5th Circuit State Attorney Violated F S 104 31 by Attacking Chris Blair

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#25
Dec 26, 2012
 
This Bradley King guy has got some major fed butties protecting his back side. seems these guys really like the little boys and doing everything they can to keep their secrets secret with their friend the gay sheriff in lake county. There ain't no secrets around here everybody knows whose doing who. lol
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#26
Jan 2, 2013
 
so when is this criminal state attorney going to let up on our new sheriff he's scared of and call of the FDLE and let the man go to work, or is he?

there is plenty more to this story. this one is Marion county's Bengahzi for sure!
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Jan 6, 2013
 
A 20-pound bale of marijuana missing from the Marion County Sheriff's Office went literally up in smoke ó by accident. SURE IT DID!!!

http://www.ocala.com/article/20130105/ARTICLE...

So concludes a report released Friday by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to investigate after the pot was unaccounted for during an inventory of the evidence section ahead of Dean leaving office next week.
According to the report, the missing marijuana was part of a 50-bundle, 810-pound stash seized by the Florida Department of Transportation in November 2009.

In July 2010, Brad Kingís office asked that two of the bundles be pulled from the stack and sent to FDLE's lab in Jacksonville for testing. Apparently this one didnít get there!

According to the report, four of the five employees with access to the evidence facility passed lie-detector tests, wherein they were each asked if they stole the marijuana.

The fifth employee, Nicki Palmer, was not given a polygraph because she now works in Texas.

Palmer was the person assigned to drive the bales to Jacksonville but agents concluded that the bale reported as missing had been returned to the warehouse, and that no evidence of criminal activity had been uncovered.

2 Charges Filed Against Brent King - By Jim Runnels Of The Sentinel Staff, July 16, 1992

A Gainesville prosecutor has filed charges of marijuana possession and driving under the influence against the brother of State Attorney Brad King. Misdemeanor criminal charges of driving under the influence and possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana were filed Tuesday against Brent King, 30, of Mount Dora. King, who has two prior convictions for driving under the influence, is expected to enter a no-contest plea to the marijuana charge in mid-August.His attorney, MIKE GRAVES,(now our new Public Defender) said Wednesday he believes the charges will not affect plea negotiations between his client and special prosecutor James Welch, who was assigned to the case by Gov. Lawton Chiles.

Brother Of A Prosecutor Pleads Guilty In Drug Case - August 22, 1992

Brent King, 30, brother of 5th Circuit State Attorney Brad King, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana Friday morning. In exchange, Alachua County Assistant State Attorney Jay Welch said the state will not prosecute King on a driving-under-the-influence charge. King was ordered to pay $250 in fines and serve a year's probation. After the May 18 arrest, Brad King, whose district includes Lake, asked Gov. Lawton Chiles to appoint a special prosecutor .Lake County Judge Richard Boylston, sensitive to potential claims that Brent King was getting a sweet deal because of his connection to the prosecutor's office, asked Welch and King's attorney, Mike Graves, if they felt the sentence was out of line.

Pay close attention to the negative comments made by State Attorney Brad King on Chris Blair.

http://www.ocala.com/article/20121009/ARTICLE...
This missing POT would have never been mentioned if Dan Kuhn or anyone else Brad King could control had been elected the sheriff. Notice Brad King has still Got Chris Blair under investigation by the same team that whitwashed the missing POT investigation!
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#28
Jan 6, 2013
 
Now, here is an article on the REC picking Dan Kuhn's replacement, which you know was Blair. Notice the dates. One day apart.

http://www.ocala.com/article/20121010/ARTICLE...

IN 1990 BRAD LINK FIRED HIS OWN CHIEF INVESTIGATOR FOR MEDDLING IN A SIMILAR SITUATION AS HE DID TRYING TO BLOCK CHRIS BLAIR'S APPOINTMENT AS THE STAND IN CANDIDATE FOR HIS FORMER EMPLOYEE AND CLOSE FRINED DAN KUHN.

Gerard King Fired Over Griffin Letter
By Wesley Loy Of The Sentinel Staff, July 31, 1990
The chief investigator for the 5th Judicial Circuit State Attorney's Office was fired Monday for writing a letter supporting Wildwood police Sgt. Monte Griffin's fight to stay in law enforcement. Gerard King was dismissed Monday afternoon after meeting in Ocala with his boss, State Attorney Brad King. The two are not related. Brad King said Monday night that the dismissal was a simple case of a subordinate ignoring his orders. In a letter of termination given to Gerard King on Monday, he was accused of violating a policy forbidding state attorney's employees from getting involved in controversial issues such as the Griffin case.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? IT'S BOTH MEDDLING IN POLITICS!

Now, here is a link to FS Statute 104.31 Look at 1 (a)

http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm...

