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E-mail From A Reader: Court-Appointed Defense Attorney Gregory Cummings Travels to U.S. Virgin Island During Rachel Hoffman Murder Trial

October 9, 2012

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Tax Watch? | Court Appointed Defense Attorney Gregory Cummings Travels to U.S. Virgin Island During Rachel Hoffman Murder Trial No matter what type of legal case a person may find themselves a party to, a financial discussion will usually take place during the first meeting.  When I first met Mr. Gregory Cummings it was in […]

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Letter From A Reader: Falsely Arrested By Undercover Cops For Buying Gold While Dealing In Stolen Goods

September 21, 2012

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A friend told me about this blog and recommended that I take a look. After reading what your organization does, I’ve decided to write an outline of what happened to me in Tallahassee.  If you find any interest in investigating my situation, I would be more than eager to work with you in stopping this […]

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Jeff Gray, A Speed Trap Crasher In Jacksonville!

September 20, 2012

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For years in the state of Florida. LEO’s have been ticketing motorists who warn others of speed traps by flashing their high beams.  This is despite the fact that flashing high beams to warn of speed traps is not illegal. A judge even issued a court order back in 2005 telling the Florida Highway Patrol […]

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Breaking News: Tallahassee’s Incompetent Screw-up Police Exposed In The New Yorker Magazine | “The Throwaways” | The Real Rachel Hoffman Story

September 2, 2012

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A Reporter at Large The Throwaways Police enlist young offenders as confidential informants.  But the work is high-risk, largely unregulated, and sometimes fatal. by Sarah Stillman  | The New Yorker Magazine |  September 3, 2012 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ On the evening of May 7, 2008, a twenty-three-year-old woman named Rachel Hoffman got into her silver Volvo sedan, put on calming jam-band […]

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Protect Your Valuables Even In A Locked Car

August 29, 2012

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Protect your valuables even in a locked car car burglary August 29, 2012 By: John Pretti | Examiner.Com ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ It only takes a few seconds to bust a car window and grab a purse sitting on the passenger seat in full view.       Credits:             policephotos.com      What would you do if you parked your car, locked […]

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UPDATED: Former Mail Carrier Jacquelyn V. Myers Sentenced

August 29, 2012

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Posted: Wed 2:39 PM, Aug 29, 2012 Reporter: US. Dept. of Justice Press Release Updated: Wed 2:42 PM, Aug 29, 2012 UPDATED: Former Mail Carrier Sentenced TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – August 29, 2012 — 11:56am Myers has been sentenced to three years probation.  She is also ordered to pay restitution of $26,714 plus $400 special assessment. […]

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A Letter From William “Cobra” Staubs To Sheriff Larry Campbell

August 19, 2012

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On Aug 19, 2012, at 11:06 AM, William Staubs <caseclosed@bellsouth.net> wrote: FIRST REQUEST: Please instruct your folks to not destroy, mutilate, or remove anymore of Lisa Sprague’s signs. You refer to her as ‘THAT WOMAN’ (just so you know whom I referencing)   SECOND REQUEST: When you attend public functions please refrain from comments that you […]

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A Letter From Our Reader William “Cobra” Staubs: Red Tide, Dead Fish, No Wonder.

August 17, 2012

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Red Tide, Dead Fish, No Wonder. …… Twenty years ago if someone walked up to me and said I would be purchasing my drinking water for a dollar a bottle at the local store I would have thought them to be insane. Mainly in part because I was raised in the mountains and we drew […]

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A Note From A Leon County Deputy: A Cover-up Investigation By LCSO For Georgia Deputy

August 10, 2012

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Several months ago, in the latter part of last year, a Georgia Sheriff’s Office pursued a vehicle into Leon County. They used the P.I.T. to crash the car way up off 319 North (Thomasville Road) area. The suspects bailed out and ran. One of our first Deputies on scene noticed several shell casings at the […]

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Under the Lens: Red Light Cameras — Ban Unconstitutional Camera Spying!

August 1, 2012

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Posted: Wed 7:35 PM, Aug 01, 2012 Reporter: Whitney Ray | WCTV.Tv Under the Lens: Red Light Cameras Tallahassee, Florida- August 1, 2012 Red-light cameras are under attack on several fronts. Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of the devices in one of four red-light camera challenges it will hear. The Florida Supreme […]

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