Category: corruption

John Molchan, You are the Weakest Link

Dear Mr. Molchan, I am writing this to obtain clarity after your pronouncement that Rakeem Florence’s recantation was moot due to the fact there was overwhelming evidence and his testimony being corroborated by the surveillance video. I take exception to both statements, specifically in the Patrick Gonzalez Jr. case.  I want to first remind you…

Fuck Yeah!

The FBI raided Scott Haines’s house. They are talking to EVERYONE who lives close or works near him. This is a victory a long time coming. In a group effort to expose the abuse of power and corruption, finally there has been progress to clean it all up! This is a direct result of a…

Honest Conversation About Veltkamp Shooting

Recently I had a conversation with a deputy I frequently talk with. We discussed a few different things like Sheriff Chip Simmons, morale of the agency and employees that are still shining bad light on the ECSO. It was an honest conversation about the overall aura of the agency. Here is how the conversation went: JS:…

ECSO Litmus Test

EDITORIAL: I want to acknowledge the handling of a serious matter, a little less than 2 weeks ago. My son, who lives in Pensacola, was missing and possibly endangered. I was apprehensive about involving ECSO due to my history with the leadership. However, Chip Simmons, Investigator Lee and Sgt Calogero were fantastic. My son is…

The Morgan Legacy

As for the Legacy of Morgan, I’m nixing the series. I came up with a whole list of legacy titles and all the documentations, such as: The Arbitrary Sheriff; applying the law to people arbitrarily The Murderer Sheriff; being legally responsible for the deaths of Kayla Crocker, Naomi Jones, Lenny Gonzalez, Pam Long Wiggins, Robert…

A Class Act

Instead of posting another post on Morgan’s Legacy, I have to take time to honor an amazing woman’s life. Ms. Kathy Ball was a phenom. She lived 97 years and wore many hats but the most intriguing thing is she worked with her husband for the CIA. Her husband H. Kenneth Ball, spent 40+ years…

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