Does SCOTCH Affect Governor's TransparencyRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Jan 31 2023 9:11 AM
ALABAMA: Just 14 days after Kay Ivey, AKA Me Maw, placed her hand on the HOLY BIBLE and took her final oath as Governor of the Great State of Alabama, Governor Ivey along with the Alabama Department of Corrections and Alabama Pardons and Pardon are releasing 400 inmates from the Alabama Department of Corrections.
The Alabama Department of Parole and Probation has refused to grant parole for inmates.
At this time it is unclear of Me Maw gave the nod before SCOTCH time or after SCOTCH time.
The nature of offenses the 369 were convicted of range from possession of marijuana and theft to robbery and murder. The majority were set to end their sentences this year, many of them in the next few months.
According to a notice obtained by AL.com from the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles and the Alabama Department of Corrections – which noted it was not to be released to the media – inmates will be released from correctional facilities around the state.
Just last week Alabama Governor Kay Ivey said the Governor was going to be "transparent".
Does SCOTCH cloud your transparency?