In endorsing Crist for the U.S. Senate, Florida Today reveals that its numerous editorial call-outs for Crist to investigate frame-ups were self-serving flimflam.
From: Susan Chandler
Date: October 8, 2010 4:03:20 PM EDT
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, John Glisch <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org explanation of exactly how it is that Wolfinger un-disqualified himself from Bennett’s case, with Crist’s blessings, within Lamar’s knowledge.
Wolfinger is a Republican, Lamar is a Democrat, Crist is an Independent, consistent with the decades-long record of Florida’s conviction corruption being bipartisan. I discussed Brevard’s frame-ups with Republican Rep. Bill Posey and Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson, face-to-face. They listened politely and did nothing. In electing Crist, Floridians would have yet another do-nothing member of Congress who knows that taxpayers are being fleeced to warehouse innocents while felons find new victims among them.
USA Today called a false “all clear” on Preston-tainted convictions in 1994 (“Convicted on False Evidence; False science often sways juries, judges”). Just as Gannett has harmed more than helped victims of Preston’s perjuries – like Bill Dillon – the Detroit Free Press hasn’t been much help to innocent young Davontae Sanford. USA Today’s recent article on prosecutorial misconduct, “Prosecutors’ conduct can tip justice scales,” was more sham than substance, omitting that the DOJ is hamstrung by case law (Imbler v Pachtman, Van de Kamp v Goldstein, etc.) and legislated protections of miscreants civil servants and their supervisors, which Congress should be called upon to override to ensure equal justice. Imbler hinges on the Bar self-policing – which it doesn’t – and establishes the elitism that punishments available to the Bar – fines, suspension, disbarment – are adequate for such circumstances as an attorney deliberately framing a man who was later executed.
In endorsing Charlie Crist for the U.S. Senate, Gannett busily continues painting itself into a corner with a hideous mixture of the blood of victims and the tears of innocents and their families, using subscriber, advertiser, shareholder and taxpayer dollars as paintbrushes, over strenuous objections.
[Please note: I meant to write that the corruption was nonpartisan, not bipartisan.]