ISAIAH 10:1-4






Tallahassee, FL—Toxins in the capital city Democratic Party, supported by The Florida Bar; paid in full by Florida’s taxpayers. This is another reason why there should be term limits for local and state government officials.

Former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, former 2nd Judicial Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs, and Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell (Sheriff Larry Campbell’s only son; current 2nd Judicial Circuit State Attorney).

Truly, many will have to answer why they remained silent and failed to act while Campbell, Meggs & Campbell’s self-proclaimed judicial system operated unlawfully. Why?

When you shop at Publix or Walmart, do you put your trust in the store owners or the U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration), who regulates millions of products to ensure the protection of public health?

When you hire an attorney, do you whole-heartedly trust the attorney or do you whole-heartedly trust The Florida Bar, the organization that regulates all licensed attorneys in Florida?

In the case, Campbell, Meggs & Campbell vs. DeShon Rashard Thomas, from the start, Campbell, Meggs & Campbell had violated many of DeShon Thomas and his mother’s civil rights. While DeShon Thomas’ former private-paid defense attorney has acknowledged that he is a victim of bullying by Campbell, Meggs & Campbell’s judicial system, The Florida Bar—still to date—continues to fail/ protect attorneys, DeShon Thomas and his family. DeShon Thomas, a black, 17-year-old, dependent minor child, is innocent.

The following videos are of truth. Part 4 was a video but is now (for now) documents that support the information in the videos.   Florida Democrats Judicial Malice (Leon County) 1       Florida Democrats Judicial Malice (Leon County) 2   Florida Democrats Judicial Malice (Leon County) 3

Florida Democrats Judicial Malice (Leon County) 4 (video- stay tuned)

(documents)   Florida Democrats Judicial Malice (Leon County) 5


Pre-trial Video Shows Prosecutor Jack Campbell Continues to ‘Hold the purse strings’ in Tallahassee

Tallahassee, FL— In June of 2012, a black male, who had been apprehended by the Tifton County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, was transported to the Leon County Jail and turned over to Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, a member of the Democratic Party. The black male, a previously convicted felon, had fled the state of Florida after having robbed two major banks in Tallahassee (Leon County). After he was booked into the Leon County Jail, he was later being represented by Public Defender Nancy Daniels.

While awaiting trial, the accused bank robber was recruited by Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, a member of the Democratic Party and State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin to help carry-out an entrapment scheme in a solicitation to commit murder plot, but only after, Walter Rayborn, a white male teenage, also a Leon County Jail inmate, did not accept their proposal.

The scheme was initiated by Prosecutor Jack Campbell and State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin—to set up a then–18-year-old, black male inmate, a former 17-year-old freshman student at Tallahassee Community College, who’d been charged with several crimes by Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell. At that time, the most serious of the charges were two counts of first-degree murder, and possession of a firearm by a juvenile delinquent.  He had plead not guilty to all charges. All of the charges, including the double murder case, were cases where State Attorney Willie Meggs, a member of the Democratic Party, had assigned Jack Campbell to prosecute (despite his daddy having investigative jurisdiction over the case). It was also a case that the State Attorney’s and the Leon County Sheriff’s Office made a swift arrest and indictment where they could not deliver any evidence. Only by the utilization of fear and intimidation on other children, teens and young adults were they able to lie to the public that they had a strong case.  

For the accused bank robber’s assistance, he was released from the Leon County Jail; given money and a cell phone by State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin. The former Tallahassee Community College student was charged with solicitation to commit 1st degree murder in August 2012.

The accused bank robber, and State Attorney Willie Meggs and Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell’s key witness in the solicitation to commit murder plot, had a short-lived freedom. He was re-arrested in Gadsden County (a neighboring county to Leon County), by Gadsden County law enforcement officials, and charged with armed home invasion robbery, kidnapping and many other major crimes. Once again, he was being represented by Public Defender Nancy Daniels.

