requested correctly.
Bentley is Hillary Clinton.
The question was in reference to a report on AL.com that the governor’s office denied a public records request for emails sent over a private account.
“They are a public record and in fact, whoever wrote the article does not know how to ask for the material. If they would ask for it properly they could get the material,” Bentley replied.
“All of that is public record. All they have to do is go and ask the person who either sent the email that’s public or received an email from me, and they can get it. That’s public record.
“Nothing is being hidden. Everything is open. All they have to do is access it properly.”
An investigation is underway after a Hoover resident captured a police officer giving him “the bird.”
Brian May posted the photo on Facebook earlier today and included this statement with the photo: “I wasn’t going to post this and just let it go but after careful consideration I decided to do so. Please be patient for its length. After arriving for morning run at Veterans Park near my neighborhood in Hoover, I noticed an officer pull next to me and just stare in my direction. Didn’t think anything of it, just got my run in and came back.”
“As I came back to my car, I noticed he was standing behind my car taking down my # (mind you my car was 1 of 25 or 30 in the parking lot). Cool, no big deal, I’m legal. So I decided to take a picture of him and this is what I got ‘THE BIRD. Really Hoover, I thought we were better than this.”
Efforts reach May for comment weren’t immediately successful, but his post is making the rounds on Facebook.
Hoover police spokesman Capt. Gregg Rector issued this statement tonight: “This afternoon our department was made aware of a social media (Facebook) posting with a photo attached. The picture appears to show an officer sitting in a police Tahoe, possibly making an inappropriate hand gesture. We believe this incident occurred approximately one week ago at Veteran’s Park on Valleydale Road. We are investigating this situation and attempting to identify the officer. We have also talked with the citizen who posted the photo and he has been very helpful, assisting us in our efforts. ”
“If the information posted is indeed accurate, this is certainly unacceptable conduct and will not be tolerated,” Rector said in the statement. “Our department works very hard to earn the reputation of being professional in all that we do. We will do everything possible to identify this officer and address the situation promptly and appropriately.”
The shopper — a young, African-American male who identified himself as Ebony Belcher to local news outlets — reportedly passed the security guard on his way into the women’s restroom at a Giant grocery store in Northeast D.C.
After seeing Belcher walk into the women’s restroom, the security guard followed him in and ordered the man to leave. When he refused, the security guard had to physically escort him out of the women’s restroom.
Upon leaving the store, Belcher called police to have the security guard arrested. D.C. police confirmed to NBC4 Washington that the woman was arrested and charged with simple assault. D.C. police told TheDC that they are treating the incident as a “suspected hate crime.”
Belcher told NBC4 that the security guard told him: “You guys cannot keep coming in here and using our women’s restroom. They did not pass the law yet.”
The law doesn’t matter and neither do your actual words…
No difference between Trump and Hillary?
Hillary Clinton: We’ve got to go after this. And, here again, the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment.
Donald Trump has a huge delegate problem.
Nine days after it was revealed that a white-nationalist leader had been made a California delegate for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, a Maryland delegate was indicted for illegal transport of explosives, illegal possession of a machine gun, and child pornography offenses.
According to the U.S. Justice Department, 30-year-old Caleb Andrew Bailey, of Waldorf, Maryland, used a minor to produce kiddie porn between March 2015 to January 2016. (Bailey faces a maximum of 10 years for the explosives and firearm, and 30 years for the child porn.) A spokeswoman at U.S. Attorney’s Office in Maryland told The Daily Beast Thursday afternoon that Bailey is currently still “in federal custody.”
No concern: Hillary Clinton’s husband flew on a plane with a pedophile 26 times, they were flying to a private island stocked with underage girls.. The plane had a bed for having sex with underage women and was called the “Lolita Express.”
Former President Bill Clinton was a much more frequent flyer on a registered sex offender’s infamous jet than previously reported, with flight logs showing the former president taking at least 26 trips aboard the “Lolita Express” — even apparently ditching his Secret Service detail for at least five of the flights, according to records obtained by FoxNews.com.
Clinton’s presence aboard Jeffrey Epstein’s Boeing 727 on 11 occasions has been reported, but flight logs show the number is more than double that, and trips between 2001 and 2003 included extended junkets around the world with Epstein and fellow passengers identified on manifests by their initials or first names, including “Tatiana.” The tricked-out jet earned its Nabakov-inspired nickname because it was reportedly outfitted with a bed where passengers had group sex with young girls.
Compare the coverage.
The media is completely objective..
Huntsville continues to lead the growth in Alabama, according to new Census estimates released today, adding more than 10,000 residents since 2010. That’s more than any other city in the state.
At the current rate of growth, Huntsville would pass Birmingham as the state’s largest city within 15 years.
“I’m not worried about being biggest,” said Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle when told about the new estimates, “I just want to make sure we keep giving a good quality of life.”
In Alabama, there are only four major cities, each hovering on either side of 200,000 people. And among these four, Montgomery is shrinking, while Mobile and Birmingham have been essentially stable since 2010.
Meanwhile, the new estimates for city populations in 2015 show growth in Huntsville picking up, as the city added 2,377 of those new residents from 2014 to 2015.
“You have to grow as a city to be a successful, healthy city,” said Battle, but added: “That’s a fine line to make sure your community grows but you don’t outgrow your infrastructure.”
And while Huntsville grew the most since 2010, it didn’t grow the fastest.
A 5-year-old Colorado girl was suspended on Monday for bringing a gun – that blows bubbles – to school.
The kindergarten student’s mother, Emma, told KDVR-TV she was shocked over the punishment. She said she didn’t know her daughter had brought the toy to school.
“If they had contacted me and said can you make sure this doesn’t happen again, we just want you to be aware, I think that would have been a more appropriate way to handle the situation. Could we have a warning? It blows bubbles,” she said.
Southeast Elementary School in Brighton, Colo. released a statement about the incident, saying the “suspension is consistent with our district policy as well as how Southeast has handled similar situations throughout this school year.
This has involved similar situations where students have brought items such as Nerf guns to school and also received one-day suspensions,” the statement read. “The bringing of weapons, real or facsimile, to our schools by students can not only create a potential safety concern but also cause a distraction for our students in the learning process. Our schools, particularly Southeast because of past instances with students bringing fake weapons to school, make a point of asking parents to be partners in making sure students are not bringing these items to school. This includes asking parents to check backpacks.”
Cinemark won’t have to pay victims of the 2012 mass shooting…
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