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  1. #11
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    Oh Henry, you have your facts wrong again. So much for that award-winning journalism huh? You must not have your head straight.
    Sorry this hit too close to home Randy. The one good thing about being a council person is that you cannot get fired (or on the verge of being fired) like from the VCSO, Brevard, DCF, etc and have narcotics usage (cocaine) that would (or should) eliminate you from any real job. Stay safe at training Randy

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    There he goes again. Henry forgetting to fact check. Something an award winning journalist should do from time to time. Sad really. Enjoy the online blog and your homoerotic obsession with Chitwood while you can.

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    There he goes again. Henry forgetting to fact check. Something an award winning journalist should do from time to time. Sad really. Enjoy the online blog and your homoerotic obsession with Chitwood while you can.
    Here is one of the articles supporting what is previously written about Heather Post (from the News Journal)


    http://www.news-journalonline.com/ne...enies-drug-use

    What is not true in the article? There are many more as well.

    What does this have to do with Henry? I know that training is off today and you have a lot of time on your hands Randy...but to attack Henry for News Journal articles is a bit sad.

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    That article looks like it is rebutting unproven allegations lonely boy. Randy does not need to defend Heather. There simply is no evidence to support the allegations. When and if there is, let us know on your blog.

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    That article looks like it is rebutting unproven allegations lonely boy. Randy does not need to defend Heather. There simply is no evidence to support the allegations. When and if there is, let us know on your blog.
    In 1992, Dru Jean Frierson, Heather Post’s mother, had a restraining order granted against her daughter, Brevard County court records show. Frierson could not be reached for comment.


    In 1999, Post’s tenure with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office ended in resignation. Months earlier, she was removed from her role as a field training officer and placed back into her original job in a civilian capacity. She failed to complete the necessary FTO training and her supervisor stated that Post “demonstrated less than acceptable performance” in a number of areas, personnel records show.


    Also in 1999, Post was evicted from an apartment for the first time. It happened again at another apartment in 2001, court records show.


    In the 2000 polygraph test report, she admitted to using cocaine and marijuana years earlier. She also admitted to driving under the influence “about 5 times.”


    In 2003, when Post sought a job with the Edgewater Police Department, the agency’s pre-employment investigation found that Post received a contradicting evaluation when she worked with Florida Department of Children and Family Services. A supervisor with DCF stated that Post was “not very truthful at times or dependable and her work performance was poor,” records show. But Post left the DCF in good standing.


    In 2004, Post was reprimanded while working as an officer with the Edgewater Police Department for what her supervisor called “an unacceptable pattern” of tardiness and absenteeism, records show.


    In 2010, Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson wrote that Post “demonstrated a lack of moral character” when he fired her from the agency for a failure to follow direct orders and lying during an internal affairs investigation and for making allegations of discrimination against her supervisor. Johnson eventually rescinded the termination and Post resigned from that department. In a settlement with the county, she eventually received a $44,000, records show.

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    What documents prove any of this? The fact that Volusia County unlawfully terminated her (and paid her as a result) is readily available. Citing things without sources is a little blogger-esque. Going to take a little more than that little Henry.

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    What documents prove any of this? The fact that Volusia County unlawfully terminated her (and paid her as a result) is readily available. Citing things without sources is a little blogger-esque. Going to take a little more than that little Henry.
    I guess the only documents are official court records, official department files and her own polygraph. Other than that.....no sources....haha. What a joke.

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    I guess the only documents are official court records, official department files and her own polygraph. Other than that.....no sources....haha. What a joke.
    In 1992, Dru Jean Frierson, Heather Post’s mother, had a restraining order granted against her daughter, Brevard County court records show. Frierson could not be reached for comment.


    In 1999, Post’s tenure with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office ended in resignation. Months earlier, she was removed from her role as a field training officer and placed back into her original job in a civilian capacity. She failed to complete the necessary FTO training and her supervisor stated that Post “demonstrated less than acceptable performance” in a number of areas, personnel records show.


    Also in 1999, Post was evicted from an apartment for the first time. It happened again at another apartment in 2001, court records show.


    In the 2000 polygraph test report, she admitted to using cocaine and marijuana years earlier. She also admitted to driving under the influence “about 5 times.”


    In 2003, when Post sought a job with the Edgewater Police Department, the agency’s pre-employment investigation found that Post received a contradicting evaluation when she worked with Florida Department of Children and Family Services. A supervisor with DCF stated that Post was “not very truthful at times or dependable and her work performance was poor,” records show. But Post left the DCF in good standing.


    In 2004, Post was reprimanded while working as an officer with the Edgewater Police Department for what her supervisor called “an unacceptable pattern” of tardiness and absenteeism, records show.


    In 2010, Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson wrote that Post “demonstrated a lack of moral character” when he fired her from the agency for a failure to follow direct orders and lying during an internal affairs investigation and for making allegations of discrimination against her supervisor. Johnson eventually rescinded the termination and Post resigned from that department. In a settlement with the county, she eventually received a $44,000, records show

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    Yet here they are. For the world to see. Good job reporting. From your moms basement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    In 1992, Dru Jean Frierson, Heather Post’s mother, had a restraining order granted against her daughter, Brevard County court records show. Frierson could not be reached for comment.


    In 1999, Post’s tenure with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office ended in resignation. Months earlier, she was removed from her role as a field training officer and placed back into her original job in a civilian capacity. She failed to complete the necessary FTO training and her supervisor stated that Post “demonstrated less than acceptable performance” in a number of areas, personnel records show.


    Also in 1999, Post was evicted from an apartment for the first time. It happened again at another apartment in 2001, court records show.


    In the 2000 polygraph test report, she admitted to using cocaine and marijuana years earlier. She also admitted to driving under the influence “about 5 times.”


    In 2003, when Post sought a job with the Edgewater Police Department, the agency’s pre-employment investigation found that Post received a contradicting evaluation when she worked with Florida Department of Children and Family Services. A supervisor with DCF stated that Post was “not very truthful at times or dependable and her work performance was poor,” records show. But Post left the DCF in good standing.


    In 2004, Post was reprimanded while working as an officer with the Edgewater Police Department for what her supervisor called “an unacceptable pattern” of tardiness and absenteeism, records show.


    In 2010, Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson wrote that Post “demonstrated a lack of moral character” when he fired her from the agency for a failure to follow direct orders and lying during an internal affairs investigation and for making allegations of discrimination against her supervisor. Johnson eventually rescinded the termination and Post resigned from that department. In a settlement with the county, she eventually received a $44,000, records show
    I guess the only documents are official court records, official department files and her own polygraph. Other than that.....no sources....haha. What a joke.

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