Governor Rick Scott, A Proven THIEF & LIAR,—Prompts Many State Officials To Follow Their Evil Leader: State of Florida Department of Health on Patients Diagnosed with Scleroderma

Published December 15, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee, FL—In November 2014, sixty-seven percent of Tallahassee citizens voted for an Anti-Corruption Amendment in an effort to weed out corruption in local government. With the help of an organization called RepresentUs (based in Massachusetts), Tallahassee is the first city in the nation to pass such an amendment. Governor Scott’s mansion along with numerous main offices of state agencies is located in Tallahassee. Many of Tallahassee citizens are employed by those state agencies —so there is no wonder why the citizens of Tallahassee would anonymously agree to desperately want protection from government officials operating like Hitler’s Regime.

In December 2013, the mother of DeShon Thomas filed a complaint against Dr. Anthony J. Clark with the Florida Department of Health whose main office is located in Tallahassee. The District Two Medical Examiner’s Office, also located in Tallahassee, is where Dr. Clark is employed. Dr. Clark is also affiliated with Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, as well as being licensed in the state of Georgia. As outlined in the complaint filed by DeShon’s mother, Dr. Clark committed perjury during the October 2013 double murder trial—State of Florida vs. DeShon Thomas. Documents show that had Dr. Clark not committed perjury, DeShon Thomas would not have been convicted of the January 2011 double murders.

Within a week of receiving the complaint, the Department of Health responded to DeShon’s mother by stating that Dr. Clark had not violated any laws. In addition to their findings, the Department of Health threatened DeShon’s mother in regards to information/documentation she submitted along with the complaint.

Following the response from the Department of Health, DeShon’s mother contacted Florida Surgeon General, John H. Armstrong, located in Tallahassee. In a reply from Mr. Armstrong’s office dated January 2014, in part, it was stated that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement was responsible for handling complaints against medical doctors. Therefore, the complaint against Dr. Clark was being forwarded to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement located in Tallahassee.

Nearly a year later, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has yet to respond to the complaint against Dr. Anthony J. Clark.

Meanwhile, the Department of Health has used their resources in an attempt to go after DeShon’s mother’s Social Security Retirement Benefits.

In 1998, DeShon’s mother was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease called Scleroderma. At the time of her diagnosis, DeShon’s mother a 25-years-old single mother. After both a dermatologist and a rheumatologist told her that there was no cure and very little treatment for scleroderma patients, DeShon’s mother set out to do what she’d been doing since she was thirteen-years-old…work extremely hard—often times working two and three jobs just to make ends meet.

Due to DeShon’s mother’s pre-existing health condition, she did not qualify for affordable medical coverage. For the next decade or more, DeShon’s mother spent hundreds of dollars a month of her own money on doctor visits, lab work, X-rays and over-the-counter/prescription drugs. The most she spent was $90 a month for a prescription for a 30 day supply—she also had a prescription that cost $75 a month for a 30 day supply—for just two of her prescription $165 per month. (Fortunately, DeShon and his older brother were able to utilize their dad’s medical insurance.)

In 2009, after many years of suffering—the effects of scleroderma began to really take a toll on DeShon’s mother.

In 2010, DeShon’s mother made several trips to the emergency room at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital due to effects of scleroderma. Each visit netted more confusion between doctors at TMH. While they knew that there was no cure for scleroderma, they were confused as to what to do to assist her as she suffered tremendously.

At one point, doctors at TMH had DeShon’s mother believing that she had a life-threatening condition. She was partly prepped for surgery—and then doctors began to argue—the surgery was called off. After what seemed like a “sideshow” at TMH, DeShon’s mother—still in tremendous pain with the belief that she was on her death bed—left her children at home and drove herself to Florida Hospital located in Central Florida (five hours away). (DeShon and his family are natives of Central Florida—they’d been living in Tallahassee for ten years—so Deshon’s mother was familiar with Florida Hospital’s professionalism.)

At Florida Hospital in Central Florida, DeShon’s mother found outstanding relief! After being admitted into the hospital, she learned that there was no life-threatening condition. There was no need for emergency surgery. There was no need for any surgery. Over several days, doctors at Florida Hospital treated her to the best of their ability. However, they would not discharge her from the hospital until she was examined by a rheumatologist.

After being examined by a rheumatologist, she was discharged from Florida Hospital. DeShon’s mother returned to their home in Tallahassee. Not long thereafter, she began receiving Social Security Retirement Benefits (the cost of doctor visits, lab work and prescription drugs were not included). DeShon’s mother, who’d earned wages of over $2800 per month, was now receiving a measly $1200 per month—if that—through Social Security Retirement Benefits.

