The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Discussion about the 15th Judicial Circuit, including the clerks office, the courthouse and other county offices
Tinkertoy

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Tinkertoy » Wed Apr 27, 2016 6:36 pm

Wow.....we've all known that Bradshaw likes to be associated with people reportedly connected to the mob (John Staluppi) but to pay this dirtbag Kasman as a confidential informant is reaching an all time low even for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Is that really how we want our tax dollars spent? As for any claims he has about MD, just consider the source.
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Snitchkass

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Postby Snitchkass » Wed Apr 27, 2016 7:54 pm

Saying Kassman is creditable is like saying heroin will improve your life. :roll:
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Fleas

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Postby Fleas » Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:05 pm

Snitchkass wrote:Saying Kassman is creditable is like saying heroin will improve your life. :roll:


Yea, working with PBSO's, lost Kas all credibility. I;m surprised Kas would associate himself, with these dirt bags.

Kas, Lie down with dogs, wake up with fleas.
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Crooked Ruler

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Postby Crooked Ruler » Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:16 pm

Snitchkass wrote:Saying Kassman is creditable is like saying heroin will improve your life. :roll:


Its all about relativity. Look at his surroundings.
A measurement, is only as good as the instrument, taking the measurement, sooooo.....

Besides, Palm Beach Legal Aid now handles the Kas type cases. with Pro Bono Lawyers.
Kas can get assistance from victim services, like other "officials.
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Thu Apr 28, 2016 12:20 am

Tinkertoy wrote:Wow.....we've all known that Bradshaw likes to be associated with people reportedly connected to the mob (John Staluppi) but to pay this dirtbag Kasman as a confidential informant is reaching an all time low even for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Is that really how we want our tax dollars spent? As for any claims he has about MD, just consider the source.

They didn't just pay Kasman then. Thats peanuts. What PBSO did was much worse. They denied a viable victim, a true victim, the attorney that was victim of fraud and theft, the justice they honestly deserved when kasmin stole a check for $15,000 off of their desk and cashed it. And they denied this victim justice to further their witchhunt against Dougan. They should all be arrested. Their priorities are so fucked up, it's reprehensible.
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Rat

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Rat » Thu Apr 28, 2016 7:51 am

Guest wrote:
Tinkertoy wrote:Wow.....we've all known that Bradshaw likes to be associated with people reportedly connected to the mob (John Staluppi) but to pay this dirtbag Kasman as a confidential informant is reaching an all time low even for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Is that really how we want our tax dollars spent? As for any claims he has about MD, just consider the source.

They didn't just pay Kasman then. Thats peanuts. What PBSO did was much worse. They denied a viable victim, a true victim, the attorney that was victim of fraud and theft, the justice they honestly deserved when kasmin stole a check for $15,000 off of their desk and cashed it. And they denied this victim justice to further their witchhunt against Dougan. They should all be arrested. Their priorities are so fucked up, it's reprehensible.


You are correct, but it was a little over 5K, and the attorney had a few fleas himself . . .
http://www.gossipextra.com/2015/02/11/john-gotti-godson-lewis-kasman-accused-stealing-check-cashing-4437/
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Harry

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Postby Harry » Thu Apr 28, 2016 12:20 pm

Get your facts straight -- The check was for $5000.00 stolen by Lewis Kasman from former Attorney Nicholas Steffens. GET YOUR STORY RIGHT!
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Lewis Kasman

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Postby Lewis Kasman » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:06 pm

I had to turn rat on my friends. I love it in the ass but not from niggers. If you want to hit my ass, please call me any time. (561) 414-9029. That's my cell. I suck a mean cock also. Multi faceted! I used to suck Gotti's stinky cock for a few bucks each time. I'm easy to please specify call me. (561) 414-9029
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Harry Belafonte

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Postby Harry Belafonte » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:26 pm

That is disgusting - But it sounds like Dougan is in a rage and panic..... Along with Lambiet.... We all Dougan releases telephone numbers....
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Harry Belafonte

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Postby Harry Belafonte » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:32 pm

FACT - Check WAS stolen ---(5000.00) stolen by Kasman from Nicholas T. Steffens.
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The First Illegal

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Postby The First Illegal » Thu Apr 28, 2016 3:13 pm

Harry Belafonte wrote:FACT - Check WAS stolen ---(5000.00) stolen by Kasman from Nicholas T. Steffens.


