Figures Don’t Lie, But Liars Figure written by Jeanine Martin April 27, 2015 An excellent piece by guest poster attorney Sally Mann over at VirginiaVirtucon.com. She’s got the facts and figures. Read it. Figures Don’t Lie, But Liars Figure was last modified: August 9th, 2015 by Jeanine MartinLike this:Like Loading... Eric NobleSally MannSheriff Mike Chapman 7 comments Jeanine Martin Also known as Lovettsville Lady, I am a Republican activist in the wilds of western Loudoun County. Your life will be better if you click one of these Just Voting (R) Is Not Good Enough September 24, 2021 The Wuhan Disaster – COVID Reexamined Part... September 23, 2021 Man who paid hitman goes free due... September 23, 2021 The Wuhan Disaster – COVID Reexamined Part... September 22, 2021 Latest poll shows Republican ticket surging ahead September 22, 2021 The Origins September 22, 2021 Biden bans travel from safe countries, permits... September 21, 2021 Ensure Their Sacrifice Was Not In Vain September 21, 2021 Why You Should Support Kyle Gutshall, Brandi... September 21, 2021 Maps of redistricting plans for the General... September 20, 2021 7 comments kelly April 28, 2015 at 7:55 am Chapman has established a reputation as a liar. It has been documented in several media articles and at the debate he participated in. Aside from distorting the truth about the budget overrun he has lied about when he first new about the problems in his Narcotics unit, which resulted in the current FBI investigation of his office, and he has lied about the qualifications of his opponent Mr. Noble. Up until he was called out on it he was telling the public that he established the Crisis Intervention Team. This concept began under Simpson two years before Chapman took office. Chapman repeatedly claimed credit for this until it was pointed out to him that he was being untruthful about thus. After that he stopped taking claim for it. Is this the kind of ethics we want for our law enforcement leader? At the debate I witnessed him get caught in a lie in which he did not have an answer for. The Washington Post picked up on it, investigated it, confirmed it with the Country Administrator and the Commonwealths Attorney, and reported it in the paper. It appears to me in Mr. Noble have a well qualified challenger and in incumbent Chapman we have a desperate man who is distorting the truth regarding his performance in a feeble attempt to keep his job. Reply Avatar April 28, 2015 at 8:33 am Amazing how you can claim Chapman is a liar using veiled assertions, but are happy to turn the other cheek despite Noble’s long, proven history of deceit: http://firewallnova.com/2015/04/the-sheriff-versus-the-puppets/ It is the weakest, thinnest argument I have ever seen. Reply Jonathan Erickson April 28, 2015 at 6:01 am Sheriff Barack O.’Chapman has managed to blame everyone else for his financial woes except for George Bush. Come to think of that tactic worked well for Obama. If it wasn’t for Buona talking charge of the Sheriffs budget every month there is no telling what over runs we would have but we would have them. Reply ChinTurret April 27, 2015 at 10:03 pm Good lord, now we are having to listen to the pontifications of the infamous Sally Mann for advice!! Reply Barbara Munsey April 27, 2015 at 9:29 pm Is anyone going to respond to the points of the Sheriff’s response to Jim Plowman’s letter? Unlike the campaign of 07, this is a REAL FBI investigation on the asset forfeiture issue. I realize you didn’t live in Loudoun yet Jeanine, but even you must understand that this one won’t be “fun”. Reply ChinTurret April 27, 2015 at 10:26 pm I doubt it Ms. Munsey. Doesn’t fit the agenda from the Chapman detractors. Hard to concentrate on important things when there are fish to fry. And frankly the frying grease is probably a little too hot for Plowman. Reply Avatar April 27, 2015 at 7:39 pm Bottom line: the Board gave Chapman a budget, and he spent $4 million less than that. How else would you measure a budget? You can try and slice it however you want, but that’s just manipulating the numbers. Same thing you’re accusing Chapman of doing. After writing that whole article, you still did not refute the basic fact: Chapman spent $4 million less than the budget. That’s called savings. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.