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Stop the Steal: ‘Hacker’ Homecoming Queen Charged as Adult in Vote-Changing Scandal

Authorities appear to have uncovered a vast, nefarious conspiracy to electronically rig an American election in favor of an illegitimate victor. Neither Deep State supercomputers nor Russian intelligence agencies are alleged to have been involved in this one, however. Read more...
Tags: Science, Education, Time, Articles, Homecoming, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Grover, Law Crime, Laura Rose Carroll, Emily Rose Grover, Focus School Software Llc


Runcie Getting Chance at Constitutional Justice He Would Deny to Gun Owners

There’s good money in downgrading crimes committed by minority students to administrative offenses, and then demanding the law-abiding be defenseless. (Robert Runcie/Twitter) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “The superintendent of the Florida school district where 17 students and staff died in a 2018 high school massacre was arrested Wednesday after investigators said he lied to a grand jury investigating events surrounding the shooting,” ABC News reported Wednesday. “Broward County Schools Superint...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, Guns, France, United States, Trayvon Martin, Resistance, Kansas City, Naacp, Abc News, Pollack, Forbes, Broward County, Broward, Purdue, Meadow


Assistant Principal accused of electing her own daughter homecoming queen

This kind of behavior never seems to work out. Yakima Herald: An assistant principal at an elementary school is accused of accessing the school district's internal system to cast fraudulent votes for her daughter who was elected homecoming queen at her high school, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Florida, News, Parents, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Yakima Herald, Cheating For Your Kids


Ousted Florida data scientist Rebekah Jones drops lawsuit over police raid on her home, at least for now

Rebekah Jones moved to dismiss her lawsuit against the Florida Department of Law Enforcement over the police raid on her home.         [Author: Florida Today]
Tags: Florida, News, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Florida Today, Rebekah Jones


Florida's Whistleblower Covid-19 Data Manager Arrested Today (slashdot)

The state of Florida's former Covid-19 data manager was apparently arrested today. After her firing in May of 2020, Rebekah Jones had become a critic of the state's publicly-available information, even setting up her own online dashboard of Covid-19 case data. The state suspected her of being the person who'd illegally accessed the state's emergency alert health system in December to urge Health Department employees to speak up about the coronavirus, and state police obtained a warrant for a r...
Tags: Florida, News, Jones, Health Department, Tallahassee, Tampa Bay Times, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, EditorDavid, Gretl Plessinger, Rebekah Jones


The Florida data scientist who accused the state of firing her for refusing to alter COVID-19 data was arrested after she said she'd turn herself in

Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida at a news conference in December at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida. AP Photo/Chris O'Meara Rebekah Jones, the Florida data scientist fired last year by the state's health department, has been arrested in Florida after she turned herself in. Jones, who worked on the state's COVID-19 dashboard, was fired over what she alleges was a refusal to alter data related to the COVID-19 pandemic in the state. State officials say she was fired for insubordinat...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Science, Trends, Washington Dc, Jones, Tallahassee, Tampa Florida, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, FDLE, Ron DeSantis, Tampa General Hospital, Connor Perrett, Coronavirus, COVID, Rebekah Jones


Florida's Whistleblower Covid-19 Data Manager Arrested Today

The state of Florida's former Covid-19 data manager was apparently arrested today. After her firing in May of 2020, Rebekah Jones had become a critic of the state's publicly-available information, even setting up her own online dashboard of Covid-19 case data. The state suspected her of being the person who'd illegally accessed the state's emergency alert health system in December to urge Health Department employees to speak up about the coronavirus, and state police obtained a warrant for a r...
Tags: Florida, Tech, Jones, Health Department, Tallahassee, Tampa Bay Times, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Gretl Plessinger, Rebekah Jones


The Florida data scientist who claims she was fired by the health department for refusing to alter COVID-19 data said she'll turn herself into police after a warrant was issued for her arrest

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during a news conference in December 2020 at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida. AP Photo/Chris O'Meara Rebekah Jones, the Florida data scientist, last year fired by the Department of Health, said Saturday she would turn herself in to authorities Sunday after they last week issued a warrant for her arrest.  Jones, who worked on the state's COVID-19 dashboard, was fired in May after she said she refused to alter data related to the COVID-19 pandemi...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Science, Trends, Washington Dc, Biden, Jones, Department Of Health, Tallahassee, Tampa Florida, Florida Department of Health, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, FDLE, Florida Today, Ron DeSantis, Tampa General Hospital


