Jan Gardner’s involvement in dossier targeting A Miner Detail

Editors’ note: This is Part 2 of A Miner Detail’s series about a dossier targeting Deputy Editor Eric Beasley. 

Frederick County Circuit Court Associate Judge Theresa M. Adams, in conjunction with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, assembled a report – an informational dossier – targeting A Miner Detail Deputy Editor Eric Beasley, his personal friends, and associates.

Beasley published a series of editorials critical of Adams’ judicial record before the 2020 election.

Adams and Frederick County Magistrate Joanmarie Brubaker – aka Joanie Raymond – received regular updates about the dossier from the Frederick County Sheriff’s Department.

Amanda Ensor 

Frederick County Sheriff Deputy Sergeant Amanda Ensor pulled several images from Beasley’s personal Facebook to include in the dossier.

Ensor included several subjective insinuations about Beasley and highlighted his divorce proceedings.

Adams presided over Beasley’s divorce proceedings until her forced removal from the case in April 2020.

Beasley’s Posts 

Most of the images below are from Ensor’s dossier. However, due to formatting, some images were re-captured.

Ensor, in the dossier, subjectively characterized Beasley’s social media posts as “alarming, threatening, or unstable.”

Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner

The Frederick County Conservative Club hosted two protests at the home of Frederick County Executive Jan Gardner (D) in October 2020.

Videos of the club’s protests, led by Frederick County political activist Fred Propheter, can be found here, here, and here.

Gardner requested Jenkins testify as an expert witness in a peace order case she filed against Frederick County protestor Shaun Porter. However, Gardner later opted to drop her peace order against Porter.

The audio of the hearing can be heard on A Miner Detail‘s Facebook Page.

Shaun Porter joined A Miner Detail Podcast in March. The interview can be heard here.


A Miner Detail’s editorial team wrote and published this article. 

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Eric Beasley
After a year fighting bears and chopping wood in the forest, a Cancer has emerged in Frederick County. The only way to kill Cancer is with fire, and casting a ballot.