John Dean Moxley’s Lifetime Achievement = Public Corruption

Judge John Dean Moxley To Be Honored With Space Coast Public Service Lifetime Achievement Award


… we present Judge John Dean Moxley, who graced the courtrooms of Brevard County for more than 40 years, prosecuting or presiding in over 700 trials during his distinguished career – a legacy of which few can compare. He has proudly served the legal community as a prosecutor, judge and teacher.


The Space Coast Daily habitually celebrates the worst of Brevard County, Florida’s public servants, most frequently promoting Sheriff Wayne Ivey, who is mentioned in the Moxley article. The SCD has deleted my unfavorable comments concerning Moxley, along with an unfavorable comment from another reader which I’d “liked.” This, too, is habitual on the SCD‘s part.

Central Florida’s mainstream media has protected and served John Dean Moxley, not Floridians. Their doing so contributed to the mounting death toll attributable to Moxley’s most consistent Lifetime Achievement … public corruption.

While I work on technical issues with authoring new blog posts, please read “Somebody please hold John Dean Moxley Accountable.”  I hope to add more posts very soon.


Posted in "false light", #ColorOfLaw, #FailureToKeepFromHarm, #FauxForensics, #FrameUps, #JudicialMisconduct, #LoveFL, #MaliciousProsecution, Brevard County, Connick v Thompson, FBI, FDLE, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sat. Aug 19, San Jose: MILLIONS FOR PRISONERS MARCH – in solidarity with March in Washington DC

Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity

On AUGUST 19, 2017 please join in solidarity with the historic Millions for Prisoners Human Rights March. People from all over the country will be marching and hosting a rally at the White House to formally issue and demand the removal of the 13th Amendment “exception” clause that legalizes slavery. People are traveling from as far as California to join the March. Solidarity marches, rallies, and protests are being planned across the country to coincide with the DC event.  Here’s San Jose!



SATURDAY, AUG 19, 2017

We DEMAND the 13th Amendment ENSLAVEMENT CLAUSE of the United States Constitution be amended to abolish LEGALIZED slavery in America.

We DEMAND a Congressional hearing on the 13th Amendment ENSLAVEMENT CLAUSE being recognized as in violation of International law, the general principles of human rights and its direct links to:

• For…

View original post 234 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Why the Fairness Doctrine needs to return.

“It may seem like a small thing, but it was the Reagan-era removal of this little FCC law that started us down the slippery slope to fake news and political propaganda reported as fact, which in turn led to the political extremism and hatred that divides our nation.”

Lucky Otters Haven


I’m old enough to remember the days when the news was simply the news and the  various networks and other outlets didn’t differ much or at all in what they reported, only slightly in style.   Reporters were mostly emotionally detached and broadcasted the events of the day without much partisan opinion or editorializing.  When they did, an opposing viewpoint would always be presented.     Sure, mainstream news back then could be boring and dry.  Opinion is  based on emotion, and an emotional, sensationalized delivery of the news is more enticing and sells better than the reciting of facts.   Old-school reporters and anchors were well respected even though they never were considered celebrities.

Until the 1980s, American mainstream news was for the most part “fair and balanced,” with only actual facts delivered or both sides given airtime when an issue was politically controversial.   Sure, there were always tabloids…

View original post 1,098 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

62 Reps Ask Tillerson to Encourage Restraint, Pursue Talks with North Korea


62 Reps Ask Tillerson to Encourage Restraint, Pursue Talks with North Korea


Today, 62 House representatives sent a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urging him to do what he can to rein in President Trump’s recklessness on North Korea. The effort was spearheaded by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI).

In the letter, the signers offer their support for Tillerson’s recent statements calling for talks: “We strongly support your recent statements calling for direct talks with North Korea and offering assurances that our country is not their enemy and does not seek war or regime change.”

They also call on the administration to reaffirm Congress’ constitutional responsibility to debate and authorize war and seek authorization from Congress prior to any preemptive military action against North Korea.

Earlier this week, between the anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, President Trump appeared to threaten North Korea with nuclear war, warning of “fire, fury and frankly power, the likes of which the…

View original post 1,056 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Socratic light and shadows …

A Socrates quote contained in one of JoAnn Chateau’s blog posts hit home:

The comic and the tragic lie inseparably close,
like light and shadow.

I’ve had questions about where I fit into my family tree for years. My atheist father was raised Lutheran; my mother was Methodist, I was baptized Presbyterian. Instead of the standard godfather, godmother gig common to these protestant persuasions, I had two godmothers. At a time when unwell infant’s baptisms were rushed to avoid gossip about  parental negligence leading to hell being overpopulated by babies, this sickly premie’s baptism was delayed nearly a year. There were scores of other puzzlements, so I had my DNA tested. By two separate companies.

It seems that my father is my father, but my mother isn’t my mother – although I’m closely related to her. My siblings and cousins who were tested are therefore related to me, but there are dozens and dozens of unexpected cousins, and the apparent DNA explanation lies in yet another religion … old school, multi-wife Mormonism. And therein lies only part of the humor, at least from where I sit.

My younger brother played and sung my father’s favorite song at his memorial service – House of the Rising Sun. It can’t just be me who thinks its laughable for a 100-year-old  atheist’s favorite song to be a lament for living a life of sin he never admitted to, let alone taught his children – per the lyrics – not to do what I have done.

Twisted funnybone aside, I’d like to get answers in this PTSD therapist endorsed DNA quest, but I’m not physically up for all the work it entails … if I can get some clarity, I’ll not only eliminate one source of nightmares, it’ll make me better able to help my adopted daughter with her DNA test results, which didn’t even yield the siblings we know to exist.

So I’ll post my Utah ancestors’ portraits here, like mugshots. They were man and wife (2nd of five, if memory serves). If you see either of them in your family tree, please leave a comment – I’ll withhold the comment from publication to keep it in the family.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments

Statement on Nuclear Ban Treaty Vote

“Preaching temperance from a barstool never works. The U.S. can not lead the push for nuclear non-proliferation on the Korean peninsula while it spends billions to maintain one of the world’s two biggest nuclear arsenals. It’s time for the U.S. to get off of the barstool and lead by example.”


For Immediate Release: July 7, 2017

PEACE ACTION: U.N. Action on Nuclear Weapons Fundamentally Reframes
Global Nuclear Weapons Debate

Washington, D.C. — July 7, 2017 — In response to the announcement that the U.N. voted to adopt a treaty that calls for the total elimination nuclear weapons, Jon Rainwater, Executive Director of Peace Action, released the following statement:

“The treaty represents a major step towards eliminating the catastrophic threat that nuclear weapons pose to humanity and life on earth. By boldly outlawing the possession of nuclear weapons the treaty fundamentally changes the terms of the global nuclear weapons debate. This treaty draws a bright line in international law that will be hard to ignore. Over time this clear legal standard can reframe a debate still dominated by obsolete ideas of deterrence and “mutually assured destruction” that obscure the real-world moral consequences of nuclear weapons use.

Preaching temperance from a barstool…

View original post 244 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment



Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment