Fla. Gov. Rick Scott says he will monitor the Corey Jones shooting investigation
” … I believe in our law enforcement. They are doing the right things.”
Corey Jones was slain by an off duty officer in Palm Beach County, Florida while waiting for a tow truck. The only hope for justice for Jones’ family is the public, because Governor Rick Scott is a liar that supervises liars, which to-date has been okay with feds, and which the mainstream media isn’t going to make that clear until they’re absolutely forced to … it leans so far to the right that it’s a wonder that many “reporters” can even walk.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, overseer of all Florida law enforcement agencies, hasn’t done the right things for decades … this blog would be about all things green and gorgeous if it had … I’m an interior/exterior decorator, not a journalist. There is no way on earth that I would have begun to tackle wrongful convictions, the abuse and even slaying of inmates by corrections personnel, the FBI’s faux forensics, the U.S. Supreme Court’s flagrant favoritism, Bar associations’ swindles and the Innocence Industry’s deceits, or anything else outside of my knowledge and skill base – aside from participating in social justice campaigns, as I’ve done throughout my adulthood – if the whole lot of it hasn’t been personally crushing me since 2001.
A full court press is needed to get Rick Scott out of office before his term his over, and get him on his very best behavior immediately, for Corey Jones’ family’s sake, and for thousands of others, including framed death row innocent William “Tommy” Zeigler.
Tommy has been granted an evidentiary hearing that’s to take place in four to six weeks, and after 40 freaking years of full-out malicious prosecution and judicial misconduct, Tommy is certainly due his first fair day in court, with the mainstream media no longer underplaying Jeff Ashton’s duplicity, from his Ashley Madison subscription to his slandering Tommy as a homosexual/sociopath to his accepting improper correspondence in Gary Bennett’s case from Judge John Dean Moxley, a case that Ashton knew shouldn’t have been in his hands to begin with.
The players on Rick Scott’s team – particularly the mainstream media – cheat to win, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be defeated. Below are three petitions that I hope that readers will sign and share to begin the full court press to rid ourselves of Rick. I’d be delighted to add similar petitions – just post them in a comment. Thank you.
[Note: I do know about full court presses; the final year I played basketball, I co-captained a team that was UNDEFEATED. Go maroon!]