Newspaper Report: Sylvia Poiter Is Being Charged With Five Misdemeanors

UPDATED: Sylvia Poitier, the controversial former Broward County commissioner who is now an elected official in Deerfield Beach, has been charged with five misdemeanors related to her family's involvement in a city-sponsored housing organization, according to the South Florida Times

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Poitier
​The newspaper didn't specify the charges but reported that they stem from a loan her brother, Lionel Ferguson, gave to the Westside Deerfield Businessmen Association, which is a designated affordable-housing provider in the city. 

Activist Chaz Stevens spent months digging into Poitier, prompting the investigation. Some are tossing racism allegations around against him, which is totally baseless. But his acidic and personal style -- in which he personally taunts officials -- has earned him numerous enemies. Stevens told the the SF Times that his dog was recently poisoned.

Poitier was recently reelected in a landslide in her district. 

More on the investigation as information surfaces. 

-- Over the weekend, the Sun-Sentinel published an op-ed from former Broward County Judge Robert Zack urging the county to use less pretrial release and more bail bondsmen when letting go those awaiting the outcome of criminal charges. 

In a piece that only a bail bondsman could truly love, Zack urges support for state Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff's bill that would curtail the pretrial release program in favor of the bail bonds industry.  

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Judge Zack
​But you have to wonder if Zack wasn't helping to pay off a debt of his own with the Sentinel's ink. 

Judge Zack, remember, was very friendly to bail bondsmen when he was in office -- and they to him. In fact, the relationship caused a bit of a scandal a decade ago when it was discovered that Zack had accepted a $75,000 loan from bail bondsman Wayne Spath and failed to report it -- as legally required -- on his public financial disclosure forms for seven years. 

Spath is the chief political force behind state and local efforts to curtail pretrial release in favor of the bail bonds industry. As head of the Broward County Bail Bondsmen Association, he hired none other than Broward County lobbyist Ron Book in 2008 to help him push through his agenda on the county level. 

It was an obvious conflict of interest, since Book is the county's lobbyist. And it was very much opposed by the Broward Sheriff's Office -- which administers pretrial release and says it has worked -- and the county's iconoclastic and at times heroic public defender, Howard Finkelstein. Book has allegedly since stopped lobbying for the bail bondsmen, but now the industry has Bogdanoff sponsoring its legislation and Zack in the newspaper cheerleading for it. 

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Finkelstein
​I wonder if Zack ever paid off that loan from Spath. If he didn't, then one would imagine this weekend's handiwork might help alleviate the debt. Zack, it must be noted, resigned from the bench in 2008, shortly after it was revealed that he also took loans from Chris Roberts, an attorney who routinely appeared before him. 

You can't blame Zack for helping out Spath, his old friend and bankroller, with an article in the daily newspaper. But you can sure as hell blame the Sun-Sentinel for printing it without a disclaimer.

Inside, see the original article on the Ron Book hiring. You'll see that Book flooded the county commissioners' campaign coffers with cash. Guess which commissioner spearheaded the issue for him? Hint: It's someone disgraced political operative Beverly Stracher told prosecutors could never be bought. 
New Times Broward-Palm Beach (Florida)

December 18, 2008 Thursday

Broward County bail bondsmen want to kill pretrial intervention, and the County Commission is willing to help

BYLINE: Bob Norman

LENGTH: 1615 words

Broward County has a history of packing its jails with destitute inmates -- so much so that it remains under a 1995 federal order to keep crowding to a minimum.

The solution to the problem has been a pretrial release program that releases low-risk, mostly indigent inmates and monitors them, sometimes with GPS technology. The program, according to almost everyone in the business of public safety in Broward, has been a great success.

It has helped keep the jail at manageable population levels, saving the county millions in incarceration costs.

At a recent meeting, however, Broward County Commissioner Ilene Lieberman made a startling suggestion: She said that it may be time to kill the program, willfully violate the federal order, and overcrowd the jail system with inmates again.

