Thoughts on the Haines’s Texts

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The recent text messages from the ECSO have been eye opening. I believe with the help of people on the inside, former employees and inane press conferences by Sir David (that never show him in a positive light) that the ECSO is in a death spiral. The texts corroborate every story and every person who has come forward about the lack of morality and the nonexistent rules for some and high threshold morality imposed on others (shown for Steve Kay’s profanity). The lack of leadership from the top spot was inevitably going to have adverse effect on the agency, which is seen in the lack of leadership and malleability of Haines’s piety and intangible common sense of everyone blindly following the leader, which is Nazi-esque in nature. Remember the Nuremburg Trials? Just following orders blindly is the name of the game in order to preserve oneself.  Did Morgan believe he could hoodwink citizens forever?  His display of clueless antics, in pretending to be a career law enforcement officer, have simply become dangerous for the citizens.

Morgan has no experience in relevant law enforcement. He has never held a certification in any state or city. He has never made an arrest of a criminal. He has never investigated a crime as a law enforcement officer (except for his lame attempt in the Billings case where he appeared on the scene and interviewed people there that night but those notes nor those people were ever included in any documentation of the case.) His experience is made up of patchwork resumes and lies that he spreads to the citizens of our county as
fact.

The recent text messages from Chief Haines should be paradigm shift to even the most staunch of Morgan proponents that the foundation of this agency is not worthy of supporting a real law enforcement agency. It is common knowledge that Haines has never been much of a law enforcement officer himself. What was discovered is that the common bond of the ignorance of how to be a law enforcement officer (much less leader) which has brought Haines and Morgan closer. Like the manipulation of facts, the backstabbing maneuvers of Haines, Morgan and Debra Little their counsel should be appalling to the constituents and to law enforcement officers that know what strong
leadership is.

The most disgraceful thing is watching Morgan, Haines and Little eviscerate the United States Constitution. We have seen Morgan ask for the surveillance of ‘hater sites’ because of public exposure of wrongdoing by the ECSO. Which brings me to a more appropriate question which is to ask Morgan to identify the criteria used to label “haters” and the sites believed to belong to these haters. The 4th amendment is clear on the surveillance requirements of a law enforcement agency. What makes an individual a “hater” verses a citizen providing oversight to a public official elected by citizens of Escambia County?

Also, we know that Due Process has little impact on decisions of Morgan or Haines. Anyone attempting to exercise their rights are met with persecution in the form of a barrage of stone casting and character assassination. Most of the litigation against the ECSO involves the attempt to deny rights and retaliation against those in opposition of the ECSO poor leadership. Morgan, Haines and Little have ignored the law and their obligation to not only enforce our laws but to protect the Constitution. When the time
comes, they will expect to have the benefit of Due Process for themselves when the agency eventually implodes, which it will. Some would say that they should be treated the way they treat others. I disagree. I want to be better than they are and feel confident that should REAL justice will be served by law abiding professional who can follow the law in prosecuting these criminals. The corruption they are facilitating will be
proven while observing ALL their rights. Only then will a victory for justice occur. The best way to win is to be honest and play by the rules.

 

Haters…Haters….Haters

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Texts from Sir David, Chief Nonsense (Haines) and Debra Little, their in-house counsel show how the highest law enforcement echelon within the ECSO view criticism and the people who openly criticize them.  They also demonstrate how much they need their egos stroked. Or maybe brown nosing is Haines’s super power.press passivitypassivity contd compliment

 

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Condescendingly blather about the strife of the county seems to elicit humor. And of course, releasing info to disparage “the haters”, knowing full well it is untrue also seems to create a chuckle. Their perception of what the public cares about is so skewed that they don’t see that the mistreatment of their employees just shows they have no respect for any one in the community.  Is this really what the Sheriff and his staff should be concerning themselves with?

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No Time for Protecting the County

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This first set of excerpts are texts specifically talking about Jerome Zaid, the deputy who repeatedly raped a young child zaid 1zaid2

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The following texts are a conversation regarding the federal sting  on massage parlors that resulted in human trafficking arrests. massage parlormassage parlor1

Who’s Protecting Escambia County?

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Once upon a time, when people spoke of Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, there was respect in their voices, an air of reverence and admiration that went without question. Now, there is just an aura of malevolence and shame. That is all that remains.

We all are aware that Morgan is NOT any example of a law enforcement officer. We are also cognizant that Haines is not any closer to be a cop than Morgan. His success come from instilling fear, manipulating honorable people into dubious situations for no better reason than he wants to control. In order to survive, “yes men & women” are necessary to fall in line.  Rank and file led by historic failures and an embarrassment to law enforcement.

Recently, there was a public records request obtained that included text messages from ECSO staff members. It should be noted the texts are from people in leadership positions at the ECSO. The same people making decisions about how to investigate cases, make arrests and keep the community safe. These same people are responsible for deciding the fate of so many people without opposition or any check and balance.

During the summer of 2019, make-believe investigation was ordered on Chief Deputy Eric Haines by Sheriff David Morgan. This supposed investigation was to be centered around his treatment of females. Keep in mind that a Federal Court judge has ruled long ago that Eric Haines had displayed conduct that indicated gender bias. The investigator assigned was Mindy von Ansbach Young, who is a subordinate of Chief Haines. Young is in the chain of command for Haines. Still Morgan believed it was a good idea to have a subordinate investigate a supervisor.

