Please go to the important update regarding charges filed against Mack here. While charges were pressed against Richard Mack, Gilbert law enforcement gave him preferential treatment, “tell where the money is, or we will have to arrest you,” and no arrest was made.
In the video above, Kevin Jenkins gives a jaw-dropping update on the latest AFLDS developments.
America’s Frontline Doctors board of directors, Richard Mack, known as Sheriff Mack, the constitutional sheriff and patriot, has been charged by the AFLDS board for stealing $350,000 from AFLDS bank accounts.
Sheriff Mack is the former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona and a political activist. He is known for his role in a successful lawsuit brought against the federal government of the United States which alleged that portions of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act violated the United States Constitution. He is a former lobbyist for Gun Owners of America (GOA) and a two-time candidate for United States Congress. Mack is also the founder of Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), and established the “County Sheriff Project” movement, both of whom reaffirm what they claim is the constitutional power to refuse to enforce unjust and unconstitutional laws.
Before resigning as AFLDS president and chair in February of 2022, Simone Gold had brought Joey Gilbert and Richard Mack onto the ALFDS board.
Soon after Gold was released from serving 60 days in federal prison for breaching the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th, the current board, chaired by Joey Gilbert, formed the Oversight Committee to be chaired by Kevin Jenkins so as to oversee the rectification of the AFLDS organization following months of court battles and turmoil.
The internal turmoil has continued to date within the ALFDS board while steps have been undertaken to right the matters.
After recently being asked by the AFLDS Oversight Committee to resign from the AFLDS board, Richard Mack took it upon himself last Wednesday, March 22nd, 2023, to waltz into a Chase Bank, and transfer $350,000 out of two AFLDS accounts and into his own — without a board resolution, approval, or CEO signature —Mack filled out two separate withdrawal slips, $175.000 each, and transferred the hundreds of thousands of donors’ funds out of AFLDS bank accounts into his own.
Last January, an Arizona Judge cited Mack’s $20,000 a-month salary as an AFLDS board member as excessive because he had no past experience operating such an enterprise.
Per the Oversight Committee’s recommendation, AFLDS’ board members, Joey Gilbert, and Jurgen Matthesius, have now resigned.
Gold Took The Gold
In addition, 30 million dollars of AFLDS donations are unaccounted for under Simone Gold’s former leadership, as identified in a preliminary forensic audit. Gold’s former AFLDS accountant will not release banking information to conclude the audit.
Gold continues to travel the country, claiming she is still AFLDS board president and chair despite the clear decision by the AZ judge that Gold is no longer associated with AFLDS in any way.
AFLDS has been cleaning house in preparation to file charges against Gold shortly.
The Oversight Committee is dedicated to filling the board positions with medical experts and individuals who know how to run a multi-million dollar non-profit.
On a personal note, I have met Sheriff Mack and admired him and his work. It saddens me greatly that this has taken place.
It takes a lot to surprise me these days, but this one also disappoints me.
To review past AFLDS/court documents, click here.
UPDATE; 3:27pm PST, 3/31/2023
As you all can imagine, I have been getting many texts and emails regarding this post and its claims. To be clear, I have again confirmed the information I have posted above. I will not retract or delete it. The information is accurate and still stands.
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