What Michael Schiavo didn't know was that this brain-damaged woman (epilepsy) couldn't get the time of day from Jeb Bush, even though the police department she was experiencing extreme difficulties had undergone internal, FDLE and FBI investigations in the face of so many controversies that the chief resigned. Even though the judge she was experiencing extreme difficulties with was involved in frame-ups using a knowingly discredited dog handler. Even though the state attorney that refused to accept a complaint about the police department and the judge had served as a defense attorney in dog handler cases, and thrown them. Jeb is an awful man. Read what Mother Jones said in 1994: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/1994/03/whitewashing-bush-boys
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Posted on February 17, 2015
by Jerry Alatalo
assachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch spoke on the floor of Congress on February 12, 2015 calling for passage of H. 400 more words
Former Democratic Florida legislator/Governor/US Senator Bob Graham inserting himself into the conversation over the withheld 28 pages regarding Saudi financing of 9/11 does nothing to redeem him; his "public service" - including ten years on the Senate Intelligence Oversight Committee - remains hopelessly blackened by his unwillingness to address conviction corruption that has kept innocents incarcerated for more than 30 years, per my prior post "God damn Bob Graham," and countless other posts. Until Graham fixes the horrendous messes he personally made in "investigating" dog handlers John Preston and Thomas McGinn as Florida's governor, he shouldn't be cashing any pension checks or paychecks furnished by taxpayers. That three successive Republican Florida governors have had his back on Preston and McGinn and more - Jeb Bush, Charlie Crist, Rick Scott - is a dead giveaway that cronyism is not only stronger than their party affiliations, but stronger than their combined patriotism.
Brevard judge takes paid leave after courtroom scuffle
Murphy, a retired Army colonel who served 30 years in the military, helped to start and presides over Veterans Treatment Court, which seeks to help veterans suffering from mental health issues or substance abuse by keeping them out of jail. 87 more words