Beaufort County Commissioners Wash Their Hands of Accountability | Eastern North Carolina Now | Not unlike Pontus Pilot "washing his hands" rather than preserve the innocence of Jesus Christ when the Sanhedrin wanted Him dead, the Beaufort County Commissioners voted 4 to 3 to decline action in a matter that begged to be investigated.
With Roe v Wade (originated in 1973) overturned by the US Supreme Court, thereby allowing decisions on abortion legislation completely returned to the states: Where do you find your position on such a "Life and Death" issue for the American People?
January 12, 2022 - Publisher's note:Due to a publishing SNAFU, I have been remiss in my duties, here at BCN, regarding the proper categorization of county government publications; in particular, the Enhanced County Government Videos, begun August 1, 2019.
Therefore, to thoroughly correct this miscue, I will make the proper categorical correction, and bring these archives forward beginning on January 12, 2022; mixing these historical patterns of fact in with the current news of our day. Some posts brought forward will not be video broadcasts, but most informative posts as to who and what you Beaufort County Commissioners are, and how they govern.
Should allegations of Child Rape be investigated in Beaufort County?
It is a simple question that this Beaufort County public should ask.
Not unlike Pontus Pilot "washing his hands" rather than preserve the innocence of Jesus Christ when the Sanhedrin wanted Him dead, the Beaufort County Commissioners voted 4 to 3 to decline action in a matter that begged to be investigated, and still does. So ask yourself, why would the People's local government not agree to ask for an outside investigation to discover what may be the truth when an alleged crime was so heinous in its totality?
To reach the daunting depths of this incredible conundrum, one should exhibit a bit of curiosity, and ask these four Beaufort County commissioners: Jerry Langley, Frankie Waters, Ed Booth and John Rebholz as to why they could not see the wisdom in moving ever so slightly to request from an investigatory thrid party (the North Carolina Depatment of Justice) what truth could be known to accommodate Beaufort County citizen Bruce Gray's plaintiff cry for justice; not only for himself, his violated daughter, but for Beaufort County.
If one truly cares about knowing the truth of issues regarding Beaufort County citizens, where accountability is paramount, you should take a few minutes to witness the positions of your county commissioners in administering the People's government in this segmented video here: Below.
This issue involving Pinetown resident Bruce Gray and his family, Beaufort County's government, and its structure of authority, perfectly applied, or in this case otherwise, will not go away regardless of Beaufort County government's abject ambivalence.
If you are interested in our archived selection of the Beaufort County Commissioners' General Meetings, whether segmented by subject or full in scope, they can be found here in BCN's enhanced format.
Publisher's note:If you are interested in our Archive of the Beaufort County Commissioners' General Meetings can be found here in this aforementioned enhanced format.
Additionally, if you wish to catch up on some of the most important Beaufort County Commissioners meeting of 2019 through 2022, click here.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is doubling down on at-home testing — establishing Community Access Points in all counties to provide free and easy COVID-19 tests for home use.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will host a live fireside chat and tele-town hall on Tuesday, June 28, 6–7 p.m., to discuss COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5 years of age.
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