Florida corruption appears to be the rule rather than the exception

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi – the next Sarah Palin.

Once again the State of Florida has destroyed the records that allegedly could implicate police officials in misusing the drivers and vehicle information data banks.  These records should have been retained but have been destroyed by order of the Florida Attorney General to frustrate the gathering of evidence of the continuing pattern and practice of cyber stalking on unsuspecting victims.  Florida State officials will do anything to maintain a cover-up and deprive citizens of the truth.

The following email was sent to Port Saint Police Department by Susan Chandler:  Because she is a civil rights activist both State and Federal agencies have accessed her personal information.

“Archangels” keeps finding this to be a common problem, similar to the NSA, and the destruction of the records during many pending cases clearly indicates that State officials know it is illegal but do everything to conceal the truth.

On Jun 3, 2014, at 12:26 p.m., Susan Chandler wrote:

Dear Sirs,

Ms. Reisinger, Supervisor/TAC, was kind enough to furnish your email addresses so that I could inquire about the City of Port St Lucie Police Department’s interest in me, reflected in the DAVID record below. (She did not provide rank or title, so I addressed you as Sirs.)

I have never lived in Port St Lucie, nor do I frequently travel there. My electronic calendar indicates that I was likely home on August 14, 2011. What may have been of interest to law enforcement agencies at the time – untoward interest – is my blog: on August 12, 2011, I published a post titled “Poppa’s plight … two degrees from ALEC, not six degrees from Kevin Bacon.” Of course, it is every U.S. citizen’s right and responsibility to verbally battle for equal protection under the law, even if it perturbs the FBI.

The Florida Department of Safety and Motor Vehicles apprised me that eight years of DAVID records were destroyed, despite electronic records being easy to retain in perpetuity and despite there being ongoing controversies over DAVID access. I was additionally apprised and that those that have accessed DAVID can decline to acknowledge having done so in response formal records requests, at their sole discretion. It is my hope that as your agency readily disclosed accessing DAVID, that you will be entirely forthright as to the nature and extent of Miaga Auguste’s (and perhaps others) interest in me.

Thank you both for your time, and for your anticipated response.


Susan Chandler

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a government that tells the truth to the citizens?  Then why is Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi bending over backwards to protect a bunch of cops who allegedly have illegally used the State data banks?  Did you know that she and her merry assistants have prosecuted many citizens for doing far less?

How many times have they withheld or destroyed evidence to convict an innocent person?  Did you know that they have immunity from both civil and criminal prosecution when they do cheat someone out of their freedom and life savings.

Did you know that when “Archangels” uncovers and exposes corrupt officials they tend to hide the same as when you shine a light on cockroaches?

3 thoughts on “Florida corruption appears to be the rule rather than the exception

  • June 8, 2014 at 6:30 PM

    Vote for Bill Wohlsifer!

    • June 9, 2014 at 8:34 AM

      I don’t know about sanity but at LEAST not blatant criminality.

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