All of this was minor, in view of this POS's, word, able to get a judge in the 15th., to sign off.
The 15th., Circuit Judge, is actively working to shut down the 1st. Amendment, during an election year, using Kas as a PC credibility smokescreen, for the issuance.
That's a very big, big problem.

Where's the First Amendment Foundation on this? http://floridafaf.org/
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Harry Belafonte

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Postby Harry Belafonte » Thu Apr 28, 2016 3:22 pm

You dummies Steffens endorsed the check he handed Kasman in his office........ So says the handwriting expert........................... Lonely sick Mark Dougan --- In ur play pen all alone without Jose Lambiet to cuddle with you..... Sad Sick Dougan..... Check that TSA watch list for Dougan and Joseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.......
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Clark Kent

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Postby Clark Kent » Thu Apr 28, 2016 5:23 pm

1. Who was the 15th Circuit Judge, who signed off on the warrant, for the Mob?
http://www.gossipextra.com/2016/04/28/p ... mant-5907/

2. And who is the father, of Rosemary's baby?
http://www.gossipextra.com/2015/02/20/v ... dams-4490/

Lots of un answered questions, as those who ask, are being locked up in Bradshaw's jail, for political dissidence.
I need a straight answer, for my report, for the Daily Planet News Paper.
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15th Kiddie Park

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Postby 15th Kiddie Park » Fri Apr 29, 2016 12:26 pm

Without the support of the few corrupt judges, and SA, almost all of Palm Beach County Corruption, would cease.
Maybe Judge Colbath, can help. He's seems like a decent judge, but is absent, on the court house corruption, and its paid contractors, who fleece the public, and harm children.

Our 15th Circuit Judges, fully support the corruption, and the FBI should investigate, The North County Court House.
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Art Expressions

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Postby Art Expressions » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:56 pm

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Jammers want to disrupt the unconscious thought process that takes place when most consumers view a popular advertising and bring about a détournement.[15]

Activists that utilize this tactic are counting on their meme to pull on the emotional strings of people and evoke some type of reaction.
The reactions that most cultural jammers are hoping to evoke are behavioral change and political action.

Culture jamming is the practice of disrupting the mundane nature of everyday life and the status quo with surprising, often comical or satirical acts or artworks.
culture jamming effectively is by employing a metameme.

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Culture jamming is a form of activism and a resistance movement to the hegemony of popular culture, based on the ideas of "guerrilla communication" and the "denouncement" of popular icons and ideas. It has roots in the German concept of spass guerilla, and the Situationist International.
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 12:03 am

Fuck your YouTube video bullshit. This case is about him hacking and nothing more. Not one thing happened to him because of this bs website. You're as phony as he is.
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 1:45 am

Guest wrote:Fuck your YouTube video bullshit. This case is about him hacking and nothing more. Not one thing happened to him because of this bs website. You're as phony as he is.


Is there a victim? Was there a trial? Who were the witnesses?
What did the jury find? When did this all happen? Were you there?

Now its the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th. and 14th tossed out, and circumvented?
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 3:16 am

As far as dissemination is concerned, you need to look at Florida star vs BJF:
The Florida Star v. B.J.F., 530 So. 2d 286 (1988) Supreme Court of Florida;
Florida Star v. B.J.F., 499 So. 2d 883 (1986) Fla. Dist. Court of Appeals

Florida Star v. B. J. F., 491 U.S. 524 (1989), is a United States Supreme Court case involving freedom of the press and privacy rights. After The Florida Star newspaper accidentally revealed the full name of a rape victim it got from a police report, the victim sued for damages. State law made it illegal for a publication to print a rape victim's name, and the victim was awarded damages. On appeal, the Supreme Court ruled the imposition of damages for truthfully publishing public information violates the First Amendment.

It was found the law basically punishes a newspaper which truthfully prints information which it had legitimately obtained from a government agency. It is unconstitutional for a government agency to impose punishment upon a newspaper for truthfully publishing information that the government had in fact released publicly.

Moral of the story, if the government doesn't want it out there, they should be careful and not release it.
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PBSO Mobbed Up

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Postby PBSO Mobbed Up » Sat Apr 30, 2016 8:06 am

Guest wrote:As far as dissemination is concerned, you need to look at Florida star vs BJF:
The Florida Star v. B.J.F., 530 So. 2d 286 (1988) Supreme Court of Florida;
Florida Star v. B.J.F., 499 So. 2d 883 (1986) Fla. Dist. Court of Appeals

Florida Star v. B. J. F., 491 U.S. 524 (1989), is a United States Supreme Court case involving freedom of the press and privacy rights. After The Florida Star newspaper accidentally revealed the full name of a rape victim it got from a police report, the victim sued for damages. State law made it illegal for a publication to print a rape victim's name, and the victim was awarded damages. On appeal, the Supreme Court ruled the imposition of damages for truthfully publishing public information violates the First Amendment.

It was found the law basically punishes a newspaper which truthfully prints information which it had legitimately obtained from a government agency. It is unconstitutional for a government agency to impose punishment upon a newspaper for truthfully publishing information that the government had in fact released publicly.

Moral of the story, if the government doesn't want it out there, they should be careful and not release it.


The raped girl, was not seeking reelection, nor has any victims come forward in the Dougan case.

As far as dissemination is concerned, there's no charges made public, as the SA has its hands full, determining weather or not, to file charges on an alleged blogger. Yes, After the site was pulled, PBSO has arrested a person, it claims made a comment, or comments.

But, now that the site is back up, its likely the state won't file, unless they want to be again revealed, as being completely corrupted, and the actors names published.
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 9:00 am

Once again you are comparing apples to oranges. The release was not intentional and the information was not gleaned from hacking a government website. I doubt that the State will be the body filing the charges. The only issue that I saw was the SAO doing the same Search Warrant as the FBI and the Feds have Forensic Examiners that likely trump local abilities. So if there is an indictment it will be at the Federal Level and not local.
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Clark Kent

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Postby Clark Kent » Sat Apr 30, 2016 9:11 am

Guest wrote:Once again you are comparing apples to oranges. The release was not intentional and the information was not gleaned from hacking a government website. I doubt that the State will be the body filing the charges. The only issue that I saw was the SAO doing the same Search Warrant as the FBI and the Feds have Forensic Examiners that likely trump local abilities. So if there is an indictment it will be at the Federal Level and not local.


That makes perfect sense.

So all of this, falls under the directives, of a very convenient CI, for PC, a SO for In-Take, and a judge, to shut down The First Amendment? That's some "Joint Task force, PBC has.

This is in the largest News Paper in the World, in the largest city in the world.
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nationa ... -1.2564679

Has the PB Post picked up on this?
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 11:16 am

Nothing surprises me in this county.
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 2:29 pm

At what point does an illegal act,( dissemination of confidential information) become a First Amendment issue? Dougan calls everyone corrupt and he has been proven to be the consummate liar and fraud. He wasn't even a good cop at either agency he worked for and somehow he gets placed in some high regard. Wasn't he under some "plan" to make him a acceptable Deputy when he went on FMLA and applied for another job in a different state? He may be a computer guru of some renown but as a cop, utter failure. Everything is always someone else's fault and when he does get caught crossing the line he run to Russia. Sorry. No sale.
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sat Apr 30, 2016 10:18 pm

I don't believe that the target of a Search Warrant in ANY jurisdiction is entitled to even see the affidavit until they are charged. I know for a fact that the detainment was brief and that Dougan was not prevented from leaving. If he was detained it was because he is known to have weapons and that would be a basic officer safety issue in any Search Warrant. No ones rights were violated. However if Dougan is charged by the Feds a UFAP warrant will accompany the original charge.
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Egomaniac

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Postby Egomaniac » Sun May 01, 2016 4:10 am

Guest wrote:I don't believe that the target of a Search Warrant in ANY jurisdiction is entitled to even see the affidavit until they are charged. I know for a fact that the detainment was brief and that Dougan was not prevented from leaving. If he was detained it was because he is known to have weapons and that would be a basic officer safety issue in any Search Warrant. No ones rights were violated. However if Dougan is charged by the Feds a UFAP warrant will accompany the original charge.


