To “Moon” someone is to turn around and expose your naked backside to them. Butt Naked so to speak. The gesture is an indication of the extreme contempt the “Moon-or” (Sheriff’s Department) has for the “Moon-ee” (Cleveland County Citizens). The dictionary says “Mooning is used in the English-speaking world to express protest, scorn, disrespect, or provocation.” We use the term in this article as a lead in to another article coming soon regarding the School Board. And more!
I have published three recent articles regarding the Sheriff’s Department’s female officer who was caught by a Shelby Police Department officer and charged with DWI, speeding 66 in a 45 zone and fictitious tag. Scroll on back to those articles and the obvious preferential treatment this female officer is receiving for her misdeeds.
Now, this very day I receive a call from trusted sources confirming that the female officer is indeed back to work at the Sheriff’s Department…AND serving in the Sheriff’s Department “Honor Guard” in local Christmas Parades. My source sent me a picture of this (that was sent to him by an irate law enforcement officer), but I am experiencing technical difficulties in getting the picture in a format that I can add to this article. Stay tuned for that.
It has already been mentioned that this sort of preferential treatment for this female officer is likely caused by sexual favors within the Sheriff’s Department. This is an allegation that seems very likely to be true. Especially since these strange and flagrant circumstances that seem to indicate preferential treatment and sex-cades just keep on occurring. What is the Sheriff thinking?
Or, is there more?? Is this out of county female officer so beautiful and gorgeous an example of “eye candy” that if disciplinary action is taken against her, half or more of her paramours will go find jobs somewhere else. (Don’t forget, this gal allegedly got fired from the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department for allegedly disrupting the operations there.) It is obvious that something is amiss and the Sheriff, the Sheriff’s staff and the County Commissioners ain’t a-saying.
Well, I have done all that I can do, up to this point. I have received the reports from trusted sources and have informed the public. Anything else I do would likely take the form of our Protest Movement about eliminating corruption in Cleveland County governmental agencies including the Sheriff’s Department. Of course, we are already planning on including the DA’s office and the corruption there. A combined protest at the Courthouse may be in order.
But several things are clear. Our Protest movement is necessary to fight corruption in Cleveland County. No matter where we find that corruption. It will be up to the Citizens of Cleveland County (and elsewhere) to help man the protest picket lines and also support those others that are protesting.
Folks, Stay Tuned for the forthcoming news about this Corruption Busting Protest Movement that is about to descend on Cleveland County in 2020.