In 2012, DeShon’s mother, who relocated back to Central Florida, began receiving Medicare and prescription drug benefits—in which neither of the benefits covered 100% of any costs. So there is no such thing as a “free ride” as so many people may be disillusioned to believe.

Speaking of disillusioned…

Recently, the State of Florida Department of Health has informed DeShon’s mother that they’ve determined that her scleroderma conditions have improved and that she will no longer receive Social Security Retirement Benefits. The State of Florida Department of Health came to their conclusion after DeShon’s mother explained to them that the physician in whom they’d repeatedly scheduled her to be examined by was not a rheumatologist—nor was he a specialist. Surely, if doctors at Florida Hospital would not discharge her until she was examined by a rheumatologist (a specialist)—what sense would it make for DeShon’s mother to go see a physician who does not specialize in any area in regards to patients diagnosed with scleroderma.

DeShon’s mother is a longtime member of Inspire. Inspire has online Health and Wellness support groups that connects patients, families, friends, caregivers, and health professionals with others who know exactly what she’s going through. DeShon’s mother has rheumatoid arthritis, fibrosis of the lungs, Raynauds, esophagus issues and other issues brought on by scleroderma. DeShon’s mother never stated that she was “comatose” on her application for disability. To state such extreme disability would be a lie. In fact, according to her employment history, it clearly shows the number of different jobs that she held as she attempted to try to find a career that would cater to her condition—to no avail. Members of the Inspire Scleroderma Community are of all different backgrounds. While there are different forms of scleroderma—overall it is a very debilitating disease. In 2010, when DeShon’s mother began having serious problems with her fingers—another scleroderma patient on Inspire told her what was to come—because the doctors in Tallahassee did not know what to tell her.

Since DeShon’s mother filed a complaint against Dr. Clark, officials with the State of Florida Departmentof Health has constantly harassed her in regards to her financial Social Security Benefits. It is very IGNORANT for anyone to believe that by taking away Social Security Benefits will silence DeShon’s mother in regards to acts of corruption committed by government officials in Tallahassee, Florida. Dr. Clark is a HARDCORE LIAR! Dr. Clark claims to have testified in over 200 criminal cases—the question is—how many of those cases did he commit perjury? The State of Florida Department of Health along with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is supposed to protect Florida citizens. The failure to address the complaint filed against Dr. Anthony J. Clark only puts more and more Floridians at risk of becoming victims of Governor Rick Scott’s Regime.



The Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission and The Florida Bar—Note To All Parents of Future Lawyers and Floridians: Florida Courtrooms Are No Place for Christians—but Plenty of Space for Devils

Published November 18, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee, FL—The Judicial Qualifications Commission whose panel consists of fifteen people—two district court of appeal judges who are chosen by all the judges of the fifth district court. Two circuit judges chosen by all the judges of the twenty judicial circuits. Two county court judges, chosen by judges of sixty-seven county courts. Four registered voters who are lawyers, chosen by the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar. Lastly, five must be non-lawyers who are registered voters, chosen by the Governor. (All in all—you have the fox guarding the hen house.)

It’s no secret to the nation and to the world that Florida is being run by a governor who engages in criminal activities. History has taught us that whenever there are criminals in office, people around them (other officials) are encouraged to act as criminals. The re-election of Governor Rick Scott only underscores that money can get people whatever they want in Florida. After all, it was the media who reported that a flight school in Florida was where a group of Middle Eastern guys walked in with a suitcase full of money and in broken English asked to be taught how to fly a plane minus the landing procedures. Well, we all know the outcome of that situation. Lately, there have been reports of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi looking out for corporate interests over Floridians—with gifts and luxury trips in the range of $51,000. Fifty-one thousand dollars—clearly, more than that was spent on her education—so why she has chosen to sell Floridians out to corporations is truly sad. Oh, yes, Floridians know that corporate money played a huge role in her re-election too.

Just recently, in October 2014, the Judicial Qualifications Commission found that Second Circuit Judge Judith Hawkins, an African-American woman, committed violations of the Code of Judicial Conduct. Certain reports stated, in part, that one of the violations had to do with Circuit Judge Hawkins promoting and selling Christian ministry products to lawyers and employees in the courthouse. Immediately after violating Circuit Judge Hawkins, the Judicial Qualifications Commission recommended to the Florida Supreme Court that she be disciplined or be removed from the bench. Shortly thereafter, the Florida Supreme Court removed Circuit Judge Hawkins from the bench.

