EXCLUSIVE – Koch Brothers, Rick Scott And Jeb Bush Exposed In Florida Pipeline Scandal
To investigate these circumstances would be to investigate the highly questionable actions of yet another state agency, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. These actions in turn reach back into the Jeb Bush administration (1999-2007), when then Governor Bush and the Florida Cabinet, over the objection of then Attorney General Charlie Crist, gave preliminary approval for a Georgia-Pacific pipeline from its Palatka paper mill to the St. Johns River.
There are some essential truths in Daily Kos‘ Leslie Salzillo’s exclusive aside from the pipeline scandal.
For instance, Charlie Crist is indeed twice the man of Jeb Bush and Rick Scott combined. This was made most apparent via his inexpensive, recidivism-reducing, Jim-Crow-crushing, semi-automated felon rights restoration process – which Rick Scott wrecked not only on behalf on the Prison Industrial Complex, but on behalf of those in the GOP who are terrified of non-whites that vote.
But Crist left thousands of Floridians twisting in the wind, because he didn’t fire FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey for letting Florida law enforcement agencies protect and serve law enforcement officers ahead of the public, as Jeb Bush should have done the moment that Bailey’s prejudicial behaviors became patently obvious.
My emails regarding the FDLE’s prejudicial behaviors were initially directed to Jeb Bush. The information in my 2008 email below, although I didn’t know much of the the details at the time, indicates that the FBI and Department of Justice were aware of and participating in – nationwide – widespread coverups of forensics foul-ups and outright forensics scams, of which charlatan dog handlers, coached informant testimony and false DNA testimony are only a small part. To attempt to update the information in my email would overwhelm readers.
What I wish to impart in this post, as emphatically as possible, is that Daily Kos‘ Leslie Salzillo is being deliberately misled as to the content of Gerald Bailey’s character as well as his competence, and that her current stance on his termination being harmful to Floridians – as it is anything but harmful – may undercut their creditability on all that is genuine within her exclusive, if not corrected. Please see the paragraphs I placed in bold.
From: “Governor Charlie Crist” <Charlie.Crist@eog.myflorida.com>
Date: December 18, 2008 1:12:12 PM EST
To: [Susan Chandler]
Subject: FW: Chief Inspector General Case Number #200811240005
Dear Ms. Chandler:
Thank you for contacting Governor Charlie Crist. The Governor asked that I respond on his behalf.
To assist you, I shared your concerns about the State Attorney’s Office in the 18th Judicial Circuit of Florida with the Governor’s Staff. The Governor’s Office is taking your request for appointment of a special prosecutor under consideration.
Thank you again for taking the time to contact Governor Crist.
Office of Citizen Services
From: Susan Chandler
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 6:45 PM
To: FL_GOV Inspector General; Governor Charlie Crist
Subject: Chief Inspector General Case Number #200811240005
Dear Chief Investigator Miquel and Governor Crist:
I have received Investigations Manager Heidi Huelskoetter’s letter of December 2nd. Despite all official claims to the contrary from both your offices, it is common for Florida’s Governor to make assignments of qualified personnel, via Executive Order, to conduct independent investigations of complaints regarding public corruption. Brevard’s corruption is long standing, open and notorious, with complaints made publicly by the Brevard/Seminole Public Defender’s office, the Innocence Project, independent defense attorneys, journalists, concerned citizens and victims over the course of many years.
I repeat what you already know:
State Attorney Wolfinger was one of Juan Ramos’ defenders in 05-1982-CF-001321-AXXX-XX, which came before the court in 1982. Wolfinger faced prosecutors Moxley and White, both of whom were involved in the prosecutions of Wilton Dedge and Gerald Stano. Aside from Moxley and White, common to the Dedge and Stano prosecutions was the coached jailhouse informant testimony of Clarence Zacke (a different jailhouse informant was deployed against Ramos, James E. Gilmore). Common to the Dedge and Ramos prosecutions was the false testimony of crime scene dog handler John Preston, who was discredited on the television program 20/20 in 1984, the same year that Wolfinger was elected as State Attorney — three years prior to Juan Ramos acquittal at retrial and twenty years prior to Wilton Dedge’s DNA exoneration.
Because Wolfinger did nothing to comply with bar ethics with his knowledge of the use of the debunked dog handler and coached snitches in 1984, Gerald Stano was executed and Florida taxpayers continue to foot the bill for an unknown number of innocents to remain incarcerated while dangerous sex offenders and killers walk free to do them harm. Wolfinger fines Florida taxpayers further; unethically battling each victim of Preston and/or snitches that surfaces.
Wolfinger’s office refuses to drop the charges against William Dillon. John Preston swore falsely against Dillon over 27 years ago, as did jailhouse informant Roger Dale Champman. Wolfinger intends to put self-professed perjurer Donna Parrish on the stand again. The DNA evidence points away from Dillon, but Wolfinger sent further evidence to the FDLE to test.
FDLE DNA expert Gary Daniels, PhD and serologist, swore falsely against Jeffrey Abramowski in Brevard, maintaining that two markers out of 15 was a “hit” because a variant of 17.3 at D18S51 is entirely unique. I worked at Harris Corporation gathering technical information from law enforcement agencies nationwide for Harris’ NCIC 2000 contract. I am familiar with CODIS and know that two markers isn’t a “hit,” and found ample, credible information that a variant of 17.3 at D18S51 is anything but unique.
Because FDLE Commissioner Bailey feels no need to address Daniel’s testimony in Abramowski’s trial, allowing the FDLE to conduct DNA tests and/or testify in any matter has a predictable outcome of further FDLE expert misrepresentations before tribunals.
Over the years, along with Wilton Dedge and countless others, I have asked for nothing from this administration or the one that preceded it but behaviors that are compliant with the rule of law and consistent with each governors’ public proclamations of reverence for justice, respect for the rights and liberties of constituents and dedication to ensuring public safety. Continuing to emulate Gov. Bush is unacceptable, Gov. Crist — life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness aren’t ephemeral notions for you to arbitrarily destroy for political expediency.
Please immediately author the appropriate Executive Orders that will signal the beginning of the end of corruption in Brevard. Thank you.