The commissioner said she wanted a "cost-benefit" analysis to see if it would be cheaper for the tenth-largest jail system in America to violate the order and pay federal fines of $1,000 a day or more than continue to fund the release program.

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Book

​"When I look at what we would pay if the jail were overcapacity versus what we're paying for the program, we're probably better off letting the jail be overcapacity, and we'll save more money that way," Lieberman said during the November 13 commission meeting.

The idea is outrageous. Not only does Lieberman endorse violating the law, but her idea would also add tens of millions of dollars in jail costs for housing the extra inmates and likely prompt the feds to force Broward County to build a new $70 million jail. On top of that, it would leave hundreds of inmates, most of them simply too poor to post a small bond, to rot in jail for no good reason.

Yet Lieberman isn't alone on the commission in at least wanting to cut some of the funding for the program, even as the Broward Sheriff's Office, State Attorney's Office, Public Defenders Office, and Clerk of the Court oppose the idea.

In fact, an ordinance has been proposed to limit the program that will be discussed at a public hearing next month.

The question: Who got to Lieberman and the rest of the commissioners?

The answer: A lobbyist. Of course.

And it's not just any lobbyist. It's their lobbyist, Ron Book, who makes about $50,000 a year in taxpayers' money to lobby for Broward County in Tallahassee.

Book has been hired by the Broward County Bail Bondsmen Association to hobble the pretrial release program, which right now is monitoring about 2,200 criminal defendants. The program, after all, puts a dent in the bail bonds business. Most of the inmates chosen for the program get out of jail on their own recognizance - which of course doesn't require posting a bond.

Book's ordinance would preclude non-indigent inmates from participating. Currently, they make up about 40 percent of the program. A second version has been hammered out that singles out only non-indigent inmates who have committed dangerous crimes or have a history of missing court dates. The change would force them to pay a bond to get out of jail and, ultimately, force more people facing trial to sit in jail.

And it would also allow bail bondsmen to get their hands into more pockets.

Of all the public officials who think the ordinance Book has cooked up is a bad idea - and there are plenty of them - none are more outspoken than Public Defender Howard Finkelstein.

"The people that work in the system, that run the system, whose mission is justice and equal justice, say, 'Don't do this,'" Finkelstein told the commission during the November 13 meeting. "Mr. Book says, 'Do it.' And we're going to do it? Don't sell out the justice system."

Of course, that's not how the industry describes the effort. Veteran Fort Lauderdale bondsman Wayne Spath, who is a member of the county's public safety advisory board, says it's all about "accountability."

"I make them go to court," he said of criminal defendants. "And we think the program should concentrate on indigent people. Don't give people who can afford it a get-out-of-jail-free card."

Spath is a businessman, and you can't begrudge him and his brethren for trying to write more jail bonds. And there are surely some advantages to having bondsmen keeping track of the defendants.

But the facts don't seem to back up his assertion that the pretrial release program isn't accountable.

The program, which was expanded last January with an infusion of $2.7 million in county money, has worked smoothly, says Kristina Gulick, who heads BSO's Department of Community Control. She says that only one to four percent of the 5,700 inmates who have gone through the program in the last year absconded, depending on how you count them.

"People don't understand that you either have this program or you have to build a new jail," she says. "For the bondsmen, it's in their playbook. Their national associations have print-out material on how to beat pretrial agencies. They do this all over the country. They tried to do it in Miami-Dade but were unsuccessful. Unfortunately, it's a competitor's game."

Gulick recounts statistics with ease. The program costs a total of about $6 million a year - after the county expanded it by $2.7 million last January. On average, there are 2,200 criminal defendants being monitored by the program on any given day. Jailing them would cost $115 a day -- or about $42,000 a year each. That's $92 million worth of jail time saved over the last year alone.

On top of that, the program accomplished its mission: keeping our jails uncrowded. The 5,622-bed system, which includes five jails, generally runs at 90 percent capacity. Last Wednesday, for instance, there were 5,207 people incarcerated, according to Gulick.

