Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

Chief Deputy Haines chose to self demote effective May 1st; he will be a lieutenant working in cyber crime.  Speculation is that he is seeking protection from PBA.  That seems terribly unlikely with all the acrimony Haines has caused. I am also hearing he has the ability to “back out” of such a deal, anytime …

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The Haines brothers just keep on victimizing people and very little is being done to protect the community from these guys. Eric Haines Chief Deputy Eric Haines had his PBA membership revoked due to his continuous malfeasance and abuse of officers’ rights. No one has ever had their membership revoked. One person was unseated from …

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Previously I posted on Scott Haines an SRSO officer who wormed his way into a family, isolated a 90 year old woman with Alzheimer’s, Dorothy Rogers, and convinced her that her family was out “to put her away”. By detaching her from her family, via false accusations, civil complaint, and arrest warrant, Scott convinced her …

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Having gotten a glimpse into the daily life of David Morgan and his cronies, via court order, from Judge Rodger Vinson, the ECSO provided text messages between Chief Deputy Haines including other members of the administration, like David Morgan and Mindy Young, among others..  The text messages produced validated many whispers about what is going …

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So my week was heightened by a Facebook PM from Chief Deputy Haines.   I am not sure where to start to address your condescending message. First, until your tax dollar wasting text with Lee Tyree, I didn’t see the picture you are referencing. I didn’t look at it closely and I just figured it …

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Jackie, I have mulled over how to reply to your discussion of me with Chief Deputy Haines. In light of the article about you being a “Citizen Advocate”, it is ironic that you participate in aiding the deprivation of another citizen’s rights. Your comments with Haines show your desire to shut me up.  Sorry about …

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As a former resident it is easy to dismiss the things that go on in Escambia County, due to the distance. Yes, even with my dear wife being the author of this blog. I hear the conversations throughout the day and night, including many calls from Chief Simmons. I see the messages, emails and even …

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I wanted to take a minute to clear up some comments being spread like manure on a couple of random sites.  First up is Doug Underhill’s comment to a gentleman on Nextdoor. Now I can’t see this normally because I’m not a member of this neighborhood forum, but thankfully someone who is a member forwarded …

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