Who do you support for Attorney Gener...
David Harbin

United States

#2413 Feb 1, 2014
FDLE Pensacola Drug Lab BUSTED FOR CORRUPTION!

2600 CASES AFFECTED!

BLACKOUT ON INFO!
Calvin and Hobbs

Leesburg, FL

#2414 Feb 1, 2014
The info is blacked out the less people know before the start of trial the better. It will insure the right to a conviction
factandfigure

Colorado Springs, CO

#2415 Feb 1, 2014
David Harbin wrote:
FDLE Pensacola Drug Lab BUSTED FOR CORRUPTION!
2600 CASES AFFECTED!
BLACKOUT ON INFO!
It looks like the chemist was addicted to painkillers and had been stealing them for years. but there's no indication he tampered with any evidence so the convictions in the cases he handled will stand.
Retired Judge

Spring Hill, FL

#2416 Feb 1, 2014
When excess release of info, to the puplic, occures the jury pool vanishes.......no jury available defendents as well as populas get screwed .....hence, don't demand what you don;t need, or want, for amusement only..... give everyone real rights not gag laughs.....
David Harbin

United States

#2417 Feb 1, 2014
^^^Three blind mice.^^^
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#2418 Feb 1, 2014
Retired Judge wrote:
When excess release of info, to the puplic, occures the jury pool vanishes.......no jury available defendents as well as populas get screwed .....hence, don't demand what you don;t need, or want, for amusement only..... give everyone real rights not gag laughs.....
Bravo
factandfigure

Chicago, IL

#2419 Feb 1, 2014
David Harbin wrote:
^^^Three blind mice.^^^
Sorry, but as much as you'd love to see your fellow drug addicts get released from prison, none of those 2600 cases will be effected by the chemists actions. Stealing, using, and even selling drugs is one thing, but tampering with evidence is entirely different, and there is no evidence that this guy tampered with any.
David Harbin

United States

#2420 Feb 1, 2014
WHAT GUY???
David Harbin

United States

#2421 Feb 1, 2014
Any connection to Pegasus Labs/PBI Gordon???
David Harbin

United States

#2422 Feb 2, 2014
"THIS GUY" is getting special treatment.....where is equal justice???

Seems the FDLE, Florida's next Ex-Gov Rick Scottt, 2nd Judicial Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs and Leon County Sheriff's son prosecutor Jack Campbell thought it was necessary to expedite an arrest without Grand Jury indictment and suspend without pay duly elected Liberty County Sheriff Nick Finch. Sheriff Nick Finch was fully exonerated at trial by a Jury of his peers and they were forced to reinstate him and I'm certain full compensation for his being abused, including indue pain and suffering, by the system is in order.

"THIS GUY" was an analyst with the Pensacola Office of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement it seems, but the full story has not been disclosed.....DUE TO ANOTHER CORRUPT COVERUP!

FDLE PROTECTS IT'S OWN...

When Gov Scott had FDLE arrest the duly elected Sheriff they saw fit to do it in haste of expedited a night raid. The media was notified immediately and given the bogus story with many details purposefully omitted...yet all disclosures were made at to the party and the charges.

Gov. Scott appointed Carl Bertram Causey, Jr., an FDLE crony with ties to Pegasus Labs, PBI Gordon, Monsanto, SAIC and Antonacci, to be Sheriff protem. Causey was from the Pensacola Office, too. He was very abruptly replaced with Abramoff - Greenberg Traurig crony Walter Lee Money, Jr. in what seems to be a move right out of the Karl Rove Governmental Corruption Voter Fraud Playbook.....

There are many more stories about how the FDLE covers up for it's own...

FDLE manager resigns after being accused of misusing state credit card
April 5, 2013|By Desiree Stennett, Orlando Sentinel

An official with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Alcohol Testing Program has resigned amid accusations that she used her state-issued credit card to pay for a cruise and personal shopping trips.

Laura Barfield is accused of using a corporate American Express credit card to purchase $2,700 worth of Carnival Cruiselines tickets as well as another $3,800 at TJ Maxx, Walmart, Ross, Walgreens, Piggy's BBQ and several other businesses, an FDLE internal investigation found.
Barfield became operations and management consulting manager for the alcohol testing program in 2001. She supervised six department inspectors and had several responsibilities including certifying all breath-test operators for the state.

A six-month investigation was launched when Barfield was accused in two anonymous letters of using her state-issued vehicle to maintain a relationship with a married man while on business trips throughout the state.