Limiting the program would lead to higher jail populations -- and those who did get out would have to go through Book's clients, the bail bondsmen.

And don't worry, the bondsmen aren't starving. The percentage of inmates that bond out of jail is still at about 28 percent, says Gulick, a slight rise over last year.

So why is this even an issue?

That answer is easy: Ron Book. If not for his considerable influence, the suggested ordinance probably would never have been a glint in a commissioner's eye.

Book not only works for the commission, but he also has poured literally hundreds of thousands of dollars into campaign accounts. A look at just the last election shows that his wife, his daughter, and his lobbying firm contributed a total of $10,000 to four sitting commissioners - Ilene Lieberman, John Rodstrom, Josephus Eggelletion, and Stacy Ritter.

Think about it. Book collects $50,000 from taxpayers and recycles a fifth of it back into commissioners' accounts. See how that works?

The bail bonds industry pumped in a few thousand to the four campaigns as well, just for good measure.

Book's history representing the bail bond industry hasn't been without controversy. In 1999, he played a role in tacking on a provision to a crime bill that made it illegal for defendants charged with violent crimes to participate in pretrial release programs. Gov. Jeb Bush vetoed the provision after it was discovered that such a move would cost jails across the state tens of millions of dollars, including an extra $4 million to $7 million for Broward County alone.

Book publicly apologized to the Broward County Commission that year for pushing a measure detrimental to the county while he was being paid by taxpayers to lobby for its interests in Tallahassee. "Let me formally apologize," he said to the commission. "I did not know it would cost anybody money."

For his part, Book says Gulick's statistics are "lies." He says the low rate of absconding by those in the pretrial program is basically an accounting trick. Book also complains that the program has been taking in violent criminals that shouldn't get the privilege.

"Don't buy their bullshit," says Book, who is very good at what he does. "They are trying to dupe you. Don't let them. Everybody knows that pretrial release services have been taking people it shouldn't, child molesters, drug users, batteries on law enforcement officers, burglaries of occupied dwellings, not once, not twice -- thousands of cases."

That's true -- but the funny thing is that Book doesn't oppose allowing those defendants to bond out through his clients.

The truth, according to numerous officials and lawyers, is that no horror stories have emerged about rampages by defendants who are monitored under pretrial release in Broward or several other counties where pretrial release programs are utilized.

The system might not be broke, but that hasn't stopped several commissioners from following Brook's lead and trying to fix it. Commissioner Lieberman, a longtime Book friend who is closer to him than any other commissioner, has been the strongest advocate, as her contemptible pronouncement about violating the federal order indicates.

But she isn't alone. Several commissioners, all of whom have been lobbied heavily on the issue by Book, appear to favor the measure, including Mayor Stacy Ritter and Rodstrom, who said he has met with Book and bail bondsmen on the issue and believes the cost of the program must be reduced.

Commissioner Kristin Jacobs was the only commissioner to speak out against the Book ordinance at the November 13 meeting.

It's due for a public hearing next month, where Finkelstein hopefully won't be alone this time in railing against it.

"This is about bondsmen having a secure income stream and they are trying to achieve it because their lobbyist isn't just at his job, but he works for the county commission," says the public defender. "To me this is pay to play. I admire and respect Ron Book's abilities, but that doesn't mean the county commission should submit and succumb to him."



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Hammerhead
Hammerhead

Is it just me or does Poitier look like she could be Phyllis Hope's mother? What is Hope's maiden name?

NFLmoney
NFLmoney

Figured out what FDLE was looking at in the BSO investigation. Remember they got paid directly from the NFL and skirted paying the department admin fee.They made over $10,000.00 each some of them. Read the article;

Two more Golden Beach cops arrested .Authorities say Omar Paez and Yovany Diaz failed to report hundreds of hours of off-duty security work to avoid paying hundreds in administrative fees.Related Content•On Facebook | Follow the crime and courts news feed Upload and share your own.You can share related videos and photos.

Submit: Video Pictures StoriesBy DAVID OVALLEdovalle@miamiherald.com Three police officers in the exclusive oceanside town of Golden Beach are facing charges that they scammed taxpayers while working off duty.

