It is only because Florida has a conviction corruption (frame-up) problem and a growing problem with keeping inmates alive that I am tending more to the circumstances of other victims of public servants’ corruption than I am to my own. These activities don’t meet any interpretation of “pursuit of happiness,” and I’ll happily retreat from them the moment our state has a governor with a spine and a conscience. If Governor DeSantis has both, he’ll request Kathy Fernandez Rundle’s resignation today.
WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT: PROTECTING FEDERAL INVESTIGATION INTO TAX & CREDIT-CARD FRAUD IN FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS OR JUSTICE FOR THE MURDER OF DARREN RAINEY?
Tax and credit-card fraud have been happening in large levels in Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) for close to two decades. When I was working for the FDC Inspector General’s Office as a Confidential Informant, I was involved in investigation into individuals who were filing more than 100 tax returns a year. All of the tax-returns they were filing ranged between $1,200 and $4,800. As it relates to credit-card fraud, I can’t count how many inmates I’ve known over the last decade who have processed hundreds of credit-card applications a year over their cell-phones. The majority of inmates who engage in tax and credit-card fraud in FDC have staff helping them with their fraud. From personal knowledge I understand the Federal Government’s interest in protecting their investigation into organized fraud in FDC.
I also hope that the Federal Government understands how important it is to protect their investigations. For this…
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