Surprisingly, Young fulfilled the dog and pony show of an investigation and it was determined that Chief Haines had committed no violation! How lucky for him. The following text messages were obtained from the ECSO through a hard-fought public records request. The content speaks for itself. Incomprehensibly, Young seems to deeply admire Haines. For this reason, she should have never been assigned to investigate him.

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The witnesses highlighted are in the command staff or is Lee Tyree.

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Here is the link to the entire IA:  I2019-015_Eric Haines IA_unlocked

Just to remind everyone, Mindy von Ansbach Young has previously been mentioned in this blog.

For further entertainment here are some of the texts between Young & Haines:

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Eric Haines’s Worst Friggin’ Nightmare

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What is his worst nightmare? That would be me having legally obtained texts from his personal cell phone.

This is just a snippet.

Media manipulation…..  JC is JC Lowe General Manager of WEAR. And apparently Hannah McKenzie was ECSO’s new go-to-person as is Kevin Robinson at the PNJ

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To be continued…….

Catching Up on the Insanity

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I have been completely out of the loop the last couple of weeks. But I want to catch up on the absurdity of last two weeks. Beware, I cannot make this shit up.

  1. October 22 & 23, 2019- The Fair

I got a call around 8 am from Philip Nix, head of the security for Don Frenkel at the Pensacola Interstate Fair as well as a former ECSO involved in a lawsuit with them currently in state court. Phil was livid. He went on to explain that after he got home from the fair and was climbing into bed, a phone call came in from the lone security guard at the fair. The security guard said an ECSO was standing at the door to the money office and he was there to tell him that a 9-1-1 call came in from someone needing assistance at the fairgrounds. The deputy, acting under orders from his commanding officer, Sgt. Vestal, #118, was there to tell the security guard that the ECSO was not to respond to 9-1-1 calls from the fair.

Now let’s think this through. A deputy was there to say he would not respond to a location he was currently at right then. And that because of the animus between Sheriff Morgan and Don Frenkel would not help anyone who called 9-1-1 from that location. WOULD NOT HELP ANYONE WHO CALLED 9-1-1.

Phil was livid. He immediately called Chip Simmons, #2 in command at the ECSO. Chip denied knowing anything about this or any sort directive given to anyone to not respond to the fair. Chip said he’d look into the matter when he got to work.

During the next few hours, it came out that there were multiple calls that came in from someone at the fair prior to the deputy arriving just after 1 am. So now we have multiple calls coming in with the deputy responding to say he wouldn’t respond at least an hour later.  So I think the proof is in that timeline. Chip claimed that the problem was that there the perception that FDLE was working the fair. While this was true during while the fair was open but at night, no one but a security guard was there after hours as like many businesses in the county. To say that because there is private security, no law enforcement would respond to an emergency call, is not only terrifying to anyone but that isn’t the case for any other private business in the county. So that explanation doesn’t hold water. After receiving the call reports from the ECSO, the coding shows the calls were closed as deferring to another agency (even though no other agency was called). But the cherry on top of it all is this:

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It is clear Vestal did as he was directed; he was promoted 10 days later.

Moral of the Story: There is a lack of professionalism by the ECSO, especially when the county is sleeping, you’d better be prepared to handle your own emergencies if you are on the wrong side of David Morgan.

2. October 28, 2019

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The alarming part of this is that it took 18 minutes for the ECSO to respond. 18 MINUTES!! A minute must have seemed like a friggin’ year, but 18 minutes could have easily seen this entire family murdered. After looking into it, I am told that 13 minutes was the respond time per the ECSO records, but that is still ridiculous.

Moral of this story: If you call 9-1-1 and tell them a crazy person is threatening to kill you, you better be prepared to take matters into your own hands. ECSO won’t be there in time.

3. October 30, 2019

 

 

“Johnson states the suspects are from Escambia County.

He says crime from that county is spilling into Santa Rosa County.

According to Johnson, 670 people were arrested last year with Escambia County addresses.

So far this year, he says 705 have been arrested.”

After this Chorus Nylander spoke to Sheriff Morgan for a comment. The best part is the following:

Sheriff Johnson said Santa Rosa saw 670 arrests in 2018 of suspects that lived in Escambia County, this year before the year’s end the number is more than 700.

“I certainly didn’t take offense at Sheriff Johnson’s press conference I think he was outlining to folks a situation they are dealing with,” Sheriff Morgan said.

Sheriff Morgan said that crime spreading to neighboring counties is just a natural byproduct of how crime works and something his office can do little to prevent.

“It’s called the displacement theory and that theory is you never eliminate crime you kind of move it around but it pretty much stays there prostitution is a good example we focus on prostitution in Brownsville that moves on highway 29 we go on North 29 and it goes back to someplace else so we can’t throw a net obviously over crime and criminal activity as much as we’d like to contain it,” Morgan said.

This is perhaps one of the most preposterous comments Morgan has made in a LONG time. The displacement theory in criminology is a theory that says when law enforcement has been SO SUCCESSFUL, they have run crime out of one area; it must move because it cannot occur in the place it originated.  This theory has been disproved. The crime we are referring to here is street crime vs white collar crime. Street crime takes place in lower socio-economic areas.  When a successful law enforcement presence lowers crime in those areas, it doesn’t move to another area. People don’t have the means to move. Crime just dissipates.

I think we all know that crime isn’t getting better in Escambia County despite Haines’s skewed stats. It’s expanding and that is what is happening in Santa Rosa.

Moral of the Story: Don’t listen to a thing Morgan says. It doesn’t make sense.