Omar Paez, 41, and Yovany Diaz, 33, surrendered Tuesday to Miami-Dade County Jail to face charges of grand theft and organized scheme to defraud. Diaz also is facing two counts of official misconduct.

Their arrest comes three months after Golden Beach Sgt. Lyndean Peters was arrested on similar charges. He has pleaded not guilty and is awaiting trial for grand theft, organized scheme to defraud and insurance fraud.

The arrests have stunned a department that has only 19 full-time sworn officers.

“I want to be clear that the behavior that’s being alleged against these officers will not be tolerated in our town,” Golden Beach Mayor Glenn Singer said in a statement.

“Although our town is small, we have always taken great pride in providing our residents with exceptional public safety,” Singer said. “That’s what makes this situation so disappointing, not just for the commission and me, but for all of the honest hard working men and women who suit up each day to protect our residents.’’

The tiny town is located on a 1.3-mile stretch along A1A just south of the Broward-Dade line.

The arrests are part of an ongoing probe by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Miami-Dade Police’s public corruption unit and the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office.

In March 2009, Golden Beach honored Paez as the officer of the month.

In July 2009, Diaz, a marine patrol officer, was officer of the month.

FDLE investigators say the officers knowingly skirted rules governing off-duty security jobs. That includes paying the town a $5 fee per off-duty hour worked, to defray the costs of maintaining their police cars, gasoline, uniforms and insurance.

According to an arrest warrant, Paez, an afternoon shift sergeant, failed to report 246.5 hours worked protecting a state road work project at Northwest 25th Street and 72nd Avenue. He also worked at least four hours off duty while he was supposed to be patrolling the town, the warrant said.

In all, he stole about $1,500 by not paying the “administrative fee,” the warrant said.

Investigators say Diaz stole $1,720 by not reporting 344 hours of off-duty work, and another $312 for double dipping.

Paez and Diaz have been relieved of duty without pay pending the outcome of their cases.

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Parkland man
Parkland man

I was at runway 84 Monday for a dan marino event to raise money for kids and some fn lawyer was sitting next to me I mf him to death until he left,think about it I was killing this guy telling him what sb lawyers are and he couldn't do anything about it,as had no balls and would have got his ass kicked really bad, again f lawyers, lowlife pics of shits

Parkland man
Parkland man

Hey Sao come try and get the parkland man I will clean your balls of money,I been hoping if I mf lawyers enough you would be coming,come on I been waiting for you sb.

Parkland man
Parkland man

Hey it just broke the x mayor of sunrise now a judge is all done and he's a fn lawyer and I hope they burn him to a cross, lawyers are the fn scum of the earth fn lowlife Cs but I will say picking on a 75 year old women like Poltier is bullshit, and soa is a fn lawyer a no good pos,broward county sucks go get Ritter for real crimes,picking on a 75 year old women, no fn way your gonna get her,what a waste of time and our tax money again fuck lawyers.lowlife scum.

Johnny Keiser
Johnny Keiser

This guy named DF3, seems to have how open mouth below Lamberti's beltline and seems to not realize it!

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

I just read the arrest affidavit for Portier. I am predicting an acquittal on all counts.

The basis for four of the charges are that Portier filed the proper forms but only listed either the fact that she her daughter was on the board of the WDBA and that her ex-cousin-in-law was on the WDBA and had the same last name. The affidavit alleges she purposely left out the fact her brother loaned the WDBA money.

Portier listed in each that she didn't want to create the appearance of conflict. These charges will be tough to prove.

The 5th charge is that she purposely caused the records of a commission meeting to be falsified because she lied to the Mayor when she was asked to resign. I dont see anyway in the world that charge will stand. But lets say it does, can we then prosecute every other bullshit politician that has lied to us from the dais?

Tony
Tony

"Activist Chaz Stevens spent months digging into Poitier, prompting the investigation. Some are tossing racism allegations around against him, which is totally baseless."