Just curious, but who the fuck are you to determine conclusively that "no one's rights were violated", sociopath parrot? Isn't that judgement grossly outside the parameters of your mandate, let alone far beyond your education level and pay grade, wannabe brownshirt? You know more about than Tom Julin?
"Known to have weapons"? What the hell does that mean - gardening shears, rubber mallet, or lava rocks? Anyone with a kitchen with anything sharper than a butter knife in it falls into that category! How many x-cops
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Egomaniac cont.

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Postby Egomaniac cont. » Sun May 01, 2016 4:15 am

. . . do you know of that are unarmed? Since you know so much, please share the number and type of "known weapons" found and/or confiscated during the bogus raid.
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 7:41 am

Guest wrote:At what point does an illegal act,( dissemination of confidential information) become a First Amendment issue? Dougan calls everyone corrupt and he has been proven to be the consummate liar and fraud. He wasn't even a good cop at either agency he worked for and somehow he gets placed in some high regard. Wasn't he under some "plan" to make him a acceptable Deputy when he went on FMLA and applied for another job in a different state? He may be a computer guru of some renown but as a cop, utter failure. Everything is always someone else's fault and when he does get caught crossing the line he run to Russia. Sorry. No sale.

I worked Dugans district. Never had goose eggs in his stats. Had tons of arrests. Lots of add a boys from supervisors. The plan you talk about, put on that plan only after he called Bullshit on his supervisors for criminals behavior. Hmmm, something about Sgt Rabanne beating black people sounds familiar. Don't blame the guy for leaving. If you say he wasn't a good cop, post the district stat sheets for his time working there so we can see what he actually did compared to the rest of his shift. Otherwise tour claim is meaningless
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Irrelevant

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Postby Irrelevant » Sun May 01, 2016 10:34 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:At what point does an illegal act,( dissemination of confidential information) become a First Amendment issue? Dougan calls everyone corrupt and he has been proven to be the consummate liar and fraud. He wasn't even a good cop at either agency he worked for and somehow he gets placed in some high regard. Wasn't he under some "plan" to make him a acceptable Deputy when he went on FMLA and applied for another job in a different state? He may be a computer guru of some renown but as a cop, utter failure. Everything is always someone else's fault and when he does get caught crossing the line he run to Russia. Sorry. No sale.

I worked Dugans district. Never had goose eggs in his stats. Had tons of arrests. Lots of add a boys from supervisors. The plan you talk about, put on that plan only after he called Bullshit on his supervisors for criminals behavior. Hmmm, something about Sgt Rabanne beating black people sounds familiar. Don't blame the guy for leaving. If you say he wasn't a good cop, post the district stat sheets for his time working there so we can see what he actually did compared to the rest of his shift. Otherwise tour claim is meaningless


The 2nd poster's comment may be accurate, but the question of whether or not Dougan was a good cop or not is an irrelevant red herring; being a shitty cop isn't a crime, and at PBSO, being a criminal cop doesn't even get you fired 97% of the time, let alone catching a charge or any type of meaningful discipline whatsoever.
How about focusing on the corrupt, criminal pigs still walking around with a badge and a gun? How about the thoroughly corrupt SAO? FDLE? Think a command staff of criminals might be a greater threat to the public than a guy who hasn't been a cop for over 5 years and has left the country to seek political asylum in Russia?
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 10:53 am

Egomaniac wrote:"Known to have weapons"? What the hell does that mean - gardening shears, rubber mallet, or lava rocks?