Shouldn't there be a real investigation into Brad King for violating that statute?

Shouldn't there be a real investigation into why Brad King has worked so hard to keep Chris Blair from becoming the sheriff of Marion County?

You can darn well bet their is a lot more missing around that sheriff's office than 20 pounds of pot!
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#29
Jan 6, 2013
 
Campaign Tactics To Be Probed Prosecutor Using Office Unfairly, Critic Brad King Claims

By Jim Runnels of The Sentinel Staff, August 5, 1988

Gov. Bob Martinez has assigned a special prosecutor to look into allegations that 5th Circuit State Attorney Ray Gill has been using his office to help his campaign for re-election. Martinez assigned Jacksonville State Attorney Ed Austin after Gill wrote Barbara Linthicum, general counsel to the governor, and asked for the special prosecutor. The request was sparked by news stories quoting Gill's Democratic opponent and former employee Brad King. King has repeatedly claimed that Gill is breaking the law by using his employees and office to help his campaign.

Grand Jury Hears 5 Witnesses In Gill Case
By Wesley Loy of The Sentinel Staff, September 15, 1988

Five people testified Wednesday before a Marion County grand jury investigating possible campaign law violations by 5th Circuit State Attorney Ray Gill, including Gill's political opponent, Brad King. King, who ran Gill's Citrus County office before launching his campaign for state attorney, spent about an hour and 15 minutes behind closed doors with the 17-member grand jury. King charged that his former boss was using his employees and office to bolster his re-election bid. On the order of Gov. Bob Martinez, 4th Circuit State Attorney Ed Austin of Jacksonville investigated the allegations for a month before calling for a grand jury to consider the case.

Ray Gill Has Few Regrets
By Angela Dickey of The Sentinel Staff, October 30, 1988

When Ray Gill looks back on his tenure as state attorney for the 5th Circuit, he sees only successes: higher conviction and guilty-plea statistics, streamlined office procedures, enormous strides in protecting the rights of victims.''The record is there,'' he says, if only the public will look past his political opponent's distortion of it. In fact, says Gill, his only regret is having kept that opponent around. When Gill assumed the state attorney's job in January 1985, Brad King was already on staff, having worked for Gill's predecessor, Democrat Gordon Oldham.

Prosecutor King Promises Status Quo In Re-election Bid
By Jim Runnels, Of The Sentinel Staff, July 21, 1992

Brad King, whose legal resume can be pared down to one word - prosecution - is seeking a second term as state attorney for the 5th Judicial Circuit, which includes Lake County. King, 34, got his first regular job as a lawyer when he became an assistant state attorney with former 5th Circuit State Attorney Gordon Oldham in 1981. Seven years later, voters elected him to state attorney.''When I was first elected state attorney, I made only three promises,'' King said, adding that he has succeeded on those goals: mending fences with law enforcement agencies in the area; having a professional staff; and convicting more criminals.

Well he mended the fences alright. He crawled right in the sack with the corrupt ones. A professional staff? Really? And about that convicting more criminals thing he just recycles the street level dealers and keeps them on probation for a cash flow. The real criminals are in the government offices and working for the government and he don't prosecute them of their frineds.
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Jan 7, 2013
 
BRAD KING USED CAMPAIGN LAW VIOLATIONS AGAINST HIS OWN FORMER BOSS 5TH CIRCUIT STATE ATTORNEY RAY GILL-

Campaign Tactics To Be Probed Prosecutor Using Office Unfairly, Critic Claims
By Jim Runnels of The Sentinel Staff, August 5, 1988

Gov. Bob Martinez has assigned a special prosecutor to look into allegations that 5th Circuit State Attorney Ray Gill has been using his office to help his campaign for re-election. Martinez assigned Jacksonville State Attorney Ed Austin after Gill wrote Barbara Linthicum, general counsel to the governor, and asked for the special prosecutor. The request was sparked by news stories quoting Gill's Democratic opponent and former employee Brad King. King has repeatedly claimed that Gill is breaking the law by using his employees and office to help his campaign.

Grand Jury Hears 5 Witnesses In Gill Case
By Wesley Loy of The Sentinel Staff, September 15, 1988

Five people testified Wednesday before a Marion County grand jury investigating possible campaign law violations by 5th Circuit State Attorney Ray Gill, including Gill's political opponent, Brad King. King, who ran Gill's Citrus County office before launching his campaign for state attorney, spent about an hour and 15 minutes behind closed doors with the 17-member grand jury. King charged that his former boss was using his employees and office to bolster his re-election bid. On the order of Gov. Bob Martinez, 4th Circuit State Attorney Ed Austin of Jacksonville investigated the allegations for a month before calling for a grand jury to consider the case.

Grand Jurors said allegations they heard included use of state equipment and supplies for campaign purposes, brief discussion of campaign business during Gill's office meetings, and requests for campaign contributions or assistance from ''individuals not otherwise inclined to so participate.''

''These largely isolated acts reflected, in several cases, poor judgment by Mr. Gill's campaign. We find that the individuals approached by the campaign should not have justifiably felt pressured.

''Other related allegations were largely political, and thus, overblown. Overall, the activity we reviewed was minor.''

The report adds:''Public officials, especially when embroiled in the thick of a political campaign, should be vigilant that their volunteers are indeed willing, and that it does not appear that the taxpayer unwittingly subsidizes a particular campaign. We found no evidence, in this case, of any criminal intent.''

The grand jury's report, released about 3 p.m. Thursday after a day and a half of hearings at the Marion County Courthouse, drew opposite interpretations from Gill and Brad King, who is campaigning for Gill's job.

It was King who charged that Gill used his staff and office to promote his re-election bid. In August, Gill asked Gov. Bob Martinez to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate King's claims. After a month long investigation, the special prosecutor, Ed Austin of Jacksonville, decided to take the case to a grand jury.
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#32
Jan 7, 2013
 
Gill, 46, who has steadfastly denied any wrongdoing, said Thursday he was glad he asked for the special investigation because the grand jury ''saw through the politics'' of King's allegations.

''I hope that from this point on, he will quit trying to take the cheap way into the state attorney's office and start running on the issues,'' Gill said.''The only way I could stop the allegations and innuendos was to request an outside investigation. I did, it's over and now we can go on with the campaign.''
''I would hope that Mr. Gill would heed the grand jury's advice and stop using his staff for his campaign,'' King said Thursday. He challenged Gill to debate him on what he termed ''the declining conviction rate, mismanagement of personnel and finances, and inappropriate disposition of criminal cases.''

King, a Democrat, will face Gill, a Republican, in the November general election. Gill is trying for his second term as chief prosecutor for the 5th Circuit, which takes in Marion, Lake, Citrus, Sumter and Hernando counties.

Gill said Thursday he doesn't think the grand jury proceeding will hurt his re-election chances. He said the public will be able to see that the ''bankrupt'' office he took over in 1984 is now doing ''competent, ethical prosecution.''
Thursday morning, Gill testified before the grand jury for an hour and 20 minutes. Al Lee, who runs a citizens dispute settlement program for Gill, testified earlier Thursday.

In an all-day session Wednesday, King and four of Gill's employees testified.

By law, Gill could have kept the grand jury's report sealed for weeks by filing a motion to quash. He said Thursday he wanted to make it public, no matter what it might have contained.
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#33
Jan 7, 2013
 
The indictment by Special Prosecutor Brad King of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer on an election-law charge-

Rogue Prosecution
By Fuchsia, April 21, 2005
The sudden decision by prosecutors Wednesday to drop felony charges against Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and three others brings up an obvious question: Why were they indicted in the first place? Special prosecutor Brad King is the only one who can answer that disturbing question. He presented the case, which involved collection of absentee ballots, to the grand jury. He obtained the indictments. And he then turned around and dismissed the charges in exchange for token remuneration from those whose careers and reputations he had so publicly dragged through the mud. On Wednesday, though, Mr. King wasn't offering much in the way of answers or apologies.

Buddy Dyer In His Own Words
April 21, 2005
On questions about the ballots: "The prosecutor, Mr. King, expressly acknowledged that there was no voter fraud of any type and even commended the work of Ezzie Thomas and others who helped people exercise their fundamental right as citizens to vote." On what's next: "It is time to put this election behind us and focus on our future." On the case's being dismissed: "The only outcome that I would accept was that the truth be told and that all charges be dropped. And that has now been done.

Why Were Charges Filed In First Place?

By Roger Roy and Anthony Colarossi, Sentinel Staff Writers, April 21, 2005

The indictment of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer on an election-law charge threw the city into turmoil, prompted Dyer's removal from office, required a special election and sparked weeks of uncertainty about the city's leadership and future. The abrupt dismissal of the charge against Dyer on Wednesday -- by the same out-of-town prosecutor who brought the case -- prompts the question: Why bother in the first place? Why did special prosecutor Brad King, who dismissed the charges Wednesday, allow a grand jury to indict Dyer for an obscure criminal charge certain to result in Dyer's suspension from office?

For Justice To Be Served
April 22, 2005
Buddy Dyer should be restored to his position and compensated for his legal fees. Ezzie Thomas should be required to take a course in election law and told that if he collects absentee ballots for money in the future he will be jailed. All candidates who spent money on the interim-mayor election should submit a bill for reimbursement to the prosecutors office. And finally, Brad King, who has proved to be an inept prosecutor, should resign. If that be done, all of Central Florida can put this mess behind them.
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#35
Jan 7, 2013
 
Maybe Brad King had to unindict his own indictment of Buddy Dyer at the orders of Jeb Bush or the close presidential election Florida win of the Governor's brother George W. Bush would have come into jeopardy??

