State Attorney Willie Meggs isn’t well known for holding public servants and politicians accountable. Here’s hoping that Gretl Plessinger’s prompt response to my email indicates that Secretary Buss won’t let Megg’s fumble yet again.
From: “Plessinger, Gretl” <plessinger.gretl></plessinger.gretl>
Date: July 11, 2011 3:42:58 PM EDT
To: [Susan Chandler]
Subject: Re: Three Wakulla Correctional employees are fired and arrested – St. Petersburg Times
Okay. Thank you!
“We Never Walk Alone”
From: Susan Chandler
Date: July 11, 2011 3:37:31 PM EDT
To: Gretl Plessinger <plessinger.gretl></plessinger.gretl>
Subject: Three Wakulla Correctional employees are fired and arrested – St. Petersburg Times
Dear Ms. Plessinger:
Please relay my gratitude to all those who efforts led to the arrest of Wakulla corrections employees Megan Dillard, Andrew Gazapian and Joseph Garrison for their mistreatment of inmates.
I hope to see a break with Florida tradition. I hope to see all three successfully prosecuted.
Of course, I have concerns about State Attorney Willie Meggs handling the prosecution; the first page of a Google search make clear that Meggs is very traditional.
If S.A. Meggs fails to file charges, or drops them prematurely – as he is prone to do – I hope that Secretary Buss is prepared to press the matter with the governor and attorney general.
Again, I would appreciate it if you forward my sincere thanks to those within the DOC who held Dillard, Gazapian and Garrison accountable for their actions.
Three Wakulla Correctional employees are fired and arrested – St. Petersburg Times
State Attorney Willie Meggs