[LFC Comments: This is a follow-up to an article we published:
The Tuscarawas resident was looking for help from the State officials. Their response was basically the same response that we got when we caught Lake County officials red-handed in the Better Flip project, “They have no jurisdiction”. Getting help from the local prosecutors is also a non-starter. They do not even have to talk or mingle with the common folk, especially if they are running unopposed time and time again.
For the uniformed, trying to get help from ANY State official is a HUGE WASTE OF TIME. To quote a rather well known judge: “We have laws on the books to make the average citizen think that we have ‘laws on the books’. ” Meaning – it is all an illusion! The whole process is geared toward making the average citizens spend $$$$ on legal fees. It is all a corrupt scam!
There is no cavalry coming to the rescue from the State….you will only see the politicians when they need your vote to keep them in office. The next time you see a politician ask them this: “What have you done for the average citizen lately”?]
From: Mark Altier <Mark.Altier@ohioattorneygeneral.gov>
Date: Mon, Sep 14, 2020, 2:49 PM
Subject: Your Complaint Lodged with our Office
To: [name redacted]
You will recall that recently you directed to representatives of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office an expression of your concern that certain officials of Tuscarawas County may not have posted the appropriate official bonds as required by law. This matter falls outside the enforcement authority of our office. I have conveyed your indications, however, to the Prosecuting Attorney of Tuscarawas County. In addition, I have directed this information to representatives of the office of Ohio Auditor of State Keith Faber so that the Auditor’s Office may review this matter in the context of its normal audits of Tuscarawas County agencies and offices.
Mark W. Altier
Director of Open Government
Office of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost
30 East Broad Street, 16th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215