Socrates, on slander

When the debate is lost,
slander becomes the tool of the loser.

Admirably/dauntingly skilled WordPress blogger Joann Chateau published this Socrates’ quote a while ago [].

According to my life experiences, including research on frame-ups, it bears revision, at least for a modern day U.S.A.:

When the debate is lost,
slander becomes the tool of the loser,
which quite often lets him be an ersatz winner in a U.S. court of law

Despite the slanderous (or libelous) claims of my many foes over the years, there’s no such thing as adult onset birth defects. My birth defects were present at my premature birth; I haven’t had surgery to correct any of them.

I refer to myself as Wobbly because my limb lengths don’t match and my light sensitive  epilepsy is volatile. They’re just two of many flaws present at birth. I’ve a single kidney that has always liked to make stones, and every once in a while, try to klunk out. My bladder likes to make stones, too, courtesy of another defect. I’ve got leaky heart valves, thankfully not leaky enough to require surgery. And there’s much more.

At age 19, I only knew that my limbs were mismatched by an inch and that my tail bone was deformed. That’s when the lovely woman I’d thought was my birth mother died (DNA tests) of cancer at home, with me as her primary caregiver. I’d specifically asked mom if there was anything she wanted to tell me – we both knew she was dying – and all she said was “be happy.” Apparently she figured the locket she’d given me after one of her surgeries was all the additional information I needed. It holds a picture of my dad – who really is my dad (DNA tests) – and a picture of one of my three half sisters, mom’s only child from her first marriage, 14 years my senior. My insistence that it should be given to that sister was met with mom’s yet more adamant insistence that I should be its new owner, despite my (well known to her) lifelong preference for silver over gold, and despite the locket holding my sister’s picture instead of mine. Mom glared when I asked for an explanation. She instructed me to keep it, no matter what. I did. DNA tests say I’m very closely related to mom, the locket may say the rest.

My kidney tried to kill me just a couple of months after mom’s death. I’d hadn’t remembered that I’d been hospitalized for renal distress while quite young … and I didn’t remember on my own. The Henry Ford Hospital doctors read it off my chart to me. They also told me about my scoliosis, but unfortunately didn’t read the rest of the lengthy list of defects to me. Dad pretended complete ignorance of there being anything wrong with me (he’d had to take me to the hospital because I was too far gone to drive, and somehow knew which specialists I needed to see). His I-know-nothing ruse would have been believable if he’d afterwards treated me as something other than a domestic servant, as he’d been doing since mom’s illnesses and surgeries. All I ever remember dad saying about my birth was that I looked like a hairy hot dog or a scrawny baby monkey. My weight was healthy, 6 lbs, but I was 22″ tall, and covered with lanugo hair.

At 19, I knew quite a bit about dad’s character flaws, and not just from his almost daily disappearing acts during mom’s rapid decline that made being her primary caregiver almost seem like house arrest.

My Social Security records should show more four or more years of work history, and three or more were from my first job at my father’s insurance agency. Dad had his bookkeeper deduct employment taxes from my wages, but directed her not to submit payment to Michigan or the federal government for them. The bookkeeper told me that what she was doing under his orders was wrong, and told me to fight him. But I trusted dad when he told me that the bookkeeper was mistaken, up until a close friend got a tax refund, and said I ought to file, too.

So I tried to file. The forms required a Social Security number, so I called S.S. to see what my number was. They told me I didn’t have one. I went to one of their offices, thinking if I was there in person, they’d try harder, and find it. There wasn’t one, of course. I successfully filed for the first time for 1967, using the new number I was issued and the pay stubs I received showing that deductions were taken from my gross incomes. It was the second lie I’d caught my employer/father in.

One of my cousin’s friends worked at the agency for a very short time. Although still in school, I was in charge of a good part of her training – I’d been working there for many summers, weekends and holidays. She complained about her low wages, which turned out to be much higher than mine … dad had told me not to discuss wages because mine might make other employees jealous, even though I deserved high wages for the quality/quantity of work I put out.

Dad’s dirty tricks escalated over the years, including many slanders, including under oath. It may very well be that one of his children was under a psychiatrist’s care all they while they were in high school, as he swore I was under oath during an unemployment hearing. But it certainly wasn’t me: my schedule was too damn tight. I could have used a psychiatrist, for sure. If your dad routinely steals from you and one of his many violent acts knocks you unconscious and splits your head open when you’re a toddler, you’re going to have issues. And PTSD. And I do. I see a specialist intermittently, most often when my advocacy for incarcerated innocents takes an unusually bizarre turn.