In another case brought before the same Judicial Qualifications Commission in regards to three Second Circuit Court Judges and one Leon County Judge, the Judicial Qualifications Commission failed to hold any of the all White American judges accountable for their violations. The court case, State of Florida vs. DeShon Thomas was plagued by corrupt acts in which all of the judges played a significant role. On each level, had the judges acted ethically, 17-year-old DeShon Thomas would have never had any charges brought against him.

DeShon, who was a 17-year-old freshman at Tallahassee Community College and employee at a local fast-food restaurant, was a quick pick for the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to charge and arrest for several crimes, including double murder. But when a team of Leon County Sheriff’s Detectives could not link DeShon to any of the crimes, including the murders, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and his son, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell, along with Second District State Attorney Willie Meggs—filed Probable Cause with the Leon County Clerk of Court naming Leon County Sheriff’s Detective, Don Odham, as having processed evidence at the crime scene and having directly received incriminating statements about DeShon.

The process to get DeShon to trial was plagued with corruption. DeShon had five attorneys (one private & four court appointed). DeShon and his mother fired his private attorney, Greg Cummings, who had been paid nearly $30,000 for misconduct. The Florida Bar received complaint against Greg Cummings and three other attorneys who work for State Attorney Willie Meggs. The Florida Bar has chosen to protect all of the attorneys involved.

Approximately, nine months after DeShon fired Mr. Cummings, DeShon’s mother called Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson out to Governor Rick Scott for violating several of DeShon’s U.S. Constitutional Rights from the time DeShon had first been charged with the murders. Circuit Judge Hankinson was immediately replaced by Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford. Circuit Judge Hankinson had been presiding over DeShon’s case for over two years before he was replaced. In part, DeShon’s mother believes that Circuit Judge Hankinson directly conspired with Mr. Greg Cummings and Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell in an attempt to railroad DeShon into Florida’s Prison System.

Both Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson and Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford worked for State Attorney Willie Meggs prior to becoming elected/appointed to their judgeship. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford came onto DeShon’s case and allowed more of the same corruption. She allowed Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell to tell her what needed to be done and when it needed to be done right there in her courtroom. Despite several pleas from DeShon’s mother to Governor Rick Scott and others to assign a Special Prosecutor to DeShon’s case—they all refused. Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell could not have gotten a conviction without using all of his state and personal resources to convict DeShon. Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell’s prosecution of DeShon was a full blown—all out—reach in order to protect his dad, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, who had jurisdiction over the investigation, for allowing their family friend, Don Odham, to act as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective. Don Odham was not a paid employee of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. In fact, Don Odham did not have the credentials to be a detective. None of DeShon’s attorney deposed or made it known that Don Odham was never an employee of Sheriff Larry Campbell and should have never been allowed to search the crime scene or have any role as a detective in such a serious investigation. But once again, money prevailed. Don Odham was said to be a wealthy, close personal friend of the Campbell family. And his wealth played a role in the murder charges and conviction of DeShon.

In October 2013, during DeShon’s trial, Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford allowed Don Odham to testify, in which Don Odham was being addressed as Detective Odham, in front of the jury. Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford allowing Don Odham to testify as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective with her knowledge of Don Odham never having been a Leon County Sheriff Detective is equivalent to a child molester claiming to be a neighborhood doctor—undressing and touching little kids whose only complaint is that of a headache.

DeShon’s court appointed attorney, Regional Counsel Daren Shippy, failed to address witnesses that he knew were committing perjury. Before, during and after DeShon’s trial, it was clear that the State of Florida and the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel, along with the two circuit judges and The Florida Bar were not upholding the U.S. State Constitution. Seventeen year-old DeShon was denied due process under the law.

The Judicial Qualifications Commission, who states, “Other government authorities may deprive you of your rights, rightly or wrongly, but only a judge can deny you of your rights”, kicked the can when it came to the exposure of the Devils in the courtroom.

A cold-blooded murderer has been intentionally left out in the community. Both the Florida Bar and the Judicial Qualifications Commission have proven that they have their own agendas. And like Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi, they don’t include the best interest of Floridians. With the latest ruling by the Florida Supreme Court to remove Circuit Judge Judith Hawkins from the bench by recommendation of the Judicial Qualifications Commission—well, it shows that Florida’s Courtrooms are no place for Christians—but has plenty of space for Devils.


Who Is Protecting College Kids in Tallahassee? Leon County Sheriff’s Office Failed To Inform Tallahassee Community College Police and Florida State University Police in Regards to Double Murder Suspect Possibly On Campuses

Published November 11, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee, FL—For over a year now it’s been reported that Tallahassee Police hindered the female Florida State University student who accused Jamies Winston of sexually assaulting her. According to reports, University Administrators, and Winston’s attorney received the police report days before State Attorney Willie Meggs. In which, State Attorney Willie Meggs, whose main office is located in the Leon County Courthouse (just three blocks away from both the Tallahassee Police Department and Florida State University), has the responsibilities for following up and possibly prosecuting serious crimes committed in six counties, with Tallahassee being the most populated. The Tallahassee Police Department, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office and State Attorney Willie Meggs’ Office seem to have a pattern of hindering cases from being investigated thoroughly and moving through the judicial system properly.