The investigative report released Friday said that Barfield, who was often required to travel for work-related court appearances, would stay with her boyfriend instead of a hotel when she had to make trips to Central Florida.

Investigators said she would log the extra mileage used to get to his home along with her official expenses. On one trip, documents state, she drove 407 miles when the trip should have been only about 220 miles.

Barfield told investigators that the state would have paid more ($100 to $120) if she had stayed in a hotel. Instead, she said, the state paid only $20 or less because she stayed with her boyfriend.

Barfield said she visited only when there was a valid, work-related function to attend. However, the document stated, she was not able to prove that many of the trips were actually work-related.

FDLE determined that Barfield's behavior was unbecoming of an official and that she violated the policy for the use of resources. Barfield will take a four- to six- week leave of absence before her resignation goes into effect in May.
more mules

Lake Butler, FL

#2423 Feb 2, 2014
This operation is a lot bigger than they will ever let anyone know. Laura Barfield was just a prostitute being paid with our tax dollars. These pill pushers are making millions and putting untold numbers of lives in jeopardy - not that they care - all the want in the money it makes!

They covered this up and did not finish the job in September 2011 - Everyone knew this guy was getting his "stock" from various well connected law enforcement agencies, but they "just made it all go away."

This lab tech could not have pulled this off without some help. Someone had to be in place to ignore the facts that the original drug tested was replaced with over the counter drugs. Everybody is not stupid.

What about 24-year-old Daniel Porter who was arrested on Feb. 28 at a house in Jackson where police say he killed 31-year-old Seminole County , Fl Firefighter Jerry Perdomo in a drug-related crime. Porter told police that he owed Perdomo $3,000 and that Perdomo had threatened him and his family during a pool game.

Police have confirmed to the Bangor Daily News that they are investigating allegations that prescription pills are part of the case.

Perdomo had been running prescription pills to Maine for somebody. Where did he get the pills?

Police: Trooper helped distribute pills

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper from Lake County and his fiancee were among 16 people arrested this week on charges of conspiring to distribute tens of thousands of oxycodone painkillers, authorities say.
Justin Kolves, 28, of Grand Island, is accused of twice traveling to Connecticut to protect a dealer on drug deliveries, as well as promising protection on Florida roads, according to U.S. Attorney of Connecticut David B. Fein. Kolves reportedly was paid $1,600 a trip.
His fiancé, Jessica Douglas, 28, of Grand Island, was charged with accepting money on his behalf, Fein said. She is employed at “The Villages” HR Office.
If convicted, each could face up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $1 million.
"Operation Blue Coast" started with an arrest at a hotel in Stamford, Conn., on April 8, in which Drug Enforcement Administration officers recovered 6,000 oxycodone pills from a man who routinely traveled from Florida to Connecticut. The trafficker, whose identity was not released, agreed to cooperate and, over the next few months, made hidden recordings that implicated his cohorts, authorities said.
Kolves, a FHP trooper based out of Ocala, was one of the co-conspirators recorded, authorities said.
Also arrested were three Transportation Security Administration officers and one other lawman in New York who reportedly accepted cash and gift cards to allow large quantities of the prescription drug and large sums of money to be transported between Florida and New York airports.
"In these times, no one needs to be reminded about how dangerous it is when officers who have sworn to uphold the law accept money to 'look the other way'," Fein said.
According to court documents, the dealer said he would buy drugs in Florida and either drive them to Connecticut or fly them there where they could be sold for a huge profit. Fein said the dealer made approximately 65 trips from Florida to Connecticut by automobile or airplane, carrying up to 8,000 pills each trip.

"Prescription pain medication abuse is rampant in New England and this trafficking group allegedly preyed upon the individuals to line their pockets, while the law enforcement officers are alleged to have sold their badges and abused their authority to further the illegal activities of this organization," according to a statement by Steven Derr of the DEA.
Foghorn Leghorn

Leesburg, FL

#2424 Feb 2, 2014
Barf-field that's a joke son
ALAS

Spring Hill, FL

#2425 Feb 2, 2014
WOW - LONG WINDED AIN'T SOME OF US

others JUST SHUT THE HECK UP

WISH SOMEONE 'NEW' WOULD SAY SOMETHING

yet NOBODY SAY WHAT IS 'NEW'