Or a cell phone, a waistband, urine, a dime bag of weed, a bicycle, a wine bottle, hands, Down's Syndrome, autism, or any other severe mental handicap, eyes to see Victoria Miller giving Custer head, valid unsent complaints of ethics violations, several websites that have been exposing Corruption County for years, direct knowledge of Custer's philandering which was about to be revealed in court, the Van Reeth photos, etc, etc. . .
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 11:50 am

Guest wrote:I don't believe that the target of a Search Warrant in ANY jurisdiction is entitled to even see the affidavit until they are charged. I know for a fact that the detainment was brief and that Dougan was not prevented from leaving. If he was detained it was because he is known to have weapons and that would be a basic officer safety issue in any Search Warrant. No ones rights were violated. However if Dougan is charged by the Feds a UFAP warrant will accompany the original charge.


So lets recap. PBSO was only involved beyond the extent of providing Ex Mob snitch Kasman, to the SA, for PC, SA got the FBI involved, the w/ the mob snitch, procured by the PBSO, was given to the SA and FBI to be presented to a sitting judge, who then signed the search warrant? And then a "county court judge, in PBC, along with a ASA in Broward, shut down a media outlet, and Free Speech?

Is this the basic story?
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 12:54 pm

Irrelevant wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:At what point does an illegal act,( dissemination of confidential information) become a First Amendment issue? Dougan calls everyone corrupt and he has been proven to be the consummate liar and fraud. He wasn't even a good cop at either agency he worked for and somehow he gets placed in some high regard. Wasn't he under some "plan" to make him a acceptable Deputy when he went on FMLA and applied for another job in a different state? He may be a computer guru of some renown but as a cop, utter failure. Everything is always someone else's fault and when he does get caught crossing the line he run to Russia. Sorry. No sale.

I worked Dugans district. Never had goose eggs in his stats. Had tons of arrests. Lots of add a boys from supervisors. The plan you talk about, put on that plan only after he called Bullshit on his supervisors for criminals behavior. Hmmm, something about Sgt Rabanne beating black people sounds familiar. Don't blame the guy for leaving. If you say he wasn't a good cop, post the district stat sheets for his time working there so we can see what he actually did compared to the rest of his shift. Otherwise tour claim is meaningless


The 2nd poster's comment may be accurate, but the question of whether or not Dougan was a good cop or not is an irrelevant red herring; being a shitty cop isn't a crime, and at PBSO, being a criminal cop doesn't even get you fired 97% of the time, let alone catching a charge or any type of meaningful discipline whatsoever.
How about focusing on the corrupt, criminal pigs still walking around with a badge and a gun? How about the thoroughly corrupt SAO? FDLE? Think a command staff of criminals might be a greater threat to the public than a guy who hasn't been a cop for over 5 years and has left the country to seek political asylum in Russia?


Being a good cop means you play by the rules, do everything they say, and not speaking out against corruption within the agency. Once you do, you are no longer a great cop, but a bad cop and a failure. I agree, they should post the district stats. They forget how you busted your ass on your time off, working cases on your own time. How you spent a week investigating and researching area burglaries, tying them all together so that the D-bureau could come in and take the credit. About Deputy of the Months, about making a difference in the lives of the people you have taken an oath to serve. Of course, they have to forget these things; they are way too inconvenient to their argument. So they forget everything good they write... everything good they sign, and say the person hosting the website is a bad cop.

Attached in these pages, I see letters and signatures from people like Gauger, Sgt. Custer, various supervisors. Regarding any investigations they claim, six of them launched in retaliation only after blowing the whistle on what was happening in the Glades... well, that's pretty obvious at the reasons. When you write a guy up for getting involved in a civil matter, and that civil matter happens to be helping a large pregnant lady take the car seat out of her car getting repossessed so her child don't have to ride without a car seat... And back-dating incidents by more than a month to meet the policy of a valid IA complaint, well, you know you are pretty desperate to leave a paper trail. All this so they can claim the whistle blower is a bad deputy. Whatever. The file speaks for itself, and it's nothing they can dispute.
Dougan-letters-of-commendation.pdf
(2.59 MiB) Downloaded 48 times
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 1:18 pm

Yes but the horrific outcomes for all of Palm Beach County citizens is that PBSO will scrape up any CI, and pay them for telling a story, that is used as a predicate, in signing a warrant, which violate 1, 4,5,6, and 14th.

