After finally getting back around to look at Leah Manning’s daughters’ case, I was floored to see a motion for protection by Sir David Morgan. In reading the motion, Morgan claims that he, the Sheriff, should not be deposed in this lawsuit, because of his position as the Sheriff. The truth is wants this sealed and to not be subjected to the inevitable questions in a deposition that is public.
But why should he be afforded that opportunity? He will use this lawsuit to eviscerate these young girls and the horrific things they were exposed to by their mother and step dad. In documents that will be public records, he will attack them as promiscuous and delusional, as he already has to people who will listen. There is no doubt he had a relationship of some kind with the girls because he gave them a puppy they named Morgan after him. Does that sound like something he has ever done for people he doesn’t know? Much like the self-serving hug he gave Ashley Markham that he has framed on his wall….that is not the relationship he has had with ANY other stranger in his tenure, leading to the obvious assumption there is a personal relationship prior to that moment.
Here is the protective order he filed that I hope will get denied by Judge Vinson.
What do you think?