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

How can anyone believes the El Paso County Sheriff's Office would changed if you elected a New Sheriff and he allowed the leadership of former Sheriff's Maketa to remain.Former Sheriff Maketa was not along in the alleged corruption within the El Paso Sheriff's Office.

Anyone who has served in a leadership role is aware of, if not all, most things the person above them is doing, especially if its been going on for almost twelve (12) years.

Most of Maketa's Senior Staff, Joe Breiste, Undersheriff, Bureau Chief Mitch Lincoln, Commander Rob King, Commander Tom DeLuca and Maketa's assistant, now Media Service, Jackie Kirby are still employed with the Sheriff's Office at their current position or has been promoted.

I believe the current situation at the Sheriff's Office is, Same Pig, Different lipstick. The alleged corruption you are seeing comes from the same old play book of the past. The same folks that played on Maketa's team is again playing on Sheriff Elder's team and corruption is in their DNA.

In the defense of Sheriff's Elder, I think he's a good guy, his heart is in the right place most time, but you can't keep the same folks that supported corruption under Maketa and expect them to change under your leadership.

The citizens of El Paso County are setting themselves up for a bigger scandal than Maketa's days. If the County Commissioners walk around with their head stuck in the sand, then you the citizens will donate again to potential legal actions.

Citizens and County Commissioners you can't defend those actions this time by stating you were not aware, Maketa left you with all the warning sign.

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Posted by Henry Allen on 11/08/2017 at 4:19 PM

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