On Monday, October 7, 2013, during a pre-trial hearing for the former Tallahassee Community College student, Prosecutor Jack Campbell, informed the court how he had personally spent his weekend, aggressively soliciting a conflict attorney to represent his key witness—the former fugitive felon—that he’d previously released back into the community with money and a cell phone.  Public Defender Nancy Daniels was in court—she’d stated that she had filed a motion to withdraw from the former fugitive’s case—however, the judge did not have the motion, so she prematurely assumed that her motion was going to be granted.

The former Tallahassee Community College student’s court appointed regional counsel defense attorney also prematurely assumed that his motion to withdraw from representing the previous fugitive considering that he was already representing the defendant to which the former fugitive was to testify against.  

Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell was well aware the conflict attorney that he was so aggressively soliciting was registered to only to serve as counsel on capital cases. None of the cases against the former fugitive were capital cases. Yet, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell proceeded out and in court, relentlessly.

Conflict attorneys are private attorneys who are appointed to represent indigent clients when both the Office of the Public Defender and the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel have conflicts. Normally, it’s the responsibility of the Clerk’s office to assign conflict attorneys to cases where defendants are deemed indigent.

What business was it of State Attorney Willie Meggs and Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell to know any defendant’s financial status? Furthermore, the responsibility for ensuring conflict attorneys is paid are the responsibility of the Justice Administrative Commission.

So why does Prosecutor Jack Campbell continue to “hold the purse strings” in Tallahassee?

As with the case of Rachel Morningstar Hoffman, law enforcement officials used fear and intimidation tactics on other defendants and witnesses. Personally, Jack Campbell inherited his “Bully” mentality from his daddy, former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell; professionally, Prosecutor Jack Campbell’s “Bully” mentality was enhanced by his one and only legal employer, State Attorney Willie Meggs.

During the same hearing on October 7, 2013, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell recommends Public Defender Nancy Daniels to manipulate the pay code to ensure that the conflict attorney of his choosing is paid by the Justice Administrative Commission.


The power and the influence lie with the person who holds the purse strings.

Florida has 20 Judicial Circuits—each one has a State Attorney. State Attorney is chief Prosecutor—Chief Law Enforcement Officer—Top Prosecutor with the judicial circuit that they represent. The Prosecutor is the legal party responsible for presenting the case against an individual suspected of breaking the law, initiating and directing further criminal investigations, guiding and recommending the sentencing of offenders, and are the only attorneys allowed to participate in grand jury proceedings. The Prosecutor decides what criminal charges to bring, and when and where a person will answer to those charges. In carrying out their duties, Prosecutors have the authority to investigate persons, grant immunity to witnesses and accused criminals, and plea bargain with defendants.

Florida’s 2nd Judicial Circuit consists of six counties (Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Franklin, Liberty, and Jefferson). The median household income in Leon County (Tallahassee) is less than $25,000. There are more than 30 private criminal defense attorneys in Tallahassee, alone. While all private criminal defense attorneys are not registered/classified as private conflict attorneys, there are several who are—many of those attorneys are hungry for cases—they meet the qualifications—and they need the money. The Legislature was precise and clear when they passed the Senate Bill governing who and how private conflict attorneys are utilized. Nowhere in that Senate Bill does it recommend State Attorneys or Assistant State Attorneys—Prosecutors—to participate in the process of appointment or utilization for indigent clients.

Again, that “Bully” mentality– State Attorney Willie Meggs and Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell’s ripping the Senate Bill to shreds, and then tossing it into the garbage—writing their own laws—and leaving many attorneys in fear of future work—case assignments—and financially strapped—hungry.

And now, today, with Jack Campbell being Florida’s Second Judicial State Attorney, he only knows what he knows—and he does not know the law.   

Every four years, State Attorneys are elected to office by local voters. Because Tallahassee (Florida’s capital city) is within Florida’s 2nd Judicial Circuit, it is up to the elected State Attorney to bring about or dismiss charges against many politicians on various levels—including the governor.

