Conflicting K-9 Records Exist, Lieutenant Says – Sun Sentinel
A Palm Beach County Sheriff`s lieutenant said in a sworn statement on Monday that deputies discovered two conflicting sets of training records on a police dog whose bites have led to two federal civil rights lawsuits …
Cello was sold to the Delray Beach Police Department for $5,500 in April 1981 by John Preston, then a sheriff`s deputy …
Since Dec. 14, 1984, Wille and McGinn have been the subject of a criminal investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Treasure Coast State Attorney`s Office.
These three seemingly disjointed sentences above aren’t disjointed at all, and are therefore scary.
They confirm that the 18th judicial circuit corruption that I fled in 2001 – which later turned out to center ’round disgraced dog handler John Preston and the FBI’s coziness with him – is alive and well here in the 19th judicial circuit, via its investigating disgraced dog handler Thomas McGinn, whom Preston claimed “trained” him.
It explains why State Attorney Bruce Colton’s office wouldn’t help me with State Attorney Norm Wolfinger’s office, why the local FBI field office wouldn’t help me with the Brevard FBI field office, why I was summoned to jury duty in the 19th while holding a drivers license with an 18th address, why Chase wasn’t made to in any way prove their suit against me in the 19th, and why existing laws were ignored to give them preferential treatment as a creditor. And more.
There are other Orlando Sentinel and Sun Sentinel articles from 1986 that flesh out then-Governor Bob Graham’s involvement with discredited dog handlers that were involved with the FBI … the federal agency that is tasked with eliminating public corruption in trials, not generating it, and – significantly – an agency for which Bob Graham provided ten years of “oversight” as a U.S. Senator.
The FBI remains determined to legitimize unique human scent as a science, which has been obviously illegitimate since the Wise Men brought frankincense and myrrh to the Christ Child. Not only do we still have perfume and incense, each of us likely uses a half dozen or more commercially-scented products or more every day.
If the dog in the FBI video below is tracking a primary commercial scent of Downy fabric softener, he would leave the trail he’s on for someone who’s used Downy more generously, or more recently. Someone like you.
But some dog handlers aren’t trying to track scent. John Preston – discredited by an actual perpetrator, skill testing, and DNA (x2) – got his information from officers and/or prosecutors, per Judge Gilbert Goshorn, former prosecutor Sam Bardwell and coached jailhouse informants who recanted, like Clarence Zacke (not only his false testimony against Gerald Stano, but his false testimony against Wilton Dedge, naming his coaches as prosecutors Chris White and John Dean Moxley).
Linroy Bottoson and Gerald Stano were executed; Juan Ramos, Wilton Dedge and William Dillon were freed; Stephen Epperly and Gary Bennett remain incarcerated.
Preston mucked up @1,000 criminal investigations, but these counts are just the beginning of the story … a story that should have have happily ended in 1986. The FBI was involved with several DNA discredited dog handlers, of which Preston was likely the 2nd most prolific; Texas-based dog handler Keith Pikett had mucked up over 2,000 criminal investigations, resulting in multiple false convictions, including three in one family – the Winfrey’s … Megan Winfrey, and her father and brother, both named Richard Winfrey.