Central Florida’s non-profit Court Watch took the time to go into detail on their blog about Seminole County Sheriff’s Sergeant Mark Conway‘s proactive role in protecting an endangered young woman from a stalker who likely would have taken her life, as he’d threatened (link below).
Central Florida’s for-profit Orlando Sentinel didn’t go into similar detail over the likelihood that Florida Highway Patrol’s trooper James E. Gilbert will get a walk on sexting a minor by claiming his prosecution was politically motivated, as his cancelled court appearance suggests (link below).
Kudos to Court Watch, and still further shame on the Orlando Sentinel, the newspaper so negligent in reporting on prosecutorial misconduct that its readers believe that Lawson Lamar and Jeff Ashton are legitimate Democratic rivals for Orange/Osceola State Attorney (that’s Floridian for District Attorney).
If the Orlando Sentinel, Ashton and Lamar had legitimately done their jobs, I wouldn’t have had to write any posts about Gary Stanley Bennett and William “Tommy” Zeigler’s prosecutions, let alone repeated posts.
Until the heavy hitters in the alternative media pick up on sleazy frame-ups and the prosecutors that perpetrate them, I’ll write as much as I can about incarcerated innocents. I’d rather be decorating, but if Court Watch can stay at it until what happens in courts furthers justice instead of flaunting it, I guess I can, too.