State Attorney Willie Meggs was neither ashamed to break the law nor ashamed when he broke the law, as he had done in the case of former House Speaker Ray Sansom, a member of the Republican Party.

State Attorney Willie Meggs is not going to prosecute myself.—-asserts-the-coalition-for-honest-prosecution-170948081.html

Before his retirement in 2016, he’d been Florida’s 2nd Judicial Circuit State Attorney under eight governors (Bob Graham, Wayne Mixon, Bob Martinez, Lawton Chiles, Buddy MacKay, Jeb Bush, Charlie Crist, and Rick Scott). While the office of governor has a term limit 8 years, there is no term limit for Judicial Circuit State Attorneys.

Over the years, countless complaints have been previously filed with The Florida Bar, Ethics Commission, and Florida Department of Law Enforcement against State Attorney Willie Meggs, Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, Assistant State Attorney Georgia Cappleman, and other officials in Tallahassee. Governors have come and go. When former Governor Rick Scott broke the law, it was then, State Attorney Willie Meggs who chose not to prosecute him, despite public outcry to prosecute. As Governor Rick Scott was leaving office at the end of his term, he appointed State Attorney Willie Meggs to sit on the Ethics Commission Board. (Willie Meggs was set to retire). It would be Jack Campbell, a Democrat, who’d been elected to Willie Meggs’ position as State Attorney. To proceed with practicing law in the same manner—the only manner—that he knows—through bold-faced lies to juries, bullying and intimidation.   

Which is why the time to set term limits for Judicial Circuit State Attorney Office is now!


Ben Crump Rally’s in City Led by Corrupt Members of the Democratic Party

Tallahassee, FL (Leon County)— Bethel Missionary Baptist Church located in the heart of the city of Tallahassee, less than a half mile from the Leon County Courthouse and the Florida Supreme Court, is where Tallahassee Attorney Ben Crump recently raised his voice against injustice.

Black people in Tallahassee, who are members of the Democratic Party, have long adopted the habit of down ballot voting when they vote. Considering the vote for many local government seats are at the same time as the vote for the United States President, the recycling of corrupt white members of the Democratic Party continues.

Former Second Judicial Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs, a member of the Democratic Party, who is known for his high level of arrogance and his malicious prosecutions against black people, was in office for more than 30 years before he retired. Jack Campbell, a member of the Democratic Party, worked for Willie Meggs for more than a decade, before being elected into office as 2nd Judicial Circuit State Attorney. Jack Campbell, the son of former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell who was also a member of the Democratic Party, was the lead prosecutor on many cases where his dad’s office was the lead investigative agency.

Malicious prosecutions against black people, especially black men, means that Willie Meggs and Jack Campbell told presiding judges and attorneys—both public and private—how to proceed in court—and they complied. In at least one case, at the request of State Attorney Willie Meggs and then Chief Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell, former Public Defender Nancy Daniels, manipulated payment codes for a private attorney to get paid to represent a favorable witness for the state. In at least two cases, a close friend of then Sheriff Larry Campbell and his son, Jack, who is a member of the Republican Party, was allowed to possess a Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy badge and to work—including being assigned lead detective in a double murder investigation, provide testimony in a double murder trial, and interact with underage minors—when their friend was never an employee at the Leon County Sheriff’s Office nor a law enforcement official.

Shortly after the death of Sheriff Campbell then Governor Rick Scott appointed Mike Wood as interim sheriff. Mike Wood, who’d retired from the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, has a felony record of his own.

In less than twenty years, the city of Tallahassee Police Department has been stricken with scandals. In 2013, Chief Dennis Jones resigned after scrutiny about excessive force against a woman. Dennis was replaced by Mike DeLeo. Although a complaint was filed against Tallahassee Chief of Police, Mike DeLeo, alleging discrimination against black police officers in 2015, he did not resign until 2019.