On Thursday, January 27, 2011, during the mid-morning hours, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence located within a mile of both Tallahassee Community College and the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. The residence was the crime scene of a double murder—the victims had been shot in the head two times each. The victims were twenty-year-old, Laqecia Herring and her 17-year-old brother, Sterling Conner Jr. Upon learning that Ms. Herring was five months pregnant and the father of Ms. Herring unborn baby was 17-year-old, DeShon Thomas, Leon County Sheriff’s Detectives began wickedly investigating him. Immediately, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office was aware that DeShon was a full-time freshman at Tallahassee Community College and an employee at a local fast-food restaurant. DeShon’s older brother was a senior at Florida State University.

According to the discovery report created by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, within hours of Leon County Sheriff’s detectives having begun investigating the double murder, Leon County Sheriff’s detectives obtained a court order to have AT&T (DeShon’s cell phone provider) track DeShon’s cell phone via the GPS in his cell phone. Also, Leon County Sheriff’s detectives received DeShon’s cell phone records. After reviewing DeShon’s cell phone records, Leon County Sheriff’s detectives obtained a court order to have DeShon’s cell phone records Sealed. As for the GPS tracking, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office requested for AT&T to inform a Leon County Sheriff’s criminal analyst and a City of Tallahassee police officer of DeShon’s movements in fifteen minute intervals. Neither Tallahassee Community College Police Department nor Florida State University Police Department was informed in regards to DeShon.

The next day, on January 28, 2011, DeShon informed his mother about an incident that occurred off of campus with Leon County Sheriff detectives (he believed that he was being followed by the police–Leon County Sheriff’s detectives). Immediately, DeShon’s mother chose to take him to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to find out why they were following him and to provide a statement. According to the discovery report created by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, within an hour of DeShon and his mother arriving at the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, a Leon County criminal analyst contacted AT&T to request that they (AT&T) Discontinue GPS tracking DeShon’s cell phone. At the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, DeShon and his mother were met with racist vulgar and soon found themselves locked in an interview room—being held against their will. DeShon was not charged with the murders or anything in relation to the murders during that encounter with Leon County Sheriff’s detectives.

It’s a possibility that over the years, with the absence of a steady Chief of Police at the Tallahassee Police Department, individual police officers may have taken it upon themselves as to how to handle criminal investigations. It is obvious that the longevity of years that Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell has spent in local law enforcement (50+), in addition to his son, Jack Campbell, being an Assistant State Attorney—that their father/son relationship have allowed them to be comfortable with picking and choosing what other police agencies get informed about what student and what criminal investigation—which has proven to be hazardous for both the defendant and the victim—and the community.

Four days into the double murder investigation, DeShon was charged as an adult with Cultivation of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (not double murder). And then four days later, while DeShon was in the Leon County Jail awaiting compliance with GPS home monitoring, DeShon was charged with Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder.

State Attorney Willie Meggs assigned Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell’s son as prosecutor. DeShon’s case process was plagued with corruption. Favorable evidence such as DeShon’s AT&T cell phone records and both victims’ autopsy reports were withheld from DeShon and public records. Nearly three years later—after having two Circuit Judges, four unethical attorneys (at different times including 1 private attorney), in addition to a slew of perjured testimonies—DeShon was convicted of Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder, Possession of a Firearm by a Juvenile Delinquent, and Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. None of the detectives or the key witness on the case was ever deposed.

The failure of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to inform Tallahassee Community College and Florida State University about DeShon being a suspect in a double murder says one of two things. One, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office knew that DeShon wasn’t the murderer. Two, the longevity of Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell’s law enforcement roots in the community has given him and his detectives a sense that they can pick and choose what law enforcement agencies they want to wheel and deal with—regardless of their responsibility to work with all law enforcement agencies in order to protect the community—to “Protect College Kids”.

Sheriff Larry Campbell allowed his friend, Don Odham, to assume the position of a Leon County Sheriff’s detective, despite not being on the payroll or having the credentials to be a detective. This type of absurdity is a prime example of the ignorance and egos that hinders criminal cases from being processed through the judicial system properly. How many college kids are going to fall victim to law enforcement officials and State Attorney Willie Meggs—chuckling to the media about being clueless about crimes having been committed while kids are hurting?


