Evidence?It's uncertain how the firearms were transferred and whether the federal paperwork was completed as required...Were some of these rifles somehow purchased by the state and taken by Farmer, or were they transferred to Farmer and immediately given to friends and relatives? Either way, those would seem to be straw purchases, at best, and of course theft of tax dollars for personal use.
Evidence?Farmer had a state employee drive him, in his state provided SUV, to go hunting. Farmer shot a deer from the vehicle, which is illegal in Kentucky.
Evidence?Farmer had the employee field dress the deer for him while the employee was on the clock.
On this I agree; I wonder how much government money gets wasted that we never even hear about. Maybe I don't even want to know.Of course, the article also describes a lot of wrongdoing that's unrelated to guns or gun laws.
Yet another case of YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT WASTE.
Is this a paid campaign spot?I do feel very good about our new ag commissioner, Jamie Comer. He's stuck trying to fix this mess, lift morale, and return credibility to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.