What kind of a county is this, when a judge, and and can be easily swayed, by a mob affiliate, to punish those who speak out against the corruption, the very judge upholds.

Who's the goods guys? Who's the bad guys? Why shut down media? WTF?
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Jeck Webb

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Postby Jeck Webb » Sun May 01, 2016 1:38 pm

" Attached in these pages, I see letters and signatures from people like Gauger, Sgt. Custer, various supervisors. Regarding any investigations they claim, six of them launched in retaliation only after blowing the whistle on what was happening in the Glades... well, that's pretty obvious at the reasons. When you write a guy up for getting involved in a civil matter, and that civil matter happens to be helping a large pregnant lady take the car seat out of her car getting repossessed so her child don't have to ride without a car seat... And back-dating incidents by more than a month to meet the policy of a valid IA complaint, well, you know you are pretty desperate to leave a paper trail. All this so they can claim the whistle blower is a bad deputy. Whatever. The file speaks for itself, and it's nothing they can dispute.

Dougan-letters-of-commendation.pdf
(2.59 MiB) Downloaded 2 times

Wow! impeccable. They should have his picture in the lobby, but instead, the punish him for his opinion, and reporting.

Did the SA show the judge this, when asking for the warrant? Or, was it a one sided investigation?
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Guest

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Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 7:16 pm

ex Deputy likely to have a weapon. Maybe even a CCW permit. Again, different from how anyone else is treated during a search warrant? Have you ever done one? Talk about False Flags.
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Guest

Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 8:15 pm

Guest wrote:Yes but the horrific outcomes for all of Palm Beach County citizens is that PBSO will scrape up any CI, and pay them for telling a story, that is used as a predicate, in signing a warrant, which violate 1, 4,5,6, and 14th.

What kind of a county is this, when a judge, and and can be easily swayed, by a mob affiliate, to punish those who speak out against the corruption, the very judge upholds.

Who's the goods guys? Who's the bad guys? Why shut down media? WTF?


The whole thing, was constructed by Bradshaw. that's why a no show, Except for Deputy Lewis Kasman, of course.
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UPL Specialist

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Postby UPL Specialist » Sun May 01, 2016 9:32 pm

" Lewis complained to Comcast (Dougan's ISP) on behalf of Gauger and Bradshaw"

Lewis Kasman, affords distance for PBSO, while at the same time, PC for the SA to take to a judge.
The county circuit judge, then shut down the First Amendment for all, (media), (free speech).

1st. Amendment , via, Public Good Issue Here.

FS 768.0415 :

(2) As used in this section, the phrase or term:

(a) “Free speech in connection with public issues” means any written or oral statement that is protected under applicable law and is made before a governmental entity in connection with an issue under consideration or review by a governmental entity, or is made in or in connection with a play, movie, television program, radio broadcast, audiovisual work, book, magazine article, musical work, news report, or other similar work.

Arthur,

This fits well, if needed.


1st. Amendment , via, Public Good Issue Here.

FS 768.0415 :


(2) As used in this section, the phrase or term:

(a) “Free speech in connection with public issues” means any written or oral statement that is protected under applicable law and is made before a governmental entity in connection with an issue under consideration or review by a governmental entity, or is made in or in connection with a play, movie, television program, radio broadcast, audiovisual work, book, magazine article, musical work, news report, or other similar work.


(b) “Governmental entity” or “government entity” means the state, including the executive, legislative, and the judicial branches of government and the independent establishments of the state, counties, municipalities, corporations primarily acting as instrumentals of the state, counties, or municipalities, districts, authorities, boards, commissions, or any agencies thereof.

