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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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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This came to me today from a source inside the ECSO.   We are in a time that society views sexual behavior of our leaders through a microscope, as well as the people in the workplace. We review what is right and what is wrong. Our views may not be the views of everyone. In …

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This post has been difficult to write because I’ve found that so many illegal, improper things keep happening that it is difficult to focus on just one. So this is going to be an overview of where everything stands today. Doug Underhill vs Alan McMillan This political race is virtually over.  God seems to have …

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Chief Simmons, This letter was written by many anonymous hands because of the climate of retaliation that I am sure you can appreciate. We understand that you are in the middle of working toward becoming Sheriff. You have been reaching out to the shifts and you have asked for support of the employees. Many of …

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I have been a keen observer of Pensacola politics for 6 years.  Before that, I spent 25 years as a passive, generalist of political news. I knew the headlines and heard the talk but I couldn’t tell you specifics most of the time. During that time (the past 31 years), I have seen some of …

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Recently, there has been article after article about the corruption of the law enforcement agencies in the area. The attention was, at first, on the employees that were wronged, which is reasonable because those individuals are the most obvious victims of the corruption. When an employee is wrongly terminated, the process demands the employee to, …

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