Dad’s “under a psychiatrist’s care” slander was unsuccessful, but most of his other slanders under oath were very successful. And they shouldn’t have been. Triers of fact should stick to facts, not what they “feel” about what a father would or wouldn’t do to his very own daughter.

Right now, there’s a very large tree resting atop my very small house, which likely means that at least one of the many jarring tornado phone alerts during Irma was legit.

It’ll slow down my activism for others and pursuit of justice for myself, for sure. But it won’t stop me. I’ve been fighting slanderers, libelers, thieves and/or rogue public servants for fifty years. It was never my job, but it was always my responsibility … I’m an American, and obliged by birth to fight tyranny, including our wholly dysfunctional justice system – and the other two branches of government that ignore the dysfunction. If you’re an American, you are obliged to fight tyranny, too.

One can be happy while fighting. There’s nothing funnier than officers, prosecutors, judges, politicians, reporters, etc., who still take themselves seriously despite careers built on slandering and libeling and otherwise harming others for fun and profit … like still-doing-nothing-for-no-one-other-than-herself Hillary Clinton, and her incredible verbal assaults on Bernie Sanders. Funny as hell.

Less funny is how this judge “feels” about premeditated murder (by cop):

But if this judge is anything like Brevard County, Florida frame-up specialist prosecutor/Judge John Dean Moxley, a lot of the other stuff he’s said, done and “felt” is indeed laughable.

Even the very large tree atop my very small house will be funny someday. Be happy.

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9/11 Criminal Wars Of Aggression Ending.


By Jerry Alatalo

n the 16th anniversary of 9/11 people sensed a number of good developments pointing towards re-investigation(s) into the truth of that day, prosecution of those responsible for 9/11, and, most importantly – finally ending the completely manufactured, 9/11 false-flag enabled, horrific “war on terrorism”.

When former United States military officer Scott Bennett suggests that American politicians and generals will face Nuremberg-style prosecutions for their illegal actions in planning, conducting, and covering up 9/11 – followed in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria etc. … looking at the immeasurable heart-wrenching results offers certainty “Nuremberg” is the correct descriptive.

Like George Bush and Barack Obama before him President Donald Trump continues repeating the lie(s) of 9/11, only different from them in the higher level acting skills used to manipulate people into believing in fantasy. Mr. Bennett rightly and accurately describes anyone in America intentionally deceiving others through public statements as traitorous…

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What we (re)learn from #Harvey: there’s more room in a broken heart

After you give a listen to Carly Simon’s deluge-appropriate words, please give a thought to contributing to the Sgt. Steve Perez Fund [].

Sgt. Perez lost his life in Houston while trying to save others from Harvey’s floodwaters. Thank you.






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Lawyer Who Filed DNC Lawsuit Clarifies Judge’s Dismissal

Worth listening to … reasons to be angry, and active. Until the DNC holds itself accountable for its frauds, it has seen its last donation from me … and I’m far from an original thinker on that score.


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Please #DoubleTap Brevard Co, FL re #FrameUps, @48Hours/@EFMoriarity

Gerald Stano

Gerald Stano, like scores of others, was framed in Brevard County, FL. Prosecutors John Dean Moxley and Chris White coached jailhouse informant Clarence Zacke to testify falsely against him (and against Wilton Dedge, in an unrelated case). No physical evidence linked emotionally unstable, serial confessor Gerald to any crime, let alone the dozens of homicides that were “cleared” upon his conviction. Gerald was wrongly executed in 1998.

I’ve never had more registered hits on my blog than I’ve had surrounding the post I wrote yesterday about Crosley Green’s Brevard County, Florida frame-up (visits to my site via private browsing are only detectable by viewing “most popular posts” stats).

That’s why I’m calling upon CBS48 Hours Erin Moriarity to strike again with additional information on Crosley Green’s frame-up, while the iron is hot. There is no telling how many innocents Brevard has framed aside from Crosley, Juan Ramos, Wilton Dedge and William Dillon, which means there is no telling how many rapists and killers are still on the streets.

Certainly, Brevard framed Gerald Stano, Gary Bennett, Jeff Abramowski and likely Monte Adams … and scores more.