(3) A person or governmental entity in this state may not file or cause to be filed, through its employees or agents, any lawsuit, cause of action, claim, cross-claim, or counterclaim against another person or entity without merit and primarily because such person or entity has exercised the constitutional right of free speech in connection with a public issue, or right to peacefully assemble, to instruct representatives of government, or to petition for redress of grievances before the various governmental entities of this state, as protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and s. 5, Art. I of the State Constitution.



(4) A person or entity sued by a governmental entity or another person in violation of this section has a right to an expeditious resolution of a claim that the suit is in violation of this section. A person or entity may move the court for an order dismissing the action or granting final judgment in favor of that person or entity. The person or entity may file a motion for summary judgment, together with supplemental affidavits, seeking a determination that the claimant’s or governmental entity’s lawsuit has been brought in violation of this section.

The claimant or governmental entity shall thereafter file a response and any supplemental affidavits. As soon as practicable, the court shall set a hearing on the motion, which shall be held at the earliest possible time after the filing of the claimant’s or governmental entity’s response. The court may award, subject to the limitations in s. 768.28, the party sued by a governmental entity actual damages arising from a governmental entity’s violation of this section. The court shall award the prevailing party reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred in connection with a claim that an action was filed in violation of this section.


5) In any case filed by a governmental entity which is found by a court to be in violation of this section, the governmental entity shall report such finding and provide a copy of the court’s order to the Attorney General no later than 30 days after such order is final. The Attorney General shall report any violation of this section by a governmental entity to the Cabinet, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives. A copy of such report shall be provided to the affected governmental entity.
History.—s. 1, ch. 2000-174; s. 1, ch. 2015-70.

http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2015/768.295

i.e. and more to the point: Social Policies, i.e., "Liability for injury to parent"
Title XLV
TORTS Chapter 768
NEGLIGENCE View Entire Chapter


768.0415 Liability for injury to parent.—A person who, through negligence, causes significant permanent injury to the natural or adoptive parent of an unmarried dependent resulting in a permanent total disability shall be liable to the dependent for damages, including damages for permanent loss of services, comfort, companionship, and society. This section shall apply to acts of negligence occurring on or after October 1, 1988.
History.—s. 1, ch. 88-173.
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Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 9:39 pm

UPL Specialist wrote:" Lewis complained to Comcast (Dougan's ISP) on behalf of Gauger and Bradshaw"


Not Lewis Kasman, Mark Lewis - sorry for the ambiguity. Too many Lewises!
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Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 10:08 pm

Guest wrote:
UPL Specialist wrote:" Lewis complained to Comcast (Dougan's ISP) on behalf of Gauger and Bradshaw"


Not Lewis Kasman, Mark Lewis - sorry for the ambiguity. Too many Lewises!


Yea, well, point being. Mark Lewis is PBSO, and not consumer affairs, or, the BBB.
Without the judge crushing free speech, by signing the seemingly bogus warrant, none of the "suspended free speech, would have occurred. I look forward to seeing future uploads, on the language, and reports, the judge was presented.

This judge, in keeping with Palm Beach tradition, is "in effect", tampering, and obstructing the freedom of speech, to position an incumbent elected official, in a position of being UN-opposed, by cutting off the media, not favorable, to the incumbency.

Was she fooled, pressured, or just a plain garden variety, of a corrupted, PBC leader?
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Re: The 15th's Anti-First Amendment, Un-Plugged

Postby Guest » Sun May 01, 2016 10:57 pm

Guest wrote:Yea, well, point being. Mark Lewis is PBSO, and not consumer affairs, or, the BBB.
Without the judge crushing free speech, by signing the seemingly bogus warrant, none of the "suspended free speech, would have occurred. I look forward to seeing future uploads, on the language, and reports, the judge was presented.

This judge, in keeping with Palm Beach tradition, is "in effect", tampering, and obstructing the freedom of speech, to position an incumbent elected official, in a position of being UN-opposed, by cutting off the media, not favorable, to the incumbency.

Was she fooled, pressured, or just a plain garden variety, of a corrupted, PBC leader?


Exactly the point. Mark Lewis is PBSO.
Hell yes to all the rest.
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