We earlier discussed the dropping of the highly dubious charges brought against Stormy Daniels in Columbus, Ohio. The arresting officials insisted that they were at the Sirens strip club on an undercover mission entirely separate from the appearance of Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels. Emails now appear to contradict that account — raising not only the question of selective enforcement but political bias. There is also the question of the false statements allegedly made to investigators.
According toThe Fayette Advocate, Vice Detective Shana Keckley reportedly has emails that show that the team went to Sirens because of the announced appearance of Daniels. Keckley sent herself announcements of Daniels’ appearance. A whistleblower is quoted as saying that the team went to the club to arrest Daniels and relished the prospect.
The question is whether the sheriff’s department will hold these officers accountable for their alleged selective enforcement and lying to investigators. If proven, should the officers be terminated or what should the punishment be?