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    FDLE is a political entity; law enforcement part is the least difficult

    You read it here first, finally confirmed.
    Below was posted on another thread.

    02-08-2019, 08:05 PM #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    From the guy who has never done anything in reference to the previous post. ALL good leaders have been in the trenches. Dont worry "Mary", you can hide behind me if it gets scary for you

    Typical low education FDLE forum troll. I have a full and diverse state and local LE career thanks, and have done many things, including being a Special Agent at FDLE. The trouble with law enforcement types that never do anything else is that you think no one can run an agency without "coming up through the ranks". While there is merit to some of that experience, LEADERSHIP and solid organizational management skills are domain agnostic. In addition, FDLE, like it or not, is a political entity, requiring political savvy to maintain good standing with the funding source, the Florida Legislature. Quite frankly the "law enforcement" part of it is the least difficult. Not rocket science as evidenced by some who have worn a badge. Let me know if you need help with any of the big words.

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    Political entity = Republican or Democrat?

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    Independent? Above partisanship? Who needs it, we're the Florida Department of Political Law Enforcement.

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    Political entity? Hialeah and Sweetwater PD's are a hot bed of criminal behavior. Stealing citizens vehicles, forcing a teen to strip naked while officer masturbates after being stopped for a u turn, LEO theft of 19 firearms, and last but not least, ties to the cocaine cartels. All overlooked by FDLE because they don't want to address the cultural corruption of the Mariel generation of Cuban Americans, criminals released from Castro's jails who tend to have much lower moral standards than LEOs in general.
    Yes, FDLE is a political entity.

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    An oldie but goodie from another thread. J. Edgar Hoover would be so proud of a law enforcement agency operating as a political entity.


    03-12-2017, 01:14 AM #1
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    Florence Snyder: Rick Swearingen plays J. Edgar Hoover while Broward *****
    http://saintpetersblog.com/florence-...broward-*****/

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    "Quite frankly the "law enforcement" part of it is the least difficult. Not rocket science as evidenced by some who have worn a badge."

    The comment from FDLE affiliated person about LE is a slap in the face and extremely offensive. Tell us how you really feel. If LE work is so easy, we don't need FDLE.

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