John Dean Moxley’s Lifetime Achievement = Public Corruption

Judge John Dean Moxley To Be Honored With Space Coast Public Service Lifetime Achievement Award


… we present Judge John Dean Moxley, who graced the courtrooms of Brevard County for more than 40 years, prosecuting or presiding in over 700 trials during his distinguished career – a legacy of which few can compare. He has proudly served the legal community as a prosecutor, judge and teacher.


The Space Coast Daily habitually celebrates the worst of Brevard County, Florida’s public servants, most frequently promoting Sheriff Wayne Ivey, who is mentioned in the Moxley article. The SCD has deleted my unfavorable comments concerning Moxley, along with an unfavorable comment from another reader which I’d “liked.” This, too, is habitual on the SCD‘s part.

Central Florida’s mainstream media has protected and served John Dean Moxley, not Floridians. Their doing so contributed to the mounting death toll attributable to Moxley’s most consistent Lifetime Achievement … public corruption.

While I work on technical issues with authoring new blog posts, please read “Somebody please hold John Dean Moxley Accountable.”  I hope to add more posts very soon.


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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