Thursday, March 2, 2017

Homer "Gator" DeLoach won a highly controversial election by 13 votes. He needed a way to gain support. Guess who he is bullying to gain that support?

It is a story that just screams FloriDUH. A sheriff nicknamed "Gator" (again, only in the land of 'Duh) narrowly wins a hotly contested and controversial election, apparently by only 13 votes. The controversy over the recount continues, apparently, so DeLoach needs some cheap publicity. Thus, he creates a new office in his department just to harass and humiliate registered citizens.

http://www.actionnewsjax.com/news/local/putnam-county-hires-sex-offender-compliance-specialist/497209051

Putnam County announced on Friday that they had reorganized resources and created a position known as a “Sex Offender Compliance Specialist.”

The Florida Sex Offender Registry said that there are currently 305 sex offenders in Putnam County.

The county says the specialist “will work in conjunction with the current offender compliance program as a means of providing critical intelligence for investigators by assessing risk-related changes in offender’s behavior.”

“We refuse to allow Putnam County to become a safe haven for sexual offenders and predators,” said Gator Deloach, who was elected Sheriff in Nov. 2016. “While we can’t control in which county they choose to live, we can certainly make Putnam County as inhospitable as possible for them.” 

This car is only for the purposes of humiliating registered citizenns. 

6 comments:

  1. I bet disabled people will come out and sue this police chief for profiling.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/creep-busters-ambush-of-man-with-mental-disability-called-vigilantism-1.4009147
    See Canada has a Civil Rights problem when it comes to disabled people.

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  2. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2984781/paedophile-vigilante-gang-jailed/

    Titley had befriended the victim and offered him a place to stay before the allegations were made he was a child abuser.

    The court heard at no point was pity shown towards him and the defendants repeatedly returned to torture and abuse him.

    The victim has suffered "long lasting mental and physical harm" as a result of the horrific ordeal.

    Detective Inspector Mark Bellamy, from West Mercia Police, said: "The victim in this case was subjected to a truly shocking and senseless attack over a prolonged period of time, the like of which I have never seen in 21 years as a police officer.

    "The horrific ordeal that he experienced will have a long-lasting effect, both physically and psychologically, and I would like to pay tribute to his outstanding bravery.

    "I would also like to make it clear that no allegations of sexual assault have ever been received by police regarding this man.

    "Incidents of this nature are fortunately rare in the area served by West Mercia Police and a robust and comprehensive investigation was conducted by our officers to ensure the perpetrators faced justice for their despicable actions."

    "The victim in this case was subjected to a truly shocking and senseless attack over a prolonged period of time, the like of which I have never seen in 21 years as a police officer.
    "The horrific ordeal that he experienced will have a long-lasting effect, both physically and psychologically, and I would like to pay tribute to his outstanding bravery.

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  3. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/whos-behind-brutal-philippines-drug-killings-hitman-speaks/

    President Duterte is behind the Death Squad.

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  4. http://westhawaiitoday.com/news/local-news/accused-vigilante-killer-pleads-guilty-manslaughter

    KEALAKEKUA — The man accused of a vigilante killing last year in Kailua-Kona told a judge Monday he didn’t mean to cause the victim’s death.

    Originally charged with second-degree murder, Gafatasi Napoleon, 30, of Kailua-Kona, pleaded guilty to manslaughter before 3rd Circuit Chief Judge Ronald Ibarra for the death of Alanaokala Solomon Covington.

    Napoleon is accused of shooting Covington, 36, with a shotgun on Oct. 14 near a homeless camp at the intersection of Queen Kaahumanu Highway and Henry Street.

    Ibarra asked the defendant to describe what happened the day Covington died.

    Napoleon said he loaded shotgun cartridges with rock salt and shot Covington in the chest from about 6 to 8 feet away.

    “I expected it to just sting,” Napoleon said. “I didn’t think it’d go through.”

    When Ibarra asked him why he did it, Napoleon said he heard a rumor Covington had been raping women.

    “He had gotten a little too close to my girlfriend I had at the time,” he said.

    Witness Rex King testified in an October hearing that it wasn’t their intent to kill Covington. Their plan was to assault him and possibly send him to the hospital.

    “I knew we were going to beat the (expletive) out of somebody,” King testified Oct. 26, adding that Napoleon did not seem upset after the incident. “He didn’t panic, he didn’t freak out. But neither did I.”

    Napoleon seemed to feel justified after the shooting, King said.

    Napoleon allegedly had King help him remove the body on Oct. 16 from where it had been laying. Covington’s body was buried under lava rock and dry cement near mile maker 27 of Highway 190, also known as Mamalahoa Highway, in North Kona.

    Napoleon was arrested a week after the killing at the scene of a detailed graffiti sketch on a street in the O‘oma Plantation subdivision. The work showed a man who appeared to be a shackled prisoner with one foot on top of a skull, on which the word “rapist” was written in red letters.

    “Sometimes a man has to take action to protect the ones who can’t protect themselves,” text on the prisoner’s chest read.

    Napoleon was facing several other charges, which will be dismissed without prejudice, in accordance with the plea agreement.

    He faces six to eight years in prison and a restitution fee of approximately $1,450 to the Covington family for funeral expenses.

    As Napoleon was being led from the courtroom he turned, gave a smile to family and said, “love you family.”

    Napoleon’s family declined to comment after the hearing.

    He is set to be sentenced May 2 at 8 a.m.

    update

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  5. http://www.npr.org/2017/03/09/519382833/florida-lawmakers-to-vote-on-expanding-stand-your-ground-law

    http://www.startribune.com/stand-your-ground-laws-the-facts-don-t-support-fears-of-armed-citizens/415622074/

    http://www.fox9.com/news/politics/240394086-story

    http://wfla.com/2017/03/06/pasco-movie-theater-shooting-case-could-be-impacted-by-stand-your-ground-law-changes/

    http://wfla.com/2017/03/05/florida-lawmakers-want-to-change-stand-your-ground-law/

    And now stand your ground is up for a debate again.

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  6. http://www.news1130.com/2017/03/11/creep-catchers-president-named-lawsuit/

    http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/surrey-creep-catchers-president-sued-for-defamation

    Now Creep Catchers President(Dictator) is sued for defamation. Damn Creep Catchers is the biggest Vigilante group so far thats deliberately starting scandals on purpose. The last few scandals about Creep Catchers I seen was a series of Civil Rights violations on disabled people and drug addicts. Another Lawsuit showing privacy violations from the catchers, Plus the death of the people they accuse and an arson allegation on Creep Catchers. This is straight outta Davao Death Squad here.


    https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/this-man-trolled-creep-catchers-online-then-his-barn-was-burned-down


    http://604now.com/2017/02/22/surrey-creep-catchers-investigation/

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/creep-busters-ambush-of-man-with-mental-disability-called-vigilantism-1.4009147

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