Usually the first one to throw the racist charge is the one guilty of such behavior.Being a politician in S FL is almost like being in the mob in that you don't have street creed unless you have been arrested for corruption/theft.

IrvingFeiner
IrvingFeiner

If you put a thousand monkeys in front of a thousand typewriters, for a thousand years they could write War and Peace.

The poor dog is now in a better place most likely..

Anthony Casso
Anthony Casso

As long as we are mentioning lying, cheating scumbucket politicians in elected office stealing from the taxpayers, we should certainly keep a few local law enforcement luminaries front and center:Sheriff Al Lamberti, mendacious recipient of free Super Bowl access for himself and his teenage son under false pretenses and in violation of law, Undersheriff Tom Wheeler, recipient of several passenger jet rides within the US and across the Atlantic to play vacation games, all at the unreported generosity of legendary thief, Scott Rothstein. The Sheriff and Tom don't see anything improper about that. The Sheriff taking campaign contributions from various entities with, shall we say, 'questionable" backgrounds: A former drug dealing rich farmer, local car dealers getting no bid contracts, other contract and purchasing scams directly orchestrated by the Sheriff, failure to notify the FDLE about sustained "Untruthfulness" IAD findings against a close member of his staff, cover ups of drug violations committed by his closest working friends and one relative, ad nauseum. Perhaps the TV girls could sting Al and Tom with an offer of something free. Call me - I have lots of ideas for scripts that would blow the socks off Broward County voters!! .

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

Hat tip to Chaz. Not all that he claimed but there was fire and thiw wouldn't have happened without him.

Damn those words tasted bad coming out but what's right is right.

twas
twas

Hey Pulp! Whats going on with your girl Sheila Alu? Sounds like she's going over to the darkside.

Jax77777
Jax77777

OMG!!!! I am surrounded by a bunch of idiots!!! Pre Trial Release programs are nothing but a criminal welfare sytem!! Why should I follow the law? Criminals know the system better than anyone! Are you believing this bullshit!! CRIMINALS are getting a free ride at tax payer expense. Don't kid yourself people, don't believe the hype! Ask these frickn waste of county dollar funded prgrams one very important question...just one...the only one that matters....when a defendant that has been released into their tax payer funded waste of money program fails to appear in court....are they accountable????? Who is then responsible for locating, arresting and bringing back into custody this undesirable??? Is it them, Pre Trial release?? NO! They are not accountable! they have no power of arrest!!! They just say "Oops" and pass the warrant over to the already over loaded arrest warrants division!! Don't you see....it's criminal welfare!!! they figured out how to frickn milk the system!! here is the problem...they see how not everyone out there if a frickn idiot...they see people reading right thru their BS...people are sick and tired of funding "get out of jail freer cards"!!! It is time to wake up andsmell the coffee people! They call bondsman greedy??? Well, do the employees of Ppre trial release programs work for free?? No, they don't, we pay for it! Oh yeah, Mr. Finklestein, he is paid by us too! It is his job to get more criminals out on our street for free while we work hard to pay his salary to get the job done! And you talk shit about Ron Book??? You my dear sir are a bigger whore than he is!

Christy
Christy

Happy Birthday to You, Happy Birthday to You. Happy Birthday Dear Bob, Happy Birthday to you!

Local_Lawyer
Local_Lawyer

Happy Birthday, Pulp. Also, congrats to Chaz.

Guest
Guest

This just in from the Sun-Sentinel...Tony Villegas has now been found competent to stand trial in the Melissa Britt murder case.

Dr_augusta
Dr_augusta

Anyone know what happened with Scarlett from the Ask Me Inn? Everytime I see a comment from Glitters, I think of her...

Mommy
Mommy

Now Now Children. Now is not the time to fight. Its the time to rejoice. Another crook in jail. Chaz I'll pray for your dog, but wash you mouth out with soap for the name calling. Remember Mommy loves her children.

Guest
Guest

Don't believe everything you read in the paper...

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

You have no idea what you are talking about.

