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    Talk to lots of the command staff that survived the leadership change and benefited from the firings by being promoted higher. Half of them had names they wanted to add to the firing list and they were more than happy to offer them up to Tony. All it took was saying "he (or she) is an Israel loyalist. You'll never be able to trust him. He'll always leak info to Israel" .... and a day or two later they'd be gone. Rumor was enough to get someone fired with no attempts to even verify them. It was an echo chamber of cowardice when the others were asked ("I agree, why take chances"). It was some crazy purge that sadly took out some good with the bad. The saddest thing was how many command staff that owed their cushy promotions to Israel ....... and that Israel 1000% trusted as "his" guys ....... were part of the purge plotting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Talk to lots of the command staff that survived the leadership change and benefited from the firings by being promoted higher. Half of them had names they wanted to add to the firing list and they were more than happy to offer them up to Tony. All it took was saying "he (or she) is an Israel loyalist. You'll never be able to trust him. He'll always leak info to Israel" .... and a day or two later they'd be gone. Rumor was enough to get someone fired with no attempts to even verify them. It was an echo chamber of cowardice when the others were asked ("I agree, why take chances"). It was some crazy purge that sadly took out some good with the bad. The saddest thing was how many command staff that owed their cushy promotions to Israel ....... and that Israel 1000% trusted as "his" guys ....... were part of the purge plotting.
    You are 100% accurate. Some in Parkland (A. Pollack and friends) feel these employees, which were nothing more than innocent bystanders, are reparations for what happened at the school. This type of narcissist is happy that something bad happened to someone. Even though the "someones" were innocent. How demented can people be? But what goes round comes round. Many times over. And to those filthy BSO turncoats who created the hit list. There were many witness to the not-so secret meetings. And as a result of their cowardly actions, most of DLE and Detention's current executive command shall be history. And sadly, their innocent families will pay the price. And the cycle continues.

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    We Were There

    Undersheriff Nicole Anderson openly lied stating that Deputies did the same work as Outreach. Not only Dont deputies do Outreach, they dont want to do outreach.
    People that throw others under the bus to save their own asses eventually are gone.
    Homeless Outreach, Veterans, LGBTQ Church groups, et al attended the meeting to testify that there were people discarded that truly helped the community. Tony could have kept people that were hard workers instead of listening to people who sold their souls.
    Karma is a *****. But thanks for explaining how that all went done.

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    Former Outreach liaison

    Who did not buy their way into the unit.
    Nor did they show up to meetings cheering for Scott Israel. Worked for the people loyal to the GREEN.

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    Who is Colonel Z

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    If this is your perception, you don't understand what went down at that meeting (and Anderson was a Major then). Gunzy, Lynch and Anderson were directed to be there and be the face of the decision. They were there as the lawyers and the unit commander. Anyone on the 5th floor could have told you none of them had any role in the decision to fire the old crew. That seemed to have been Colonel Z's decision (so presumably it was advice passed from Benny to Tony to Z). If you blame the three people at the head of the room that day, then you got distracted by the shiny object Tony dangled in front of you. They weren't in the room when the decision was made by Z. I was in the Z's office for that meeting and know what went down. The lawyers weren't there. Anderson was in the meeting and she didn't say a peep to defend her outreach team from getting fired. These are the facts.
    Who is Colonel Z? I really dont know

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    Who is Colonel Z? I really dont know
    Then you didn't work for BSO under Sheriff Tony. Undersheriff Sean Zukowsky signed his BSOEveryone emails "Colonel Z"

    https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/b...signs-11260368

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Then you didn't work for BSO under Sheriff Tony. Undersheriff Sean Zukowsky signed his BSOEveryone emails "Colonel Z"

    https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/b...signs-11260368
    He also signed written memos with Z he used an orange crayon 🖍 I believe.

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    Correct

    I worked under Tony for a very short time. Met him at an event months later.
    Has no clue how many good people would have had his back just because it was our job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Undersheriff Nicole Anderson openly lied stating that Deputies did the same work as Outreach. Not only Dont deputies do Outreach, they dont want to do outreach.
    People that throw others under the bus to save their own asses eventually are gone.
    Homeless Outreach, Veterans, LGBTQ Church groups, et al attended the meeting to testify that there were people discarded that truly helped the community. Tony could have kept people that were hard workers instead of listening to people who sold their souls.
    Karma is a *****. But thanks for explaining how that all went done.
    Did you get kicked out of the reach around unit? Relax and go back to road patrol gracefully. Just park it under a tree and read a book..

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    So much for diversity

    TT made up his Neighborhood Outreach so much of a blend! All black, not a whitey a jew or a gay. What a joke

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