Barry Moore - Has The Eagle Landed?Rickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: May 19 2014 12:17 PM
COFFEE COUNTY AL: Recently persons associated with State Representative Barry Moore ( Republican – Coffee County ) has attempted to take me to task over Moore’s indictment and circumstances surrounding the indictment.
RSN covered the alleged false documents submitted to the Enterprise Country Club by Barry Moore. The documents reflected Moore’s address being Birmingham Alabama. That deceptive document was in order to obtain a membership for less money than Moore would have had to pay being a resident of Coffee County.
The answer given by folks alleged in the Moore camp, Moore is a member in good standing with Enterprise Country Club.
GREAT…and that is not the question. Is the document I have a true and accurate copy of your first application to the Enterprise Country Club? If so, you can not be a resident of Birmingham and the Coffee County State Representative.
LEE COUNTY CRIMINAL CASE:
Moore is upset there are advertisements running which state Moore could get 10 years in the Alabama Penitentiary.
SORRY, but Representative Moore, get over it. The real truth is, you could get 40 years in the Alabama Penitentiary.
Mr. Moore, if you are found guilty, the Judge could want to send a message to other elected officials. The Judge could impose the maximum sentence of 10 years on each offense, consecutive.
Mr. Moore, you face four Class C Felonies, each punishable from one year and one day to 10 years. Should the Judge desire, he could sentence you to 10 years on each case, and order you to serve the first 10 years before you begin the second 10 years, and so on.
The advertisement running is partially correct.
2. Criminal Offenses
Mr. Moore, your charges are, you lied. There will be a transcript of your testimony before the Grand Jury. Then the prosecution will have to prove your answer was a lie.
The burden of proof is on that of the prosecution. Mr. Moore, you have no burden and can sit there and be quiet the entire trial.
A real simple case, your testimony, under oath before a court reporter. And apparently tapes where you have said otherwise.
3. Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard
Mr. Moore, it seems you are blaming others as being after you. And that might be correct.
Mr. Moore, I have been in your shoes of people after me. In fact, I was arrested for Perjury by,, in my opinion, a corrupt Police Chief allowed to act by a Mayor and City Manager. I went to a trial with an out of town Judge from Escambia County Alabama. That Judge threw the charges out because the City of Dothan could not prove their case.
Speaker Hubbard has a lot of smoke and fire surrounding him. You decided to lay in bed with the Speaker. ( LAY IN BED is figuratively and not actually ). Therefore, that has caught you in the web.
Regardless of what has brought us to this point, you either: (1) make a decision not to answer the questions on the grounds of incrimination, or (2) tell the truth if you do answer the questions.
Regardless of what has brought this investigation, you hooked your horse to Speaker Hubbard. But your laying blame, look in the mirror for the right place to blame.
4. Campaign Donations
The Speaker of the House, Mike Hubbard, is named in your indictment. The Speaker is hooked at the wallet with Former Alabama Governor Bob Riley.
Reports are Riley and Hubbard are funneling campaign money to you for your legal bills.
I have a sincere question: Is the money bribing a witness or hush money for you not to turn evidence against them? Those donations seem mighty strange.
You know Ronnie Gilley was placed in jail or telling Jarrod Massey, “The eagle is about to land”.
Mr. Moore, as far as Riley and Hubbard goes, it looks as if the EAGLE HAS LANDED.
Code of Alabama
(a) The definitions in Sections 13A-10-1 and 13A-10-60 are applicable in this article unless the context otherwise requires.
(b) The following definitions are also applicable in this article:
(1) SWEARS FALSELY and FALSE SWEARING. The making of a false statement under oath required or authorized by law, or the swearing or affirming the truth of such statement previously made, which the declarant does not believe to be true. A false swearing in a subscribed written instrument shall not be deemed complete until the instrument is delivered by its subscriber, or by someone acting in his behalf, to another person with intent that it be uttered or published as true.
(2) MATERIAL. A statement is "material," regardless of the admissibility of the statement under the rules of evidence, if it could have affected the course or outcome of the official proceeding. It is no defense that the declarant mistakenly believed the falsification to be immaterial. Whether a falsification is material in a given factual situation is a question of law.
(3) OATH. Such term includes an affirmation and every other mode authorized by law of attesting to the truth of that which is stated. For the purposes of this article, written statements shall be treated as if made under oath if:
a. The statement was made on or pursuant to form bearing notice, authorized by law, to the effect that false statements made therein are punishable; or
b. The statement recites that it was made under oath, the declarant was aware of such recitation at the time he made the statement and intended that the statement should be represented as a sworn statement, and the statement was in fact so represented by its delivery or utterance with the signed jurat of an officer authorized to administer oaths appended thereto.
(4) REQUIRED OR AUTHORIZED BY LAW. An oath is "required or authorized by law" when the use of the oath is provided for by statute or municipal ordinance.
(5) OFFICIAL PROCEEDING. Any proceeding heard before any legislative, judicial, administrative or other government agency or official authorized to hear evidence under oath.
(6) JURAT. A clause wherein a notary public or other attesting officer authorized by law to administer oaths in connection with affidavits, depositions and other subscribed written instruments certifies that the subscriber has appeared before him and sworn to the truth of the contents thereof.
(Acts 1977, No. 607, p. 812, §4901.)
Perjury in the first degree.
(a) A person commits the crime of perjury in the first degree when in any official proceeding he swears falsely and his false statement is material to the proceeding in which it is made.
(b) Perjury in the first degree is a Class C felony.
(Acts 1977, No. 607, p. 812, §4905.)
Providing false statements relating to any matter under investigation; penalties.
(a) Any person who knowingly commits any of the following in any matter under investigation by the Attorney General, or a prosecutor or investigator of his or her office, upon conviction shall be guilty of a Class C felony:
(1) Falsifying, concealing, or covering up a material fact by any trick, scheme, or device.
(2) Making a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation.
(3) Making or using a false writing or document, knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent entry.
(4) Destroying, concealing, or secreting any document or other physical evidence.
(b) Conviction, arrest, or prosecution of the matter originally under investigation is not a prerequisite to conviction under this section.
(Act 2011-574, p. 1219, §2.)