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/12/national/12...
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#36
Jan 10, 2013
 
Man these criminals always take care of their own. No wonder Brad King don't like Sheriff Chris Blair if he's going to demand justice for all no matter who the "for all" is!

Brad King can't find anything wrong with this guy who admittedly forced himself on a city hall employee after she told him to knock it off.

This gives a whole new meaning to "working under somebody."

http://lakecountygov.info/2013/01/08/lake-cou...
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#37
Jan 25, 2013
 
So had the great persecutor Brad King still got his freinds investigating sheriff Blair?

Ain't heard anything about him pulling off his hounds yet. He's probably still working on finding something he can use to control Blair.
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#38
Jan 30, 2013
 
if they really charged this abuser why isn't he in jail now after he has reabused his girlfriend

http://ebookbrowse.com/green-isle-boys-ranch-...
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#39
Jan 30, 2013
 
follow this history all the way to the end. how can a man who claims to have spent his whole life around boys sporting events turn his head on five little abused boys?

http://docsfiles.com/view.php... isle&count=
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#40
Feb 26, 2013
 
so how is our pot head spoiled brat child molesting protecting pos persecutor bradley king getting along with our new sheriff he didn't want?

major drug arrests are up big time. bradley and his goons might have to get off their arses and do some work for a change.

has he got dan kuhn back on his payroll and his out somewhere? bet he does.
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#44
Mar 16, 2013
 
word is this brad king has his people in tavares covering up even more child rapes right now. One of the mothers involved that should be going to jail for doping up her kid so he won't complain about being molested has got a job working for the local goverment bureaucrats. hell who knows maybe this bitch is pimping out her own kid to these sicko bass turds. no matter what this low life persecutor always protects the child abusers and rapists. if he's not one himself he sure as hell protects them for some reason.

if there was any honest law anywhere they should be looking into who this pos turns loose instead of who he is persecuting!
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#45
Mar 29, 2013
 
so who is supposed to prosecute the crooked prosecutors anyway?

they swore blair in with a cover of he's still under investigation for something in january and we have not heard any more.

all brad king wanted was something to hold over blair so he can manipulate him.

too bad we have a limp wristed weasel for a governor a real man that didn't have jeb bush's hand up his puppet butt would have this whole bunch of outlaws under the jail by now.
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#47
Apr 21, 2013
 
What will it take for the people of the 5th judicial circuit to demand justice and demand the removal of Brad King from office for;

Misfeasance refers to an improper and unlawful carrying out of an act that, if correctly done, is in itself is lawful and proper, and results in harm to another. Malfeasance is a related term, but is distinguished by an intention to cause harm by doing an act which should not be done. Misfeasance is careless or accidental in nature, while malfeasance is deliberate and knowing. The terms malfeasance and misfeasance are comprehensive terms and include any wrongful conduct that affects, interrupts, or interferes with the performance of official duty.

Brad King violated the laws of Florida when he tried to maneuver the Rep Ex Committee away from appointing Chris Blair to replace his friend and former employee Dan Kuhn on the ballot. No one has called for him to be charged with that crime!

http://www.ocala.com/article/20130420/ARTICLE...

In this case Brad King has b\everything but the body. The body is not necessary for a conviction in the state of Florida. Google Judge Chillingworth murder case.

Brad King has shown over the years that he is final decision on who he prosecutes and who he covers up for and lies for or against.That is legal and called prosecutorial descretion. But it also takes an honest, noral person to make those competant decisions, which he has proven he is not!

This is not justice this is tyrany at the hands of an obviously depraved mind. Check the cases he has pled out. Check the murders and rapists he has refused to prosecute and allowed to return to the streets to reviolate, kill, murder and rape more innocent people.
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#49
May 3, 2013
 
Why is it thet Brad King is pushing this grand jury investigation into sheriff Blair when we all know it was Brad King that publicly violated FS 104.31 by trying to stop the republicans from selecting Chris Blair to replace his friend Dan Kuhn.

The gutless governor should be taking Brad King before a grand jury instead of Chris Blair.

But they won't because all these criminals stick together and work to get rid of honest people like Chris Blair.
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#50
May 9, 2013
 
so now what will Brad King and his friend Bill Thompson at the blunder try next to get rid of Chris Blair????

http://www.ocala.com/article/20130508/ARTICLE...
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#51
May 9, 2013
 
Maybe just maybe Brad King and his butties are involved in this ring. Maybe this is why he is so scared of Chris Blair!!!!!

http://lakecountygov.info/2013/04/30/the-libe...

Stranger things have happened and Brad king is sure as hell trying his best to get Blair gone with the wind!!!!!!

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