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    Post Broward sheriff case to begin in Senate

    Here we go........this man has no shame.

    https://www.newsherald.com/news/2019...egin-in-senate



    Broward sheriff case to begin in Senate

    By The News Service of Florida
    Posted at 6:30 PM

    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate next week will begin moving forward with an appeal by suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, a Democrat stripped of his post by Gov. Ron DeSantis last month.

    The sheriff’s suspension was one of the Republican governor’s first actions after taking office on Jan. 8.

    Senate President Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, has tapped former state Rep. Dudley Goodlette to serve as a special master for probes into Israel and suspended Okaloosa County Superintendent of Schools Mary Beth Jackson, who also was removed from office by DeSantis.

    Israel and Jackson requested hearings from the Senate, which has the authority to remove or reinstate officials suspended by the governor.

    In a letter to the Senate late last month, Israel’s lawyer, Benedict Kuehne, requested a “full and fair evidentiary hearing ... before a neutral and disinterested hearing officer,” as authorized by the state Constitution, but objected to Goodlette presiding over what essentially will be a trial.

    Instead, Israel sought “the appointment of an experienced administrative hearing officer with no significant existing or prior relationship to the Florida Legislature or any of the parties to this proceeding,” Kuehne wrote on Jan. 29.

    The “interests of justice and considerations of neutrality are best served through the appointment of a person with judicial and administrative experience but without substantial involvement in partisan political matters,” the lawyer wrote.

    Goodlette has set a case management conference for 1 p.m. Feb. 19 to begin the process.

    Three days after he was sworn into office, DeSantis suspended Israel, accusing the law enforcement chief of “neglect of duty” and “incompetence” related to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last February.

    Israel, who was first elected in 2012, has faced fierce criticism for his agency’s handling of the Parkland shooting, in which 14 students and three faculty members were killed and 17 people were injured.

    Israel has strongly protested his removal, and recently indicated he intends to seek re-election to the post next year.

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    Textbook narcissist.

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    Good luck Mister Isfake

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    The lion

    For a Lion, Scott is looking pretty Lambish right now. Where are his rejects Dale and Polan? Shouldn't they be holding his hand to the senate tellinh him everything will be ok?

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    For a Lion, Scott is looking pretty Lambish right now. Where are his rejects Dale and Polan? Shouldn't they be holding his hand to the senate tellinh him everything will be ok?
    ^^^^^^ also that he is the best Sheriff ever and everybody loves him.......not!!! His actions are proving one of two things: either he truly is that narcissistic, or he's broke and needs the lifetime benefits. I hope he does run in 2020 and gets biotch slapped out of the race. That is if he can raise enough money to actually run. Even the Democratic party has pulled away from him, but he's too blind to see it. Good riddance.....hopefully forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Here we go........this man has no shame.

    https://www.newsherald.com/news/2019...egin-in-senate



    Broward sheriff case to begin in Senate

    By The News Service of Florida
    Posted at 6:30 PM

    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Senate next week will begin moving forward with an appeal by suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, a Democrat stripped of his post by Gov. Ron DeSantis last month.

    The sheriff’s suspension was one of the Republican governor’s first actions after taking office on Jan. 8.

    Senate President Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, has tapped former state Rep. Dudley Goodlette to serve as a special master for probes into Israel and suspended Okaloosa County Superintendent of Schools Mary Beth Jackson, who also was removed from office by DeSantis.

    Israel and Jackson requested hearings from the Senate, which has the authority to remove or reinstate officials suspended by the governor.

    In a letter to the Senate late last month, Israel’s lawyer, Benedict Kuehne, requested a “full and fair evidentiary hearing ... before a neutral and disinterested hearing officer,” as authorized by the state Constitution, but objected to Goodlette presiding over what essentially will be a trial.

    Instead, Israel sought “the appointment of an experienced administrative hearing officer with no significant existing or prior relationship to the Florida Legislature or any of the parties to this proceeding,” Kuehne wrote on Jan. 29.

    The “interests of justice and considerations of neutrality are best served through the appointment of a person with judicial and administrative experience but without substantial involvement in partisan political matters,” the lawyer wrote.

    Goodlette has set a case management conference for 1 p.m. Feb. 19 to begin the process.

    Three days after he was sworn into office, DeSantis suspended Israel, accusing the law enforcement chief of “neglect of duty” and “incompetence” related to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last February.

    Israel, who was first elected in 2012, has faced fierce criticism for his agency’s handling of the Parkland shooting, in which 14 students and three faculty members were killed and 17 people were injured.

    Israel has strongly protested his removal, and recently indicated he intends to seek re-election to the post next year.
    As much as I dislike the former Sheriff he has a good chance of winning this case. Great attorney and a weak case against him. It will be interesting to see the sheep run back to him when he returns. I can see it now Sheriff we knew you would be back, we were just pretending to like the other guy to get information for you.

    Well let’s just get the popcorn ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    As much as I dislike the former Sheriff he has a good chance of winning this case. Great attorney and a weak case against him. It will be interesting to see the sheep run back to him when he returns. I can see it now Sheriff we knew you would be back, we were just pretending to like the other guy to get information for you.

    Well let’s just get the popcorn ready.
    Mine is already poppin.

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    Scumbag Israel & his team of LOSERS

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    As much as I dislike the former Sheriff he has a good chance of winning this case. Great attorney and a weak case against him. It will be interesting to see the sheep run back to him when he returns. I can see it now Sheriff we knew you would be back, we were just pretending to like the other guy to get information for you.

    Well let’s just get the popcorn ready.
    He has no chance. Especially with an anti-Semite running his legal defense fund and campaign manager and a dirty lawyer indicted on federal money laundering charges.


    Well-known Miami attorney Benedict Kuehne and two others were indicted on federal money laundering charges, obstruction of justice and forfeiture allegations, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.

    Kuehne; Gloria Florez Velez, an accountant from Medellin, Colombia; and Oscar Saldarriaga Ochoa, an attorney based in Medellin, Colombia, are charged with one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, four counts of concealment money laundering and one count of obstruction of justice.

    https://www.bizjournals.com/southflo...4/daily37.html

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    He has no chance. Especially with an anti-Semite running his legal defense fund and campaign manager and a dirty lawyer indicted on federal money laundering charges.


    Well-known Miami attorney Benedict Kuehne and two others were indicted on federal money laundering charges, obstruction of justice and forfeiture allegations, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.

    Kuehne; Gloria Florez Velez, an accountant from Medellin, Colombia; and Oscar Saldarriaga Ochoa, an attorney based in Medellin, Colombia, are charged with one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, four counts of concealment money laundering and one count of obstruction of justice.

    https://www.bizjournals.com/southflo...4/daily37.html
    I wouldn't say no chance. Every attorney worth their salt in Miami was indicted a time or two a decade ago. It means nothing after this much time and will have no bearing on this weak case. Well see.

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    Scott Israel is already searching for new office furniture. He will have a box of tissues at his office door and lobby. His attorney already informed him to start preparing a new administration. It won't be long.

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