The FBI hopes these quarterly reports will stem what its assistant director called a “rash of sexting cases” involving employees who are using their government-issued devices to send lurid texts and nude photos.
“Hereward the Wake, known in his own times as Hereward the Outlaw or Hereward the Exile, was an 11th-century leader of local resistance to the Norman conquest of England. In the great scheme of things, Hereward was little more than a nuisance to William and the Norman rule – yet, his unmitigated vow to destroy the tyranny, the corruption and dominion of the savage, Franco-military occupation of his land is known to this day (hundreds of years later!). Christopher Dorner, in his Manifesto, had a similar goal, to assail a purported military-like abuse of his fellow citizens in Los Angeles. ”
A Miramar man who was wrongfully convicted in a rape and murder case has filed suit against the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Anthony Caravella, 43, spent 26 years in prison before DNA evidence exonerated him.
Also named in the suit is the Miramar Police Department. Caravella claims both law enforcement agencies framed him for the 1983 murder of 58-year old Ada Cox Jankowski whose body was found in a field at Miramar Elementary School.
His attorney at the time said that police forced a confession from Caravella, who was only 15 at the time and had an IQ of 67. His attorney claimed Caravella was beaten, coerced and only confessed in exchange for the release of a female friend who was arrested with him.
Caravella’s suit seeks unspecified damages from the city, the sheriff’s office and several other individuals are no longer with the office.
“Prosecutors say Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Brent Wooddell was stealing from the drug dealers he was arresting, and investigators set up a sting in the fall of 2011 to catch him in the act.
The defense says Wooddell, at the time a 10-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, was onto the sting and played along in an attempt to confront another deputy who had repeatedly accused him of wrongdoing.
Both sides agree on this much – Wooddell arrested a man posing as a drug dealer in Deerfield Beach on Sept. 22, 2011. The man had what appeared to be Oxycodone pills in his car, along with $7,340 in cash in a bag. And when Wooddell turned the evidence in, $1,340 was missing.
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This is why we need to keep the movement going. A cop killed a mother from his neglegance and walked away scott free.
The car barreled down a county road at more than 100 mph before it slammed into a Mitsubishi Galant, killing one woman, seriously injuring another and hurtling a child through the windshield.
At the wheel of the speeding vehicle: an on-duty Florida Highway Patrol trooper.
FHP found the trooper, Detrick McClellan, at fault in the horrific crash, fired him, and cited him with three traffic violations.
But when his case came up in court, the trooper who issued the citations wasn’t there. Another trooper in attendance said that though he couldn’t represent the agency, he would not object to dismissing the tickets, and the judge did just that.
McClellan walked out with no consequences, and even got handshakes from his fellow law enforcement officers.