When the house was raided and searched, they only found a tiny bit of actual weed… But unfortunately for Matthew Qualls it didn’t stop there, as they then found a brick of weed butter in the making. Sucks to Suck brother. If only you were preying on young girls at a local mall, you could have run for Senator, but it seems with these 6 brutal charges, and a bond of $55,000.. It may hinder his chances of making a run for local office.
This wouldn’t be an article worth writing, if it wasn’t for one fishy thing… Qualls (the sinner/suspect/victim) 4 days before, had made remarks about a Sheriff in the same town his house was raided about how he paid him for lawn work with city funds (SURPRISE!)… Seriously, I’m a Blue Lives Matter kinda guy. I’m appreciative of all that they do to keep me safe, and such… but there are some corrupt mother fuckers flashing those badges, and they seem to be the ones in podunk towns across the country. I’m not saying this guy shouldn’t have been arrested, or trying to argue that he wasn’t breaking the law… but I have a sneaking suspicion this all came down the pipe because of him making comments about the pig the week before.
The local cops charged the kid with 3 counts of weed related charges (paraphernalia, possession, and some adderall), but then out of nowhere, someone (sheriff from earlier article) from county law-enforcement decided to tack on 3 more charges.. So the kid is possibly looking at life in jail for 2 LB’s (15 g’s) of weed butter… ouch.
“The sheriff’s office chose to bring the additional charges despite the fact that spokeswoman Natalie Barton said via email Monday that the case against Qualls “belongs to and was initiated by the Rainbow City Police Department” and “[t]he Etowah County Sheriff’s Office did not have any involvement in the arrest of Mr. Qualls.”
What a crock of shit… Stay tuned though, because we are going to follow Qualls case closely. The public deserves to know that Alabama laws and those that enforce them, are fucked up… but really it starts at the top with their lawmakers and judges (Sessions/Moore).
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