In December 2019, Tallahassee City Manager, Reese Goad, a white man, and a member of the Democratic Party, announced the new Tallahassee Police Chief as Antonio Gilliam. At the time, Tallahassee had the highest crime rate. Mr. Gilliam, a black man and a native of Tallahassee, was Assistant Police Chief in St. Petersburg, Florida. While Mr. Gilliam, looked forward to coming back to his hometown—his roots—to gain the respect of Tallahassee citizens, seemingly, Mr. Goad wanted to dictate to Mr. Gilliam versus allowing Mr. Gilliam to use his own expertise to combat crime. Mr. Gilliam turned down the position as Tallahassee Police Chief.

Whether a professional is a member of the Democratic Party or the Republican Party, any time someone wants to dictate to a professional how to get a job done that that person cannot do themselves, then the professional has to wonder why they’re being told how to do their job?

Had Mr. Gilliam taken the position, he would have quickly learned that the crime within local government is what fuels the crime in Tallahassee. For the most part, the only time white people in law enforcement communicate with black people is when they want to use them as witnesses to lie in criminal cases. Witnesses are then compensated with money or low wage jobs. On Second Judicial Circuit State Attorney Jack Campbell’s list of people that he protected, compensated and released is a black man who was also an inmate in the Leon County Jail. This inmate had 4 pending Leon County Court cases including 2 bank robberies. The man had been charged with home invasion robbery, 4 counts of kidnapping, aggravated battery causing bodily harm with a deadly weapon, burglary, forgery with dealing stolen property, 2 counts of grand theft, and many more charges. No strategy Mr. Gilliam learned over the decades in St. Petersburg could have stopped the high crime in Tallahassee’s local government.

In November 2012, the City of Tallahassee became the first city in the nation to pass an Anti-Corruption Act. The citizens in Tallahassee voted overwhelmingly to get money out of their political system.

In 2016, while Walter McNeil, a black man and a Democrat, was campaigning to win the primary election for Leon County Sheriff against his opponent, Mike Wood, a white man and a Democrat, it was reported that Mr. Wood’s campaign donations had reached six figures. The income for the vast majority of blacks in Leon County is less than $30,000 annually. Although Mr. McNeil went on to win the election, he cannot control what goes on with State Attorney Jack Campbell and all of his cronies.  

Mr. Gilliam is blessed to be able to continue on with his career in law enforcement in St. Petersburg, where he is well-loved and where the weather is much better.

Mr. Goad’s hiring of Lawrence Revell, a white man, who has been with the City of Tallahassee Police Department for more than 28 years is in his comfort zone as he approaches retirement eligibility. Surely, Chief Revell is aware of what type of people he is working for all around him—on all levels of government. Crime remains high in Tallahassee.

A black man named Henry Segura sat in the Leon County Jail for nearly a decade after former State Attorney Willie Meggs and Jack Campbell charged him with 4 counts of 1st degree murder. The case against Mr. Segura was not there.
Before Mr. Segura’s case, there was the double murder case against 17-year-old, DeShon Thomas. Mr. Thomas sat in the Leon County Jail for 4 years before going to trial. State Attorney Jack Campbell severely struggled to gain evidence to support charges in both Mr. Thomas and Mr. Segura’s case. State Attorney Jack Campbell stated the cause for the murders in both cases was to avoid paying child support. Both Mr. Thomas and Mr. Segura testified during their trials. Each of them had a vast amount of favorable evidence to support their innocence. Though Mr. Thomas and Mr. Segura were found guilty, each continue to maintain their innocence along with their family members and supporters.

After the tragic shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Kia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio by a police officer, Columbus’ Mayor Andrew Ginther spoke, “How did we get here? This is a failure on the part of our community. Some are guilty but all of us are responsible.”
Democrats or Republicans—some officials in local government in the City of Tallahassee and Leon County, and other agencies have failed their community, and are responsible for the communities failures. Crime remains high in Tallahassee.


And He that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new, And He said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful.

6)And He said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.

7)He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.

8)But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimestone: which is the second death.