Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

Well, folks, it appears all the blocked/banned people can post on the ECSO FB page. No communication just quietly unblocked/unbanned. Score one for the good guys! Also, I came across something today. It is something I already knew but it may be news to you. There is a packet of info circulating to the various …

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In honor of today’s holiday, I read some of Dr. King’s speeches and am humbly inspired to say a few words. In the “Beyond Vietnam” speech, I felt an affinity by the following words: I come to this great magnificent house of worship tonight because my conscience leaves me no other choice. I join you …

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I am highly disappointed in myself for the lack of postings I made on this blog. So many things happened last year. – The CFO of the ECSO was MIA for months and no one could ask about him. -Morgan publicly showed his ass regarding pay for the deputies that his agency kept. -Scott Trotter, …

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Two days ago, a federal judge, Beth Bloom, dismissed a lawsuit filed by 15 students in Parkland against 6 defendants, including the Broward County Sheriff’s Office & Scot Peterson, a deputy who observed the massacre but refused to enter the school to prevent further deaths. Judge Bloom found there to be no legal obligation to …

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So Morgan and Haines may be held to task for their gross misconduct by a former employee Laura Montoya, a Hispanic female.  One last settlement conference was yesterday and there was no real settlement offered and now it is on to jury trial. Montoya is the only employee out of the many who hasn’t settled, …

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On 7-22-2016, Lt. Frank Forte gave a statement to the Internal Affairs division of the Escambia County Sheriffs Office (ECSO). His statement was about a complaint he filed concerning court testimony of another officer. The officer, Sgt. Philip Nix, was a witness to a parking citation that had been issued on Pensacola Beach. Dep. David …

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