BSO policy is set by the Sheriff. The Sheriff allowed them to work the detail (violate policy) and negotiate their own pay. Not the same thing at all. The only thing that could be an issue would be "double dipping" or calling in sick to work the details.

If that occurred then let the chips fall where they may. Other than that what you spouted is a non-issue.

If you know anything about LE in South Florida you know that Golden Beach has had problems for years. They have had 10 chiefs in about as many years. The most senior person hasn't been there long and all have been fired from other places. In recent times they had a Lt actually working on duty while awaiting trial for kidnapping (he was eventually convicted), a K9 guy was arrested for insurance fraud on duty (over his dog), The arrests you've mentioned. They had a guy fired after fucking an underage neighbor and snorting coke with her. A chief called and threatened to kill a cop at his house... the cop was later fired over viewing porn at work.

Needless to say the place has problems.

Virgil Starkwell
Virgil Starkwell

I knew you were a greaseball from New Yawk. Did I have you pegged or what?

Rick is a Dick
Rick is a Dick

You are seeing an entire team pf psychiatrists, aren't you? You are a sick fuck!

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

Hey Johnny. I was this first in here to call out Benji for the SR escort. Called out Wheeler and Lamberti along the way. Read my posts on the Superbowl fiasco. Idon't kiss anybody's ass and I'm not blowing Lamberti either.

You are just one of the Isreal camp in here campaigning. I know that Russ, Jon, Ron and Scott all post in here. Ron and Scott have actually told me they do.

I like Scott, but you guys in here "astroturfing" is getting old.

What in the hell does this post have to do with Lamberti? Nothing... You guys just want to bash Lamberti wherever you are... constantly politicing. I get it, Russ and Ron this the only way you guys will get back in at BSO but give it a rest already will you.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hey DF3, got a link to that affidavit? Post it here...

Jones j. Jones
Jones j. Jones

If you actually knew 1/100 of what actually spout off, you'd be a genius.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Prosecuting every politician that has lied to us from the dais - an excellent idea!!!

David Oberon Cody
David Oberon Cody

I haven't seen or heard anyone throwing a charge of racism at Mr. Stevens. What I have seen is Mr. Stevens try to attach me to the only black assistant in the City Managers office. That poor woman, I hope she doesn't lose her job. I actually have an entire post related to Chaz's and others reverse-racism assertion and/or the playing of the race card issue.

I think a reality check is in order.

Justice Fighters
Justice Fighters

Mr. Imperioli,Your findings that you elude are very interesting and I believe have great relevance. Broward County is in need of leaders like you to bring these distasteful and degenerate politicians (criminals) out of power and put where they belong, behind prison bars. Keep up the good work my friend, close your eyes and picture this: Sheriff Al Lamberti being booked into his Broward County Jail. Now that thought in itself is intrinsically motivating to keep digging.

Anonymous
Anonymous

If there was fire in Deerfield beach, there's a firestorm ("A firestorm is a conflagration which attains such intensity that it creates and sustains its own wind system") in Tallahassee. Might Chaz consider moving there? It's a target-rich environment...

Really?
Really?

Really? And where is the accountability with the bond agents? How many bonds do you guys actually pay on when the defendant FTA's...very few because you corrupt the judges...Zack's a perfect example...so they don't make you pay up. It is a scam and something the Pulp should look into. Just the other day a $1-million bond was brought to the attention of the judge by the state where the defendant absconded and the judge didn't make the bail bond agent pay.

AND the LAW states that people HAVE A RIGHT TO GET OUT OF JAIL on NON-Monetary conditions first...you call it get out of jail free...nice spin...but remember that little sticky notion that people are innocent until proven guilty...why should someone have to pay a bond agent for their freedom when 25% of all cases are found not guilty and dropped?

You are greedy...you corrupt the system. That is why the American Bar Assoc and the National District Attorney's Assoc have called for the abolishment of a bail bond system for decades...but you keep funnelling money to buy legislators and commissioners to push your agenda.