What should be uppermost in Ms. Moriarity’s mind is that dirty police, prosecutors and judges don’t limit their lawlessness to frame-ups. She needn’t look very hard for proof; here’s a brief sampling:

  • Use the index of Glenda Carlin Busick’s book Brevard Good Ole Boys to discern the details of financial wrongdoing by some of the players involved in frame-ups.
  • Secure Wilton Dedge’s confirmation that Clarence Zacke testified falsely against him after  suspiciously being placed in a transport van with him (Wilton appeared on the 48 Hours segment last night.
  • A comparison of former Brevard prosecutor and judge John Dean Moxley’s months-apart public statements concerning the homicides of Yolanda Garvin Williams and Alissa Blanton … Moxley blamed Ms Williams for her own death for not following through on securing an order of protection; Moxley said his failure to grant Ms Blanton an order of protection wouldn’t have prevented her homicide, that protection orders are just pieces of paper (the search feature on my blog should help).
  • Watch the documentary After Innocence, see prosecutor Chris White in (freaky) full-out theatrical mode, attempting to keep Wilton Dedge’s false conviction intact, despite DNA evidence [].
  • Make a formal request for information of the Florida governor’s office dating back to 2004 concerning my requests of Jeb Bush, Charlie Crist and Rick Scott concerning Brevard frame-ups, including Gerald Stano’s.
  • Ask Bob Graham to personally explain his 80’s investigations – as Florida’s governor – of disgraced dog handlers John Preston and Thomas McGinn (Preston’s “trainer”).
  • Locate the Daytona officers who tried to save Gerald Stano’s life by telling the truth about the alleged confessions that investigator Paul Crow secured, whose testimony was backed by the first ghost writer that Crow hired to capitalize on securing those “confessions.”
  • Ask Geraldo Rivera to provide a copy of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s on-air (first) campaign promise to investigate all Florida convictions involving dog handler John Preston.

Gerald wasn’t the only Florida man to be executed after discredited-six-ways-from-Sunday dog handler John Preston got involved. Hapless schizophrenic Linroy Bottoson was convicted in Orange County – which borders Brevard – and was executed in 2002.

The FBI participated in Linroy’s case, and that is key – absolutely – to understanding how conviction corruption flourishes. The FBI was involved with a number of DNA-discredited dog handlers, and they won’t own up to it. Their influence is significant … a former agent sits on the Innocence Project of Florida’s board.

Bob Graham was on the Senate Intelligence Oversight Committee in 2002 (he served 10 years there), and did nothing that I’m aware of to address the FBI’s scandalous embrace of phony forensic experts. He certainly didn’t save Gerald’s life. Or Linroy’s.

Erin Moriarity’s 48 Hours segment [] was compelling enough to perhaps secure Crosley Green’s freedom, but it wasn’t compelling enough to go the distance and free the other innocents. That requires an immediate second strike; a Double Tap. I hope that CBS will  allot Ms Moriarity the resources and time it’ll take to blow Brevard’s corruption apart – every bit of it – once and for all.

Linroy Bottoson

Linroy Bottoson, hopelessly mentally ill, was convicted using oft-disgraced dog handler John Preston in Orange County, Brevard’s neighbor, and executed in 2002. The FBI had participated in his case, and used a number of DNA-disgraced dog handlers nationwide, which they have yet to admit to it, although former FL legislator/Governor/US Senator Bob Graham was in a position to have them do so while he served in Senate Intelligence oversight for 10 years.


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“Last Chance” for incarcerated innocent #CrosleyGreen? Nope.


Crosley ‘Papa’ Green – like scores of others, framed in Brevard County, Florida

Incarcerated innocents enjoy receiving mail and canteen money from concerned strangers, like most do when a television show or major newspaper does a “last chance” story on them.

But they’d rather just go home and try to piece their lives back together, while those who engineered their wrongful incarceration face justice.

The 48 Hours promo clip about Crosley “Papa” Green (below) comes on strong in saying there was many things amiss from the beginning in pegging him as Chip Flynn’s slayer. The entire segment should be every bit as strong: Brevard County, Florida – where Crosley was falsely convicted – may well be our nation’s frame-up capital (per capita), and some of the tactics used and folks involved in Papa’s frame-up have already had their evil ways exposed in multiple exonerations.

Each of us should fight like hell to get rid of legal technicalities that allow reporters and news personalities to declare that it’s any incarcerated innocent’s “last chance” … even if an innocent dies behind bars, no artifice should keep his or her name forever sullied.

For many of us, fighting like hell consists of hitting “share” buttons – it sometimes takes all the strength we’ve got. Please hit some, if you can. Thank you.

Sneak peek: Last Chance for Freedom

August 17, 2017, 4:20 PM|A Florida man has spent nearly three decades in prison for a murder he says he didn’t commit. Evidence suggests he might be right — will he get a new trial? “48 Hours”‘ Erin Moriarty has the latest on the case of Crosley Green — a case she’s been covering for more than 18 years. Watch Saturday, Aug. 19 at a special time — 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.


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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.


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