Investigating only the Trayvon Martin Brevard/Seminole travesty is yet another Brevard/Seminole travesty

Only the falsely accused have anything to fear from a Florida grand jury, particularly in the Brevard/Seminole judicial circuit. Like Juan Ramos. And Wilton Dedge. And William Dillon. And Gary Bennett. And Jeff Abramowski. And scores of others.

Public servants and police wannabes needn’t worry about Florida grand juries when they ruin or end a life, even a young life. Like Omar Paisley. And Martin Lee Anderson. And Travares McGill. And Eric Perez. And Alex Cullinane. And Trayvon Martin. And who knows how many others.

From: Susan Chandler
Date: March 20, 2012 4:28:17 PM EDT
To: Teresa Martin
Cc: Jane Tillman , publicaffairs@FPC.state.fl.us, ASKDOJ , Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com, Gretl Plessinger , Tampa Division , miami@ic.fbi.gov, president@flabar.org, *TIGTA Investigations Complaints Unit , irsob@do.treas.gov
Subject: Parole Gary Stanley Bennett (DC No. 092481) – served 28+ years wrongfully due to escalating criminal conspiracy

Jane C. Tillman, Director
Communications & Legislative Affairs
Florida Parole Commission
4070 Esplanade Way
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2450

Dear Ms. Tillman,

I am writing to apprise you that I was unable to make transportation arrangements to attend Mr. Bennett’s parole hearing tomorrow. Because I have epilepsy and the stress of public hearings has caused seizures, I can’t risk traveling alone. My seizures are sometimes so violent that they cause temporary amnesia. Forgetting how to get home is a frightful prospect.

It is my sincere hope that during the ten minutes the Parole Commission set aside to hear my arguments, that they will consider further indications that State Attorney Wolfinger is morally bankrupt via your forwarding this letter to the Commissioners.

According to the news, significant numbers are traveling to our state to “shut Florida down” over Wolfinger’s refusal to arrest George Zimmerman for 17-year-old Trayvon Martin’s homicide.

Our media has not apprised the national media that Wolfinger is the same man who refused to file charges against the three Melbourne police officers who – with premeditation confirmed by attempting to disable in-car video equipment – brutally kicked, beat and tased 66-year-old, dementia-suffering Albert Flowers, causing brain damage.

Nor has our media made much of Wolfinger’s inaction – so similar to his treatment of Martin’s homicide – after security guards gunned down 16-year-old Travares McGill on July 16, 2005.

Wolfinger served as Gary’s public defender, and according to the January 30, 1984 Sentinel article about Gary’s conviction that I previously forwarded, “Legal foes differ on value on dog’s nose,” Wolfinger was fully aware when defending Gary that dog handler John Preston had been found a fraud in December of 1982, resulting in Dale Sutton’s release in January of 1983 after two years of wrongful incarceration. Wolfinger was incapable of candor before the court in 1984, and he remains incapable of candor.

Wolfinger facilitated Gary’s transfer to Orange/Osceola State Attorney Lamar, knowing full well that the transfer was tainted through Orange/Osceola and the FBI using Preston against hapless schizophrenic Linroy Bottoson, who was executed in 2002. Wolfinger knew that Lamar’s stake in upholding Preston convictions – because of that execution – was as great as his own.

Like Brevard exonerees Juan Ramos, Wilton Dedge and William Dillon, Gary Bennett was clearly framed by police and/or prosecutors feeding John Preston information to lie on the stand. Again, that is not my personal opinion. That is the official opinion of Brevard Judge Gilbert Goshorn, who personally tested Preston’s tracking skills in Ramos’ retrial and found him unable to track scent; that is the official opinion of the Ohio federal court that set Dale Sutton free.

A parole is not an exoneration, which Gary unquestionably deserves. Courtesy of our fiscally irresponsible legislature and governor’s Jim Crow reversal of semi-automated rights restoration, the process now takes at least five years. A parole will tether Gary to Florida for half a decade, although his mother and sisters have moved away (explaining their not being able to attend his parole hearings). Gary’s family will continue to suffer financial hardships just to see him, and travel is difficult for his frail mother.