Tallahassee: Florida’s Capital City, The Nation’s First City To Acknowledge Exploitation of Its Citizens Tax Dollars via the Ballot Box

Published November 8, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee, FL—On November 4, 2014, Florida Governor Rick Scott was re-elected as Governor, and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was re-elected as Attorney General. Both re-elections only underscore what the Democratic base is screaming across the nation about the role money plays in politics. Floridians aren’t dancing in the streets because of Rick Scott’s re-election. It’s been reported that Rick Scott stated that he would not spend any of his own money to contribute to his campaign. And then in the last two weeks, Rick Scott forked over millions and millions of dollars because he was falling behind in the polls. After being re-elected, Rick Scott was mocked on a social media website for having forked over millions of dollars to be re-elected for a job that pays about $120,000 per year. (How many times could Rick Scott have paid himself with his own money? Do the math.)

Classic—American Greed! Money Over Smarts: The Downfall of Florida

Also, on November 4, 2014, the citizens of Tallahassee voted in favor of a City Ethics amendment. It’s been reported that this “City Ethics” amendment is the nation’s first anti-corruption measures at the city level. It’s been reported that the amendment passed with an “Overwhelmingly–Wide” favorable vote.

Is anyone surprised by the passing of this amendment?

Second Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs, whose office is located inside of the Leon County Courthouse in downtown Tallahassee, has been the State Attorney for about thirty years or so. In the publics view, Willie Meggs, who is a native of Tallahassee, has a long track record of being hard-core on criminals. But behind the scenes, Willie Meggs is described by many in law enforcement and citizens as being “Off-the-Rocker”. Many people in local law enforcement fear him. Several judges worked directly for him as Assistant State Attorneys, so instead of risking the backlash for attempting to “de-throne” him, they were promoted to judgeship.

Over the past decade, Willie Meggs has assigned mostly all high profile criminal cases being investigated by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, to Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell to prosecute. Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell is the son of Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell. According to Jack Campbell’s profile, he is a native of Tallahassee, graduated from Leon High school in 1991, attended Samford University, Cumberland School of Law and was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2002. At which time, he began working for Willie Meggs. (Two of Willie Meggs’ children are employed at the Leon County Sheriff’s Office as Sheriff Campbell’s deputies.)

Tallahassee’s “Power Families”—one who brings the charge against citizens and the other who ensures the charge sticks—or in some cases publicly humiliate the citizens. And let’s not forget those judges who must show their gratitude for “ALL” that Willie Meggs has contributed to their success.

It’s been reported that the citizens of Tallahassee are tired of the corrupting influence of money in politics… The amendment that they voted in favor of will create an Ethics Advisory Panel (a seven member ethics board) with the power to investigate ethics complaints and levy civil penalties. While some citizens of Tallahassee may feel a sense of relief—the truth of the matter is that the amendment in a whole is unnecessary. It’s just another way of pacifying those in local government who are leading and feeding the corruption and hindering those who are in government or likewise, whose job it is to enforce policies against government officials who are unethical.

Nearly every level of government agency has a committee geared to handle ethic complaints against its employees. The Florida Bar governs licensed attorneys. The Judicial Qualifications Committee governs Judges. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement governs elected officials and other government officials. The Florida Department of Health governs all doctors and healthcare workers. Every state in America has a governor, a state attorney general, an inspector general, a surgeon general and a Department of Justice. There’s the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the state level, and when all else fails, there’s the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the Federal level. All of these government agencies are funded by tax dollars. It is their responsibility to ethically perform the job that they’re being paid to do by tax payers. In part, they are responsible for governing. At any time when they feel like they are unable to perform their job ethically—then they should resign or be fired. Nobody can deny relationships/ friendships between people working in government. But that relationships/ friendships are of a personal nature, to which government employees, regardless of their capacity, should not allow their personal life to have any influence on their job.

Imagine what would happen if a few people working for the Department of Children and Families began approving applications for public assistance for all of their family and friends, regardless of need. In recent years, a number of Department of Children and Families employees have been charged, arrested, and fired for possessing child pornography and/or acts of molesting children in state care. At what point did the Florida Department of Law Enforcement have to assemble a panel of seven of its employees together to decide if pictures of naked kids were in fact pictures of naked kids? At what point did the director of the Department of Children and Families have to assemble a panel of seven of its employees in order to decide whether or not to fire employees who hurt children? At every level of a government employee’s job, decisions made by that employee should be based on government policies and laws—not personal feelings. Decisions made should be based on what’s best for the community—the citizens—the tax payers—after all, that’s the way the laws are written. Again, when government employees struggle with this basic concept and can no longer conduct their jobs in an ethical manner—then they should no longer be allowed to accept money from tax payers in the form of a paycheck. Not only is it hypocritical—it’s unethical.

