Utah gets slammed

Check out this article slamming people in high places in the State of Utah.

http://ryanscottjensen.blogspot.com/2015/12/great-shitty-state-of-utah.html

 

 

 

John Swallows dirt is still lingering…

John Swallows dirt is still flying!

 

John Swallow Changes Financial disclosings

Ryan Scott Jensen from Utah has been following this John Swallow situation for a while.  This is a solid article that gives you a very accurate Time line on John Swallow’s financial reporting sheets. According to Utah Political  Capitol John Swallow altered his financial statements which they show you flat out two different version’s of the A. G.’s filings.

You’d think with more sunlight would come more clarity and eventually Swallow’s name would be cleared. However this story just adds another twist leaving more questions and concerns about the Current A.G. among many years from the past with Mark Shurtleff at the realm.

When is enough enough for this office and the Capital? The Governor needs to Slide his friend John Swallow a friendly note explaining he needs to step down so the Office and Utah Cabinet can move forward with the public’s interest.

Ryan Scott Jensen

Johnson starts online war with government

Written By Ryan Scott Jensen of Utah
Salt Lake Tribune whom has been covering this John Swallow and Jeremy Johnson story the past year have written another article about the online war that Johnson has put on. It makes you wonder  why the feds and John Swallow can have a website up freely claiming his side, but Jeremy Johnson can’t have his own websites claiming his side?
I know fake profiles, false statements and all the other stuff everyone cries fowl on but if one person can’t use social media and the internet net then the other party should be held to the same standard.
The internet is a ruthless world. It’s harsh, crude and uncensored. We need to really look at the online world and see how we can better it for children. Anyway now I am going off subject…. Here is a well written update about Jeremy Johnson’s gag order.
Johnson’s War — Utah businessman battling the feds on many online fronts

Prosecutors are trying to block Johnson from firing back on YouTube, Facebook.

By TOM HARVEY

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published Feb 10 2013 01:01 am • Updated 2 hours ago

Call it Johnson’s War — with Jeremy Johnson as commander in chief.

The indicted and sued St. George businessman is waging high-tech, low-cost battles against his federal tormentors through YouTube videos, websites, Facebook, Twitter, a blog and interviews with the mainstream media.

At a glance

The Swallow case

Indicted St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson has alleged that Utah’s new attorney general, John Swallow, helped broker payoffs to enlist the aid of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in derailing a Federal Trade Commission investigation of Johnson’s I Works business.

Swallow and Reid have vehemently denied the allegations. The U.S. Attorney’s Office has said it is investigating.

He appears to be taking no prisoners:

• Johnson’s YouTube videos accuse federal prosecutors of threatening to indict his family if he doesn’t plead guilty in his criminal case in which he asserts his innocence.

• He lobs witness-tampering allegations on YouTube at a Federal Trade Commission attorney.

• He indicts the agency’s actions on his EvilFTC.com website, which he promotes on Twitter.

• On Facebook, an “[Unofficial Fan Page] United States Attorney for the District of Utah” draws negative comments about prosecutors.

• And Johnson levels similar accusations in interviews with reporters.

His has been a months-long assault, but now federal prosecutors in Utah are fed up and trying to halt it. They’ve asked a federal judge in Salt Lake City to order Johnson to stop making statements to the news media and to dismantle his online offensive.

This type of effort from a defendant is unusual, but — with the rise of the Internet and social media — people such as Johnson now have a variety of tools at their fingertips to fight such a guerrilla war against their persecutors.

The FTC sued Johnson and his I Works company in 2010, alleging it illegally charged consumers’ credit and debit cards monthly fees after luring them with offers of products for small fees.

This is just a small shot of the article so go to the Salt Lake Tribune for the full version.

Thanks,

Ryan Scott Jensen

The Story begins with Mark Shurtleff

The Story begins with Mark Shurtleff.

 

Good Catch up from the past…. We often forget things after a few years. This is a good refresh course.

Aaron Christner Recording of John Swallow

With Recent stories of John Swallow and Jeremy Johnson’s bribery scheme going on. I thought it would be fitting to tie in another conversation John Swallow had with Aaron Christner and Ryan Scott Jensen a few month previously to all of this while he was running for AG’s off and campaigning for the Attorney General of Utah position.

 

City weekly

 

City Weekly Provides a humorous article of John Swallow

City Weekly Provides a humorous article of John Swallow

Utah’ s Attorney General Johns Swallow-

This is a pattern of unethical  performance and terrible  poor judgement on Mr. Swallow’s part. Many local newspapers called for his resignation along with many other bloggers and media outlets eating up this story about John Swallow and the Feds.

John Swallow Impeachment talks

John Swallow isn’t out of the woods just yet. According to a few on the Capitol Hill it sounds as if they are quietly speaking about many different scenarios with John Swallow. Although Impeachment has been short lived. Another cycle of John Swallow Stories Broke out about the current AG’s ethics of what he did and didn’t say. We just hope in a time like this, that Utah shapes up and really draws some serious lines on campaign donation reforms among many other ethical issues our public servants face daily.

What do our Utah government officials really do?

Ryan Scott Jensen says that Utah needs a gut check

Ryan Scott Jensen says that Utah needs a gut check

We have a lot of pollution people are speaking about. We have questionable State contracts, bribe scandals, along with other various issues. There are two groups hitting Governor Herbert for slacking with pollution not to mention having controversial contracts and donations.

I believe Governor Herbert is a friend and supporter of Shurtleff and Swallow.  I have personally seen when a complain made to Governor Herbert’s office in which this complaint was made against a State Agency under the Governor’s authority and he has passed off the complaint, he didn’t offer help, he didn’t even comment and referred it directly back to the State agency the complaint was orignially made about.

From the sounds of all these reports it would seem all these “low paying” political seats are really worth getting as it’s all about raising money instead of helping the public or this State. Pretty sad that it’s taken such dramatic events to even get a small light on what these political power houses do here in Utah.

Ryan Jensen