Margaret Mary Brumbelow

Suggested by Pierre Alleur

Added: Aug 12, 2019  

Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia. Sexual Harassment in the workplace, sexual assault everywhere. You hear it over and over again. You cannot even hide in a closet to avoid it. But is it true? well, let's find out

July 13, 2019. On her third year on the job, deputy Margaret Mary Brumbelow reported to superiors that while off duty, another deputy tried/attempted to sexually assault her. It is not clear what "attempted" in this case entails but you can imagine by the rules of our New World Order that any man simply admiring a woman constitutes "creepy", and therefore if he dares be in her sight let alone be a moving object, hysteria kicks-in, all cannons are aimed at the male object, Uncle Sam's men in black come in the to finish the job.

Well, all that wasn't necessary though, because by diligent work involving the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), “The ensuing comprehensive investigation determined that the allegation was false,” according to the sheriff’s office spokesman.

August 12, 2019. 30-year-old Margaret Mary Brumbelow of Lula was fired, arrested and charged with making false statements. On $5,700, she bonded out the same day.

“Incidents like these are very difficult for law enforcement agencies, but they must be addressed when they occur,” said the Hall County Sheriff... “While I’m thankful no attempted assault occurred, the falsehood could not be overlooked. Our department is full of excellent deputies and professionals. Cases like these are the exception,” he added. Of course
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