Many successful entrepreneurs in the private sector have admitted to having hired family members and friends to work for them, and then had to turn around and ask them to resign—and in some cases—had to terminate them—because they were bad for their business. So why should tax payers be burdened with government employees—whether they’re elected, hired off of the streets, or appointed—who are bad for their communities.

State Attorney Willie Meggs has been in office for nearly thirty years. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, a native of Jacksonville, Florida, has been sheriff for nearly 20 years—prior to that he was Leon County’s Undersheriff—prior to that he worked for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement—in addition to that–in the 1970’s he attended the FBI academy and he maintains close relations with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in both Tallahassee and Jacksonville. Sheriff Campbell has nearly fifty years or more experience in law enforcement—mainly (if not all) positioned there in Tallahassee. There’s no doubt that State Attorney Willie Meggs and Sheriff Larry Campbell have deep roots in Tallahassee’s judicial make-up and its proceedings. State Attorney Willie Meggs’ former Assistant State Attorneys have become judges in his circuit. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell’s former employees have retired and gone on to collect nearly $500,000 in retirement. The view of State Attorney Willie Meggs and Sheriff Larry Campbell from those working for them—may be no different from the view of a kid living in the inner-city who admires the flash and power of the heroin dealer who no longer has to stand on the street corner to sell heroin—but uses others to do his dirty work.

Tallahassee (Leon County) is the only major city/county of the six counties that make up Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit. Tallahassee has a population of 186,411 people in 103.1 square miles (267 km2). There are 60,100 people working in government jobs (possibly more)—this number includes law enforcement officers. There are seven different law enforcement agencies in Tallahassee. Nearly every defense attorney practicing law in Tallahassee relies on criminal cases to be appointed to them by the Leon County Clerk of Court whenever there’s a conflict with the Public Defender’s Office in providing legal representation to defendants. In most cases, the private attorneys are paid about $3,500 for each defendant that they represent. While $3,500 may not seem like much money, when private attorneys are repeatedly assigned cases, the money is guaranteed to come because the money is paid out by tax payers. Whereas, a private attorney representing a private client may not get paid in full right away or may not get paid in full at all.  While assigning these case are the job of that of the clerk, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell and Public Defender leader Nancy Daniels, both have admitted to having told judges which criminal defense attorneys to appoint to certain cases—and the judges failed to allow the clerk to do his/her job accordingly.

Second Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs, Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, his son, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, along with others have fooled themselves into believing that they have “ALL OF THE POWER” in Tallahassee.

On November 4, 2014, Tallahassee citizens made history by voting in favor of the amendment—who is celebrating? Surely not the government officials who have worked hard to build up their career—and now, by association, have fallen to “co-corruptor” because of those who put selfishness and greed over ethics. Who is celebrating? Surely not those who have fallen victim to corrupt government officials and corrupt government employees. So, who is celebrating?

Going forward, the Ethics Advisory Panel may comfort the majority of Tallahassee citizens, but in order to truly show respect for those who wrote the United States Constitution—and to show respect for those who amended the United State Constitution to benefit ALL OF US—and to truly show respect for Blacks and Whites who gave their lives on U.S. soil and in other countries for ALL OF US to have FREEDOM—and to truly inspire young people to stand up for their rights—those who currently hold positions to govern ethics complaints  need to do their jobs and rid Tallahassee’s current corrupt government officials and government employees. Tallahassee citizens should not allow corrupt government officials and government employees to go on exploiting their tax dollars.



WOW! Sent To Prison After Serving With The Florida Department of Corrections For Thirty-one Years —Criminals in High Places

Published October 23, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee,FL—Was it the power or the money? Or was it both? According to reports, Mr. James Crosby was accepting kickbacks. (Kickbacks for what? How many steaks does one need to eat in a lifetime?) Why are people so GREEDY when it comes to money?

In the final debate between Governor Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist, Governor Scott repeatedly talked about growing up without much of anything—particularly money. Governor Scott talked about living in government housing, and how his parents had one car or no car at all. Obviously, Governor Scott’s childhood issues have transformed him into this “American Greedy Man” when it comes to money.

History tells us that people who lived through the Great Depression era held onto just about every meaningless item in fear of being without—if a depression was to occur again. History in its correctness–now, just imagine how the people protected items of value. Surely, it must’ve taken years, if not decades for people from the Great Depression era to overcome their fear of being without.

