I just want to clear the air on a couple of points. In reading the comments on My Bossier, Channels 3 and 12, and The Times, a theme seems to have appeared that goes hand in hand with Eric Johnson’s statement to the Inquisitor, twisting, as I have said previously, information that obviously came from the Bossier DA’s office. That theme is that there was a ‘conspiracy’ against Mr. Sentell, and that my family was ‘out to get him’.
I suppose that conspiracy involved recruiting a pit boss at Horseshoe to alert security and then having the security get the police officer who was working at the Horseshoe that night. This fraudulent conspiracy hit the heights in the Times on Wednesday with this comment on an article about the incident:
If the AG declines prosecution (which I predict he will quickly), it will be because there is NO EVIDENCE to support the charges. Of course, we already know that. This was a plan by Officer Wells and his father to try to force Mr. Sentell to resign. I also suspect and hope that Mr. Marvin does indeed rehire Mr. Sentell, and that prior to that, he finds the evidence he needs to fully prosecute Officer Wells for filing a false police report and conspiracy, and to prosecute his father for conspiracy as well.
To enlighten the commenter and others of his ilk, until two weeks ago I had never heard of Sherb Sentell. I was aware there was a Sentell Law Firm in Minden, but that was the extent of my knowledge.
Now, of course, I realize that he is apparently a big whoop-de-doo in Minden, and that’s fine. I don’t live in Minden and don’t generally concern myself with Minden affairs. As I said, I never heard of the man before the arrest took place and certainly bear him no ill will.
So add that to your conspiracy list. I was allegedly conspiring against someone I never heard of for reasons that have been proven to be untrue.
But I doubt that the truth will stop the rumors, it seldom does.