Paroling Gary therefore isn’t justice … it will just be a strong public statement on the Florida Parole Commission’s part in support of justice.

The Florida Parole Commission can reiterate that statement by contacting Justice Department spokeswoman Zochitl Iojosa and insisting that their investigation of the Trayvon Martin matter encompass the entirety of Wolfinger’s lawlessness, including Lamar’s complicity, so as to free additional innocents from Lamar’s jurisdiction, like William “Tommy” Zeigler, whose frame is now tied to Gary’s, and John Dobbs IV, whose frame shows what happens in Central Florida when a black man acts in self-defense against a white man (and his thug friends).

I wish I were able to stand for Gary tomorrow, but it is far too likely that I would instead fall. Gary – having volatile epilepsy, too – will understand. Thank you for the professionalism of responding to my letters and for sending me directions to the hearing, Ms. Martin. I look forward to hearing that the FPC has resounding said “no” – twice over – to participating in conviction corruption.

Sincerely,

Susan Chandler

From: “Maria Roach”
Date: March 20, 2012 11:42:06 AM EDT
To: [Susan Chandler]
Subject: Your Actions Helped Launch An Investigation!
Reply-To: “Maria Roach”

All I can say is, “Wow!”

You turned your outrage into action.

Yesterday evening, the Justice Department announced that it will launch an investigation into the killing of Trayvon Martin. As reported by CNN, Justice Department spokeswoman Xochitl Hinojosa said the following in a written statement Monday:

“The department will conduct a thorough and independent review of all of the evidence and take appropriate action at the conclusion of the investigation… The department also is providing assistance to and cooperating with the state officials in their investigation into the incident.”

Thanks to your quick and decisive action, Trayvon Martin’s murder will finally receive the proper investigation it has long deserved. Questions will hopefully be answered. And now, with the involvement of the Justice Department, the FBI, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, we can only hope that justice for Trayvon will be served.

Please share the petition with your friends, family, coworkers, and community. The battle to ensure justice for Trayvon Martin, his family and friends, has just begun!

http://signon.org/sign/justice-for-trayvon-martin?source=s.em.cr&id=&r_by=35964&mailing_id=2782

Thank you again for your support!

From: Susan Chandler
Date: March 14, 2012 4:12:43 PM EDT
To: “Martin, Teresa”
Cc: “Tillman, Jane”
Subject: Fwd: Parole Gary Stanley Bennett (DC No. 092481) – served 28+ years wrongfully due to escalating criminal conspiracy

Jane C. Tillman, Director
Communications & Legislative Affairs
Florida Parole Commission
4070 Esplanade Way
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2450

Dear Ms. Tillman,

Thank you for your prompt response, and for distributing copies of my emailed letter of March 11th to the Commissioners.

I would like to attend the parole meeting, and am attempting to make transportation arrangements. If you would be so kind to advise me of the time and location of the March 21st hearing, I would deeply appreciate it.

Sincerely,

Susan Chandler

From: “Martin, Teresa”
Date: March 13, 2012 1:11:27 PM EDT
To: [Susan Chandler]
Cc: “Tillman, Jane”
Subject: FW: Parole Gary Stanley Bennett (DC No. 092481) – served 28+ years wrongfully due to escalating criminal conspiracy

Ms. Chandler,

Your e-mail in support of Mr. Bennett is appreciated and has been copied and distributed to the Commissioners for their review and consideration.

Mr. Bennett’s case is scheduled to be reviewed by the Commission March 21, 2012. If you would like to appear and speak on his behalf at the Commission Meeting please let me know. As a result of time limitations, it is necessary that presentations be limited to10 minutes. In case there is more than one speaker the time must be shared by all parties.

Teresa

Teresa Martin
Florida Parole Commission
(850) 488-1293

From: Tillman, Jane
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2012 12:11 PM
To: Martin, Teresa
Subject: FW: Parole Gary Stanley Bennett (DC No. 092481) – served 28+ years wrongfully due to escalating criminal conspiracy

Fyi – jt

Jane C. Tillman
Director
Communications & Legislative Affairs
Florida Parole Commission
850-921-2816
850-559-3491 cell
janetillman@fpc.state.fl.us

About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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