The majority of people love to hear stories in regards to ‘Rags to Riches’. They’re usually what gives parents trying to raise a family on a shoestring budget hope—and what keeps people inspired—to reach for their goals. But when Governor Rick Scott tells his story of growing up without much of anything, it seems as though he has a grudge against the government more so than his dad who was absent from his life. Governor Scott might as well where a bandit’s mask when he tells his story. His story sounds as if White America owes him something because he had to live in government housing. And now his way of paying White America back is to rip off the government. (Black people are not on Governor Scott’s agenda.)

During the debates, Governor Scott talked about having met with the parents of Trayvon Martin as if he’d done his duty as a governor to the Black community. (Umm, News Flash—“Not only was George Zimmerman found not guilty, but nothing has been done about the ‘Stand Your Ground Law’. Jordan Davis. Hmm, wonder why Michael Dunn felt so comfortable opening fire on an SUV full of Black teenage boys?” So, yeah, Black Floridians feel much more comfortable knowing that their son can be stalked and then shot dead by their stalker. Or should Black Floridians tell their sons not to play loud music in their vehicles. What’s the definition of loud in Florida?

Is it the power or the money? Or is it both? Why are people so GREEDY?

Women in the workplace are still fighting for respect and most importantly—equal pay for equal work. And most importantly EQUAL PAY for EQUAL WORK!

Was Second Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford compensated for allowing Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell and Regional Counsel Daren Shippy to present Mr. Don Odham to the jury as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective in October 2013? Surely, as a circuit judge, a promotion wasn’t up for grabs. Whatever it was that she was compensated—was it worth it? Judge Fulford and First Regional Conflict Counsel Jeffery Lewis knowingly allowed DeShon Rashard Thomas, a 17-year-old Black male college student, to be convicted of crimes that he did not commit, while leaving the real murderer or murderers in the community. And then before Judge Fulford sentenced DeShon to Two Life Sentences plus 30 years, she spoke about how much DeShon and his dad look-alike. Really! Since DeShon’s dad didn’t come to the trial—Judge Fulford really felt like it was appropriate to speak on DeShon and his dad’s resemblance? Despite the purpose of their being in the courtroom was to impose sentencing. Judge Fulford overlooking that also in the courtroom was the mother and the family of the two victims. The mother, whose two children (her son and a pregnant daughter) was murdered in cold-blood. And Judge Fulford, was amazed at how much the defendant, DeShon, resembles his dad—to the point that she needed to speak on it—right then and there. I’m sure many will agree that Judge Fulford’s comments about DeShon and his dad resembling each other was about as idiotic as Attorney General Pam Bondi and Governor Rick Scott rescheduling an execution in order to accommodate Pam Bondi’s Fundraising campaign (MONEY over integrity).

Did Judge Fulford collect MONEY? Could that be why she didn’t take her late appointment as presiding over DeShon’s case serious? Judge Fulford said to DeShon, “I don’t know what went wrong in your life…”

Well, Guess what? Trusting Florida’s Judicial System is what went wrong in DeShon’s life. That’s why he had five different attorneys and two circuit judges over a period of nearly three years—in which all four court appointed attorneys filed Motions to Withdraw—including Regional Counsel Daren Shippy (DeShon’s attorney at trial). Regional Counsel Daren Shippy’s claim to not want to represent DeShon was in part because the previous four attorneys had not done any work on the case to build a defense—no depositions—nothing. DeShon’s previous private paid attorney, Gregory Cummings, Circuit Judge James Hankinson and Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell embezzled nearly $30,000 from DeShon’s mother before it dawned on her that all three of them were in bed together and fired Mr. Cummings.

Trusting Florida’s Judicial System is what went wrong in DeShon’s life. That’s why State Attorney Willie Meggs along with Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and Sheriff Campbell’s son, Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell filed legal documents containing false information with the Leon County Clerk of Courts in order to have DeShon charged with the murders. Clearly, those false documents were presented to the grand jury by Assistant Chief State Attorney Georgia Cappleman in order to receive an Indictment to have DeShon charged with the murders—and so on and so forth.

Now, it’s just a matter of time before people will be asking what went wrong in Judge Jackie Fulford’s and others lives to join together—to conspire to have a teenager wrongly convicted?

DeShon Rashard Thomas is INNOCENT! DeShon Rashard Thomas was a child in an adult judicial system—without being able to identify people who are TRULY EVIL.

What’s the difference between the tactics used by Judge Fulford in DeShon’s case and that of former Mascott police officer James Duckett?

In 1987, Eleven year-old Teresa McAbee must’ve trusted Police Officer James Duckett. Clearly, if little Teresa was aware that a trusted officer was going to murder her—she would not have climbed into Officer Duckett’s patrol car. A police officer with a badge. A judge with a gavel! Both violated the trust of a child.

