In a letter to the DoJ on May 24, 2009 (below), I wrote, “My requests for an FBI Color of Law investigation are close to three years old.”
Nearly another three years have gone by, and the FBI is finally going to show up … to investigate only Brevard/Seminole State Attorney Wolfinger’s most recent Color of Law behavior in failing to charge George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Brevard/Seminole scores of frame-ups didn’t end in the 80’s. Jeffrey Abramowski was framed in this century … Jeff’s 17.3 at D18S51 is not unique DNA as a Florida Department Law Enforcement expert claimed; it’s as common as a head cold. The legitimate DNA matches were Judy Foley and her son Michael Bruce Foley; Judy’s hair was clutched in the victim’s hand. The Foleys had fled the state, they were in possession of the victim’s vehicle and custom jewelry, and there was insurance money involved. Jeff’s children grew up without him.
Jeff’s freedom – along with many others – hinges on the FBI taking their self-serving blinders off. It’s time the FBI admitted they used John Preston and other charlatan dog handlers and clean up the messes they made in doing so, because we’re not paying FBI Director Mueller and FBI agents to protect each other’s reputations, we’re paying them to protect our lives and liberties.
If you agree with that simple statement, please use this link – https://tips.fbi.gov/ – to insist that the FBI investigate all Brevard/Seminole Color of Law behaviors immediately.
From: Susan Chandler
Date: May 24, 2009 5:08:12 PM EDT
Subject: Public Corruption – FBI/Florida’s Brevard and Seminole Counties, 18th Judicial Circuit
Dear Attorney General Holder:
Twenty-two retired federal agents, including former FBI agents Pedro Rubio and Ernest Haridopolos, endorsed Brevard County Sheriff Jack Parker’s reelection although the Brevard Sheriff’s office, to my knowledge, has not been forthcoming with the Brevard/Seminole Public Defender’s office in disclosing additional instances of calling in debunked expert John Preston. The Orlando Sentinel reported that Preston testified in at least 60 Brevard felony trials.
Three related convictions in the district were upset; Juan Ramos in ’87, Wilton Dedge in ’04 and William Dillon in ’08. The upsets revealed use of coached jailhouse informants, James E. Gilmore, Clarence Zacke and Roger Dale Chapman, respectively. Zacke also testified against Gerald Stano, who was executed in ’98 despite Zacke’s recantation, the sworn statements of Daytona Beach police officers, a lack of forensic evidence and more.
I’m told that Ernest Haridopolos is state Sen. Mike Haridopolos’ father. There may be a similar relationship between Pedro Rubio and state Rep. Marco Rubio.
The FBI is mandated to investigate public corruption. ABC “20/20” nationally discredited Preston in 1984, likely all of the retired FBI agents that endorsed Parker were active at some point between then and now.
I’ve gone public with these thoughts on possible untoward connections from the Brevard Sheriff’s office to the FBI, just as I previous went public with my thoughts on a possible untoward connection between the Brevard Sheriff’s office and the Brevard/Seminole State Attorney’s office.
Americans aren’t getting what they pay for in equal protection under the law. Retired agents who are disinterested in upholding rights should be equally disintered in receiving retirement benefits. Ramos, Dedge and Dillon are now taxpayers, as their families are now and were during their combined 54 years of wrongful incarceration.
My requests for an FBI Color of Law investigation are close to three years old. In the FBI Director’s testimony before Congress last week, he said there are 600 agents assigned to investigating public corruption. Surely, two can be spared to go to Brevard County to make sure that the State Attorney, Brevard Sheriff and other law enforcement agencies within the county promptly comply with the Public Defender’s request for disclosure.
Please notify me by return email what I must do to get the FBI to investigate the harm done by John Preston nationwide, beginning “worst first” in Brevard County, Florida. Thank you for your time, I look forward to your response.
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