FDLE PENSACOLA DRUG CRIME LAB BUSTED FOR CORRUPTION- THE COVERUP IS ON!

Seems the FDLE, Florida’s next Ex-Gov Rick Scottt, 2nd Judicial Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs and Leon County Sheriff’s son prosecutor Jack Campbell thought it was necessary to expedite an arrest without Grand Jury indictment and suspend without pay duly elected Liberty County Sheriff Nick Finch. Sheriff Nick Finch was fully exonerated at trial by a Jury of his peers and they were forced to reinstate him and I’m certain full compensation for his being abused, including indue pain and suffering, by the system is in order.“THIS GUY” was an analyst with the Pensacola Office of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement it seems, but the full story has not been disclosed…..DUE TO ANOTHER CORRUPT COVERUP!

FDLE PROTECTS IT’S OWN…
When Gov Scott had FDLE arrest the duly elected Sheriff they saw fit to do it in haste of expedited a night raid. The media was notified immediately and given the bogus story with many details purposefully omitted…yet all disclosures were made at to the party and the charges.
Gov. Scott appointed Carl Bertram Causey, Jr., an FDLE crony with ties to Pegasus Labs, PBI Gordon, Monsanto, SAIC and Antonacci, to be Sheriff protem. Causey was from the Pensacola Office, too. He was very abruptly replaced with Abramoff – Greenberg Traurig crony Walter Lee Money, Jr. in what seems to be a move right out of the Karl Rove Governmental Corruption Voter Fraud Playbook…..
There are many more stories about how the FDLE covers up for it’s own…
FDLE manager resigns after being accused of misusing state credit card
April 5, 2013|By Desiree Stennett, Orlando Sentinel
An official with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Alcohol Testing Program has resigned amid accusations that she used her state-issued credit card to pay for a cruise and personal shopping trips.
Laura Barfield is accused of using a corporate American Express credit card to purchase $2,700 worth of Carnival Cruiselines tickets as well as another $3,800 at TJ Maxx, Walmart, Ross, Walgreens, Piggy’s BBQ and several other businesses, an FDLE internal investigation found.
Barfield became operations and management consulting manager for the alcohol testing program in 2001. She supervised six department inspectors and had several responsibilities including certifying all breath-test operators for the state.
A six-month investigation was launched when Barfield was accused in two anonymous letters of using her state-issued vehicle to maintain a relationship with a married man while on business trips throughout the state.
The investigative report released Friday said that Barfield, who was often required to travel for work-related court appearances, would stay with her boyfriend instead of a hotel when she had to make trips to Central Florida.
Investigators said she would log the extra mileage used to get to his home along with her official expenses. On one trip, documents state, she drove 407 miles when the trip should have been only about 220 miles.
Barfield told investigators that the state would have paid more ($100 to $120) if she had stayed in a hotel. Instead, she said, the state paid only $20 or less because she stayed with her boyfriend.
Barfield said she visited only when there was a valid, work-related function to attend. However, the document stated, she was not able to prove that many of the trips were actually work-related.
FDLE determined that Barfield’s behavior was unbecoming of an official and that she violated the policy for the use of resources. Barfield will take a four- to six- week leave of absence before her resignation goes into effect in May.
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