While some people may view The Tallahassee O as a “Cop Hater Site” and not understand some of the posts, it is actually a tool being used for responsibility, accountability and transparency of police officers.
Some of the opinions and/or views on this website are those of the website supporters and not necessarily our own views. There are no political candidates running for office that support or own The Tallahassee O. We strictly support the individuals that we feel would be best for the community of Leon County and Tallahassee.
All the Political Candidates That We Support In The Elections Do Not Own Our Website or Network. Our efforts that we stand for as a media group is responsibility, accountability and transparency. Unfortunately, most of the current incumbents in office don’t have those qualities in which we probably need to vote them all out!
Police Officers, Prosecutors and Judges are violating constitutional and civil rights everyday that they have sworn to uphold. Some of them are demonic and evil as shown everyday in news stories across the media.
There is obviously those who operate a crooked government and there are those trying to make a difference and while they wear a uniform and badge, we don’t dislike them also as a whole group.
Exposing the corruption of local government is hard for any media group to do without an incorrect distinction by that of some readers.
We know our readers want change in government as we all do and let’s try to exhibit a clear difference between those that want to conduct themselves properly and represent and protect us as opposed to the other crooked government officials out there that simply don’t care while running things as they like outside the law.
At the end of the day, we believe our readers want what we all want, a better and more effective community that we all feel safe in. Right now, our City has been named the 8th Most Dangerous City in the United States by Forbes Magazine, the Highest Crime Rate in the state and the third highest in traffic accidents and fatalities.
While there are many great accomplishments for applauding our local law enforcement, there is also clearly a need for change in our community in which these public servants are paid by us to work for us. If the views of these individuals are not the same as yours like that of Sheriff Larry Campbell or State Attorney Willie Meggs as top members of local government, it’s time that you put your vote elsewhere.