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Write to Pinkney: Marquette Branch Prison, Rev. Edward Pinkney N-E-93 #294671, 1960 US Hwy 41 South, Marquette, MI 49855

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Andrew Collin's and other's public corruption of the highest importance and priority

The United States Attorney’s Office, the FBI and its law enforcement partners consider allegations of public corruption to be of the highest importance and priority. The respect and confidence the citizens place in their governmental institutions is dependent upon the honest and faithful services of the governmental employee. This office will aggressively pursue and prosecute governmental employees who violate their solemn oath and duties. This office will work diligently with its law enforcement partners to seek out and remedy any wrongful convictions resulting from [Andrew] Collins’ alleged criminal conduct.


Anonymous said...

The article states that the investigation was coordinated with Berrien County prosecutor; I am happy that Berrien County won't stand for corruption, and will go after anyone - even its own - if there is any wrongdoing.

The County makes me very proud when I read things like that.

Anonymous said...

berrien folks need every chance they can possibly think up to feel pride...