In the last debate between Governor Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist, Governor Scott attempted to show that Governor Crist was corrupt because some of the folks whom former Governor Crist appointed when he was in office are now in federal prison. Governor Crist responded by stating something to the affect that he wasn’t responsible for the criminal acts of those whom he appointed. It was under Governor Jeb Bush as to when Mr. James Crosby was forced to resign for his criminal acts.

Mr. James Crosby—a thirty-one year career ended disgracefully. Unfortunately, others have and will have their careers ended disgracefully. There are no Statute of Limitations on Federal Crimes.



Tallahassee’s League of EVIL: There’s a virus in Tallahassee’s Judicial System That’s Worse Than the Ebola virus—It’s Called, “Corruption”

Published October 18, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee, FL—It’s been one year ago today (October 18, 2013), when it was announced that DeShon Thomas was convicted on Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder and Solicitation to Commit 1st Degree Murder. As it was posted on, DeShon’s mother did a “praise dance” upon hearing the announcement—and rightfully so.

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit! Jesus was falsely prosecuted—He died so that we can have life! DeShon still has his life!

Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against SPIRITUAL WICKEDNESS IN HIGH PLACES.

Daniel 10:14 Now I have come to make you understand what will happen to your people in the latter days, for the vision refers to many days yet to come.

Isaiah 41:10 Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.

Daniel 12:2 And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake. Some to everlasting life, Some to shame and everlasting contempt.

DeShon’s arrest did not push DeShon and his family into the bosom of Jesus Christ. DeShon and his family have always been in the bosom of Jesus Christ. If this were not so—officials in Tallahassee would be going about their business as usual—instead of being concerned about what DeShon’s mother is “going to do next”.

On January 28, 2011, the day after the victims were found murdered, DeShon and his mother voluntarily went down to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to give a statement. Don Odham, a White man who presented himself as a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective, violated many of DeShon’s Civil Rights—including denying DeShon the right to an attorney. Detective Odham and DeShon’s mother had a heated exchange of words. DeShon’s mother informed Detective Odham that he was making a huge mistake with his handling of DeShon—as a minor and as a child of God! Instead of taking heed to DeShon’s mother, Detective Odham kicked DeShon’s mother out of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office—refusing to allow DeShon to leave with her.

Detective Odham played a huge role in DeShon being charged with the murders. Approximately seven months of DeShon’s being charged with the murders, Detective Don Odham, himself, was no longer associated with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. Furthermore, Detective Odham was NEVER a Leon County Sheriff’s Detective—obsolete from the payroll. Mr. Odham was a friend of Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and Sheriff’s Campbell’s son, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell. It was Assistant State Attorney/Prosecutor Jack Campbell and Mr. Odham who would forge ahead with falsifying court documents. And recruit a slew of other judicial officials, including State Attorney Willie Meggs and Leon County Sheriff’s officials, including members of Sheriff Larry Campbell Command Staff—to ensure the conviction of DeShon. DeShon is INNOCENT!

Psalm 3:7 Arise, O Lord; Save me, O my God! For You have struck all my enemies on the cheekbone; You have broken the teeth of the ungodly.

PARENTS BE AWARE: Clearly, (Tallahassee) Florida 2nd Judicial State Attorney Willie Meggs and Chief Assistant State Attorney Georgia Cappleman Knowingly Presented Documents Containing Fraudulent Information to a Grand Jury to Receive an Indictment on a Black Male 17-year-old Tallahassee Community College Freshman

Published October 11, 2014 by MAUL10

Tallahassee, FL—Despite having received laboratory reports from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation that DID NOT connect 17-year-old DeShon Thomas to the double homicide of his pregnant ex-girlfriend and her 17-year-old brother, Florida 2nd Judicial State Attorney Willie Meggs and Chief Assistant State Attorney Georgia Cappleman moved forward with presenting the case to the grand jury. But not before Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell filed documents received by the Leon County Sheriff’s Office that had been padded with false information. Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell is the father of Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell who is employed by State Attorney Willie Meggs. The two Campbell’s have a history of working together in the investigation and prosecution of criminal cases in Tallahassee—this father/son team supported by judges willing to deny defendants their rights and deputies willing to commit perjury—have guaranteed convictions and positive resume builder for both Campbell’s.

If past criminal cases were handled like the case of 17-year-old DeShon Thomas’ case, then more than likely the same motive of operation was used—documents containing fraudulent information were presented to get convictions—not evidence. In DeShon Thomas’ case, State Attorney Willie Meggs and Chief Assistant State Attorney Georgia Cappleman were well aware of the fraudulent information prior to going in front of the grand jury.



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