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Re: “Former El Paso County Sheriff’s Office notary says top officials ordered falsifying of hundreds of oath affidavits

My guess is that the people who ordered the notaries to sign are guilty of some crime. Holding out something of value to force a public officer to exercise his duties unlawfully is probably some sort of corrupt influencing or public intimidation . The notaries should have refused, taken the consequences, and sued the ever-lovin' out of the sheriff and his corrupt-influencing , public intimidating staff. I'd say the sheriff and his staff are guilty if there is a criminal statute on the books dealing with their behavior in this case.

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Posted by ArchieB on 11/08/2017 at 11:20 PM

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