Thursday, December 27, 2012

Andrew Daniel Scott--No Benefit of Doubt

Progressive Faces of a Life of Drugs and Crime

Hottie Scottie spent Christmas in jail...but don't feel too sorry for him, folks. It's not like Judge Gil Self and the citizens of Lauderdale County haven't given him more chances than George Clooney at a Sadie Hawkins Day dance.

Our sources at the Florence-Lauderdale Detention Center tell us Scott came in on December 11th, presumably after failing another drug test. As of 1:00 p.m. today, he's still in custody. What does this mean for Andrew Scott? It doesn't look good for him as far as prison goes. We'll have an update on his legal status after the first of the year when the clerk's office is functioning at full force.

What about his future? At one time Scott wanted to become a Registered Nurse. Will that ever be possible? We've asked Nurse Nan who now toils at Pen-N-Sword.

"Each case is different. I had to undergo background checks at Calhoun, UAH, the Alabama Board of Nursing (license), and my place of employment. With each arrest and/or conviction Andrew gets, it makes it harder for him to pursue any career where licensing is required.

"It's really not just for nursing, but any career he may choose. Unless he works for himself or a company that's willing to look beyond his convictions, he will have a super hard time ever supporting himself in any real fashion. Most boards and companies use the five year rule, but the number of convictions Andrew gets will also be looked at. In other words, it's not just a one time lapse of judgment for him.

"Financially? There's also a waiting period for financial aid for those convicted of drug crimes. That might not apply here since Andrew's parents have means and contacts."

And what of Andrew's parents? Mr. Scott, please listen to us. You are doing Andrew no favors by not insisting he get help. Please cease your campaign to take a child away from his parents and focus your efforts on helping your son. It's not what we or anyone else think of Andrew's chances. It's what God thinks and can do for him, but you have to do your part. Please at least think about it.

Editor's Note: Our friend Nurse Nan had an interesting Christmas. We'll add our thanks to the Colbert County Commission's fight for guard rails on Hwy 43: Ben's Okay, but the Truck?



  1. It was Roger Creekmore who secured those guard rails. Saving just one life is enough to pay for them, but I'd say they've already saved several. Remember that when election time rolls around again.

    Props to Nurse Nan also. Not everyone is brave enough to do what has to be done at a time like that.

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    1. The problem that we, and many others, have with Andrew Scott is that he and his father continue to try to steal a child away from his loving, legal parents. We will continue to fight against this injustice as long as they continue their fight to snatch the child.

      A second problem we have is that Andrew's father attempted to bring us into his plans to take the child. What we have ever done that would have made Mr. Scott think we would help him we don't know.

  3. Being one of your former piano students "Shoalanda" I cannot believe how much you rag on him. If you were acting on true Christian principle you would take into account that we're supposed to forgive others, even if they don't ask for it.

    "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses."-Matthew 6:14-15 (ESV)

    "And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, 'Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.'"-John 8:7 (ESV)

    Leave this family alone, don't you think they're going through enough already? I couldn't help but be saddened when I found out your identity. I used to look up to you; you were so nice. This entire "gossip" blog makes me very disappointed in you. I understand this is "your" blog and you have the right to your own opinion, but being so hateful towards these people is wrong.

    1. First, I don't believe we've ever met. Second, as long as the Scotts continue to persecute and terrorize the parents of Andrew's "biological offspring," we will report on the kind of person he is.

  4. First off, yes we have. I have my identity concealed so you won't write awful things about my family as well. Second, I know that they are not doing such things. Who are you to judge what kind of person he is anyway? Your sin is no different than his in God's eyes.

    "It's nothing but sheer wickedness for you not to forgive your offender for what he's done, in light of all that you've been forgiven (by Christ). When you compare the trivial offenses which you must forgive, with the enormous, eternal offenses you've committed against a holy God, the point is incontestable." Lou Priolo

    "Those who persist in harboring an unforgiving spirit toward others who have wronged them are guilty of not believing God’s promise to see to matters Himself (Rom. 12:19)." -Daniel Fuller

    I will pray for your wicked acts of dragging peoples' names through the mud and your refusal to forgive. Go back to chasing ghosts "Shoalanda."

    1. We never discuss anyone who is not a public personage--at least not in a negative way. We love the Scotts, but hate their actions. We will never side with anyone who continually asks for public support to kidnap a child, "legally" or otherwise.

  5. For those who say the Scott family is not currently seeking custody of the child in question, we offer this:

  6. "He who is without sin cast the first stone." It is none of your business, leave all the justice to God. I'm not saying side with actions you don't agree with. But as far as I'm concerned the adoption is finalized so there's nothing that can be done to change that. So move on and stop harping on the past. And let this family deal with their issues without your input.

    P.S. Your entire blog centers around negativity.