Your statistics are pure wrong...you don't have a clue how pretrial program operate. You say dangerous people are getting out free...well guess what, pretrial programs actually watch these people and drug test and enforce no contact with victims and put electronic monitors on them...what does a bond agent do...oh yeah....NOTHING....even when the defendant doesn't show up, most of you don't even know...and the judges don't hold you accountable.

You are bottom feeders who corrupt the system. You should settle for your 30% marketshare of all releases from jail and be happy that pretrial agencies exist to help you get some of that. You are too ignorant to understand that without these agencies you would have many less clients!!!

Model Citizen
Model Citizen

I'm a teepee, I'm a wigwam! I'm a teepee, I'm a wigwam!

Relax, Jax, you're two tents.

Gatorfl
Gatorfl

Holy shit it was my birthday yesterday too.

Wood Shed
Wood Shed

Isn't that Demi Moore in that pic? Or Stacy Ritter at the next political fund raiser? After all, she only got dollars, a golf cart, and who knows what else, maybe that cruise, and that steak, glass of wine and that fat old man of hers, and she dressed like a prostitute, at a fund raiser, which she is for political friends, maybe this time she will bare real skin so we can she nothing more than a tramp in snake skin.

Dr_augusta
Dr_augusta

what do u think Bob would like for his birthday????

Chaz Stevens, Activist
Chaz Stevens, Activist

Hey twat.

Why don't you call over to the Coral Springs Animal Hospital. ICU unit. Dr. Morales. Get an update on Scooter.

Fuck off.

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

Read the new post. Apparently I did know what I was actually "spouting off" about.

FYI this forum already has its "genius" not looking for the job. Just trying to bring in a common sense perspective.

IrvingFeiner
IrvingFeiner

Racism charge thrown at Timmy? I dont think so.

All those pet munchausen by proxy charges thrown at Timmy? Who knows? Anything could be true.

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

If fire fighters fight fires, crime fighters fight crime, what do justice fighters fight? Justice? Stop campaigning on the blog please!

Less Government
Less Government

What you fail to see (or acknowledge) is that pretrial programs are paid for by you and me (taxpayers) - and they provide no accountability to the community for defendants who fail to appear. A bail bond premium is paid by the person who is taking up the time and effort of the court. It also provides accountability to the community as the bondsmen return the defendant to court or pay the full amount of the bond. The pretrial program should be availalble to the indigent. It is being abused by those who would prefer to be out at our expense vs. their own.

Christy
Christy

Sex, all men like that. Thats Mrs. Pulps gift? : )

Guest
Guest

I repeat That comment was never intended for Chaz. It was meant for the original article Pulp wrote.

IrvingFeiner
IrvingFeiner

David, I think that you owe someone an apology.

Whatever he has done, Chris Brown does not deserve to have his good name associated with that psycho multi-personality (all of them f''ed up) loser

Love your blog. Thanks for the link. Now, that pic of Chaz Stevens, Psycho (circa 2004) you posted on your blog -- is that a mugshot? Abusing 10 year old children. Chaz? Who would have thought?

Goldilocks
Goldilocks

That is a disgusting thing to say.

Guest
Guest

But his acidic and personal style -- in which he personally taunts officials -- has earned him numerous enemies. I was going to say I'm very sorry about your dog. You jumped to conclusions. I posted that before Bob changed to his update and it was not directed to you in any way. Your post is disguting and undeserved. Alll the good you ay have done is all washed away because you're still a sell centered major Ass!

David Oberon Cody
David Oberon Cody

Yes it is a mugshot, would you guys like the case records for Timothy Chaz Stevens Arrest and Case for an injunction of protection against Domestic Violence???

I am sorry Chris Brown!

Goldilocks
Goldilocks

Uncalled for, unwarranted and disgusting.

Guest
Guest

Pardon my typos. I was upset by the digusting post needlessly aimed at me. The fact that you went after a crook is a good thing, but you are still a self centered nasty individual. I hope your dog will be alright. I'm sure he has a much better personality and disposition than you.

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