While Ethan Was Held In Captavity Underground Attorney General Was In New OrleansRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Feb 21 2013 9:06 AM
MONTGOMERY: Last Wednesday the Chief Law Enforcement of the State of Alabama Luther Strange and I encountered each other in a rstaurant and bar in Montgomery Alabama.
Strange made the comment about the article I wrote that he was in New Orleans and he said that I was putting out in accurate iinformation. Strange's comments were because I said while young 5 year old Ethan was being help in captavity Strange was in New Orleans. In New Orleans where Mardi Grau and the Super Bowl were being held.
Strange took offense to my comments leading me to believe that he was not in New Orleans.
HOWEVER, a reader found a press release on the web site of Alabama Luther Strange that stated where he was at.
Young Ethan was captured and held in an underground bunker beginning January 29 through February 4, 2013. The Chief Law Enforcement Officer of Alabama, Luther Strange, was in New Orleans. Strange NEVER contacted Dale County authorities while they were fighting to save a 5 year old child from a killer's hands. Yet Alabama Governor Robert Bentley took the time to personnally call Dale County authorities. But Strange is/was spending his time on the electronic bingo. Which is far more important - New Orleans or a 5 year old child held underground by a killer who had just killed a school bus driver?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 29, 2013
ATTORNEY GENERAL LUTHER STRANGE ATTENDS
BP GUILTY PLEA HEARING IN NEW ORLEANS
(MONTGOMERY)— Today, BP pleaded guilty to 14 criminal charges under federal law, including charges for manslaughter and obstruction of Congress. Attorney General Luther Strange, who attended the hearing in New Orleans, noted that BP’s conviction and sentence “moves us one step closer to getting justice for the citizens of Alabama.”
BP’s sentence sets aside millions of dollars to restore Alabama’s coast. General Strange noted, however, that “the State of Alabama’s claims for economic and natural resource damages were not resolved by today’s conviction.” Alabama’s economic claims, among others, are currently set for trial in New Orleans on February 25, 2013.
“I will continue devoting my time to holding BP and the other responsible parties fully accountable for the devastation they wrought on Alabama’s environment and our economy. I look forward to presenting Alabama’s case that BP was grossly negligent when we have our day in court next month.”