I got a copy of this sent to me and I know little about this. I’m posting this for someone to contact me with info.
While I know that Jeremy Smalls was disciplined for a similar action after a tirade by Chief Deputy Nonsense and legal counsel Gerry Champagne. While I do not know who “Jessica” is, I know that it was her who clarified the familial condition to the administration causing the disciplinary actions Smalls faced, including suspension for this same act (sans the fraud to cover it up).
So while I am not surprised, I am publishing this for clarity by those involved. Y’all know how to reach me.
Broward County Sheriff’s Deputies Association is moving forward in a no-confidence vote to symbolically unseat Scott Israel as Broward County Sheriff. This is symbolic measure only in that it does not have the authority to remove Israel but the no-confidence vote should catch the attention of the Governor, the only power to remove an elected sheriff.
NBC Miami 6 reported the union released a statement claiming it was:
“many instances of suspected malfeasance, misfeasance, failure to maintain fiduciary responsibility by the Sheriff, failure to properly investigate possible criminal conduct by members of his senior command staff and the lack of leadership that has crushed morale through the agency.”
Hmmmm….sounds vaguely familiar. Couldn’t the same be said for Hefe Morgan? (By the way, I call him “Hefe Morgan or Boss Morgan” because there is no implication of honor in that title like there is in the title “sheriff” or even his bought title of “sir. “Hefe/jefe” in Spanish means “boss or chief”. Fidel Castro was called Commandente en jefe or Commander in Chief. Pablo Escobar was called El Jefe commonly translated into “The Boss”). That, to me, exemplifies his head criminal position in the ECSO.
But seriously, couldn’t the citizens, not just the deputies, request some symbolic vote or petition to outline the disdain for Hefe Morgan? Isn’t that abundantly clear with the latest hijinks on the budget?
I have been overwhelmed with insanity the last few weeks. When I sat down to write a blog post recently, there was an influx of drama brought to my feet. A contact from a case that is hell bent on destroying everything she ever did is the most disturbing. Typically, I have no problem with someone tearing apart their own life; however, I do have a problem with it taking others with them. “Self destruct if you want but don’t burn those who love you”, is my mantra. I will go to the ends of the Earth to make sure that people who are not culpable aren’t affected, if I can. This is my message to this person: If you pursue the course of tearing others down, I will take you down personally.
Coming from a COMPLETELY dysfunctional family, I thought I had the ability to see through people pretending to be what they are not. I am a good judge. However, there are the occasional exceptions that manipulate their way through. This has really gotten into my head, but I trust my instincts and the corruption machine keeps on churning. C’est la vie.
I am reviewing new cases but also, I am refocusing on the Billings Case. In June, Pat Gonzalez’s latest appeal will be argued. Streamlining the immense info and addressing the state’s power point of the case, point by point, will be the focus. I am also exploring webcasting in addition to blogging to establish a base there. I will keep everyone posted.