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Alabama state Rep. Will Dismukes arrested for theft

Aug 7, 2020

By Mike Cason

Alabama State Rep. Will Dismukes, R-Prattville, who last week came under fire for attending a birthday party for the Ku Klux Klan’s first leader, has been charged in connection with a theft at a business where Dismukes worked.

Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey made the announcement of the first-degree theft of property charge at a press conference this afternoon.

Bailey said his office launched an investigation after a May 20 complaint from the owners of Weiss Flooring about alleged theft of a large sum of money by an employee.

“After countless hours of investigation, which consisted of witness interviews, obtaining bank records and gathering other evidence, a decision was made by myself and prosecutors in my office, along with these investigators, that probable cause existed that a crime had been committed,” Bailey said.

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One comment on “Alabama state Rep. Will Dismukes arrested for theft”

  • highlighting his attendance at the birthday party for early KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest, who was grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan from 1867-69.

    …wait, the birthday party was for a dead KKK guy?  So, he went to a party to celebrate an early KKK —what, thinker?  His commitment to something so obviously awful is disturbing.

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