Objection to Liberty
Update on Lee County Commission District 4 Libertarian candidate Lance Farrar.
Attached is the Motion filed Monday August 29, 2022 by Lance Farrar, pro se.
Tuesday, August 30, 2022, Assistant DA James L. Farmer filed a response [electronically] to candidate Farrar's Motion [attached below]. Candidate Farrar was notified of the State' response Labor Day weekend.
Former Assistant DA Jacob Welch was the Prosecutor for Farrar's court case, not James L. Farmer. Welch has since left the Lee County DA's office and is now employed with Whittelsey & Corley, LLC 600 Avenue A Opelika, AL 36801 near downtown Opelika. Interesting point to add, Whittelsey & Corley, LCC are believed to be representing Creekwood Resources Quarry in the litigation with Lee County Commission. It is yet unknown exactly how many lawsuits Lee County is currently involved with.
Once Libertarian candidate Farrar receives Judge Russell Bush's decision to the Motion filed last Monday, and now this 'Objection' to Motion from Assistant DA Farmer filed last Tuesday, we at Leecountybulletin.com hope he keeps all of Lee County informed!
Political Discrimination is dangerous. It is evident and obvious in this situation. The November 8, 2022 General Election is only 9 weeks away and one of Lee County Commission District 4 candidates is denied access to meetings and Public Comments of those meetings. Something is foul with this.
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