Looking guiltier by the secondSheriff Tim Hutchison has said that a law was broken when the e-mails that Tyler Harber allegedly hacked into were distributed. He seems to imply that he knows who broke the law.
What does Ragsdale's lackey Van de Vate say about all of this?
"The district attorney general, who is the highest law enforcement authority in the county, has reviewed this matter repeatedly and found nothing wrong. This is nothing more than political shenanigans..."
The reason that this hasn't been pursued is because Randy Nichols is a weakling and a wimp. He refuses to engage in anything remotely controversial, which investigating Ragsdale would certainly be that. The Mayor's office acts as though the DA's refusal to act should be enough to let them off the hook. Of course, even if Nichols were not so standoffish, it doesn't mean that there is innocence here if he refuses to act, it merely means that he refuses to act.
That doesn't mean that the Commission does not have the power to investigate. What does Mike Ragsdale have to hide that he, Arms, Van de Vate and the rest of that gang are trying so hard to avoid a look into all of this? If he is innocent and angelic as he claims, I would think he would be chomping at the bit for an investigation, because it makes his opposition look bad without him having to do a thing. Instead, Ragsdale is trying to make his opposition look bad while trying to get the Commission off his case. He looks guiltier by the second.
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