||||| WHAT THE HEY |||||
||||| STUCK WITH BULL |||||
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#2426 Feb 2, 2014
more mules wrote:
This operation is a lot bigger than they will ever let anyone know. Laura Barfield was just a prostitute being paid with our tax dollars. These pill pushers are making millions and putting untold numbers of lives in jeopardy - not that they care - all the want in the money it makes!
They covered this up and did not finish the job in September 2011 - Everyone knew this guy was getting his "stock" from various well connected law enforcement agencies, but they "just made it all go away."
This lab tech could not have pulled this off without some help. Someone had to be in place to ignore the facts that the original drug tested was replaced with over the counter drugs. Everybody is not stupid.
What about 24-year-old Daniel Porter who was arrested on Feb. 28 at a house in Jackson where police say he killed 31-year-old Seminole County , Fl Firefighter Jerry Perdomo in a drug-related crime. Porter told police that he owed Perdomo $3,000 and that Perdomo had threatened him and his family during a pool game.
Police have confirmed to the Bangor Daily News that they are investigating allegations that prescription pills are part of the case.
Perdomo had been running prescription pills to Maine for somebody. Where did he get the pills?
Police: Trooper helped distribute pills
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper from Lake County and his fiancee were among 16 people arrested this week on charges of conspiring to distribute tens of thousands of oxycodone painkillers, authorities say.
Justin Kolves, 28, of Grand Island, is accused of twice traveling to Connecticut to protect a dealer on drug deliveries, as well as promising protection on Florida roads, according to U.S. Attorney of Connecticut David B. Fein. Kolves reportedly was paid $1,600 a trip.
His fiancé, Jessica Douglas, 28, of Grand Island, was charged with accepting money on his behalf, Fein said. She is employed at “The Villages” HR Office.
If convicted, each could face up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $1 million.
"Operation Blue Coast" started with an arrest at a hotel in Stamford, Conn., on April 8, in which Drug Enforcement Administration officers recovered 6,000 oxycodone pills from a man who routinely traveled from Florida to Connecticut. The trafficker, whose identity was not released, agreed to cooperate and, over the next few months, made hidden recordings that implicated his cohorts, authorities said.
Kolves, a FHP trooper based out of Ocala, was one of the co-conspirators recorded, authorities said.
Also arrested were three Transportation Security Administration officers and one other lawman in New York who reportedly accepted cash and gift cards to allow large quantities of the prescription drug and large sums of money to be transported between Florida and New York airports.
"In these times, no one needs to be reminded about how dangerous it is when officers who have sworn to uphold the law accept money to 'look the other way'," Fein said.
According to court documents, the dealer said he would buy drugs in Florida and either drive them to Connecticut or fly them there where they could be sold for a huge profit. Fein said the dealer made approximately 65 trips from Florida to Connecticut by automobile or airplane, carrying up to 8,000 pills each trip.
"Prescription pain medication abuse is rampant in New England and this trafficking group allegedly preyed upon the individuals to line their pockets, while the law enforcement officers are alleged to have sold their badges and abused their authority to further the illegal activities of this organization," according to a statement by Steven Derr of the DEA.
For every article that's written on the internet about problems being solved you will find 10 problems + claiming that the problem still exists. It's known as brainwashing the public opinion until public opinion turns against each other. Poison= to Internet Drama
David Harbin

United States

#2427 Feb 2, 2014
So...

Who's the mystery Analyst Chemist .....and how about Pegasus Labs???
less mules

Lake Butler, FL

#2428 Feb 2, 2014
Yea Josephine, but when you have Eustis, FL FHP Kolves in the federal pen caught up the road with the pain killers and a dead Sanford, Fl Seminole County firefighter in Maine, who had been muling to the point the man killed him because he let him get $3000. in debt on his last deliveries.

This is not internet drama. These suckers was caught red handed one is alive to talk the other took it to the grave.

There is plenty of people left out here with brains enough to figure this chet out. One of them even retired to Colorado Springs, to get the hell out of Florida.
factandfigure

Chicago, IL

#2429 Feb 2, 2014
David Harbin wrote:
So...
Who's the mystery Analyst Chemist .....???
yo momma!
David Harbin

United States

#2430 Feb 2, 2014
Don't forgot about PCola FDLE Agent Carl Bertram Causey's ties to:
SAIC
Monsanto
Pegasus Labs
PBI/Gordon
Tractor Supply Company
Purina Mills
Land O Lakes
Bayer
Sarin poison
Antonacci
what is what not

Spring Hill, FL

#2431 Feb 2, 2014
what is what ain't

what is what ain't

yes yes yes yes

no no no no no

touch your right big toe

willl you get it right

really \\\|||/// maybe your right*

* probably wrong - keep guessing
David Harbin

United States

#2432 Feb 2, 2014
"Your" just another shill.

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