Fired COVID-19 Data Manager Rebekah Jones Sues FDLE Over Raid On Her Home

Former Department of Health data manager Rebekah Jones has filed a lawsuit (PDF) against the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, saying the Dec. 7 morning raid on her house was a "sham" to retaliate against her for not altering COVID-19 data. Tallahassee.com reports: Jones was fired in May for failing to change COVID-19 data, and soon launched her own online data dashboard. Gov. Ron DeSantis said her firing was because she disobeyed superiors; she said it was because she wouldn't alter data t...
Tags: Florida, America, Tech, Jones, Tallahassee, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, FDLE, Ron DeSantis, Rick Johnson, Swearingen, Rick Swearingen, Rebekah Jones, Former Department of Health, Leon County Circuit Civil Court Jones


Bodycam video of Rebekah Jones home raid released

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has released body-worn camera footage taken from outside the home of Rebekah Jones as a...
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Did COVID Data Whistleblower Hack Florida's Emergency Alert System? Police Raid Home

FriendlySolipsist writes: Independent journalist Rebekah Jones, a scientist fired by the Florida state government because, she said, of her refusal to manipulate official COVID-19 data releases to coincide with political considerations and who now operates website floridacovidaction.com, had her home raided by the FL state police who seized computers and cellphones, the Miami Herald reported. The FDLE affidavit in support of the raid was published by the Miami Herald and asserts that an unauthor...
Tags: Florida, Tech, Comcast, Jones, Department Of Health, Miami Herald, Fl, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, FDLE, state Department of Health, Rebekah Jones, Division of Disease Control and Health Protection, Twitter of Jones


A Nameless Hiker and the Case the Internet Can't Crack

The man on the trail went by "Mostly Harmless." He was friendly and said he worked in tech. After he died in his tent, no one could figure out who he was. Wired: It's usually easy to to put a name to a corpse. There's an ID or a credit card. There's been a missing persons report in the area. There's a DNA match. But the investigators in Collier County couldn't find a thing. Mostly Harmless' fingerprints didn't show up in any law enforcement database. He hadn't served in the military, and his fin...
Tags: Tech, Fbi, Alaska, Department Of Justice, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Collier County, Chris McCandless, Wild McCandless


Gov. Ron DeSantis had trouble voting because someone had falsely submitted a change of address under his name

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks during a news conference at the Miami Beach Convention Center on the Army Corps' building of a coronavirus field hospital inside the facility, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Miami Beach, Florida, on April 8, 2020. Al Diaz/Pool via REUTERS Florida Governor Ron DeSantis learned his primary address had been changed without his consent when he went to vote on Monday.  Investigators found his address had been changed through a web b...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Crime, Voting, News, Washington Post, Wikipedia, Nbc News, US, Trends, Ap, Naples, US supreme court, Guevara, Carr, Election 2020


Florida attorney general asks for investigation of Bloomberg's efforts to reinstate felon voting rights

Florida's attorney general has requested that the FBI and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigate Michael Bloomberg's efforts to reinstate the voting rights of felons by paying their fees, according to a letter to the agencies provided to CNN by the attorney general's office.
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Florida seeks investigation on Bloomberg donation on voting

Florida's attorney general asked state and federal law enforcement on Wednesday to investigate possible election law violations after billionaire and former Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg helped raise more than $16 million for Florida felons to pay their debts so they can vote in the presidential election. Attorney General Ashley Moody sent letters to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI saying that further investigation is warranted. Gov. Ron DeSantis had as...
Tags: Florida, News, Bloomberg, Fbi, Moody, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Mike Bloomberg, Ron DeSantis, Ashley Moody, Florida Rights Restoration Coalition


An Amber Alert has been issued for a 10-year-old Miami girl missing since Saturday

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued an Amber Alert at 1:49 p.m. Tuesday for Randi Canion, a Miami 10-year-old missing since Saturday night.
Tags: News, Miami, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Randi Canion


Amber Alert resolved for 16-year-old Florida teenager, authorities say

UPDATE: The Amber Alert for the unidentified 16-year-old girl has been resolved Friday night, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.
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Florida police officer suspended for pushing kneeling woman

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Fort Lauderdale police suspended an officer after video showed he pushed a kneeling black woman to the ground during protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota, escalating a clash where bottles were thrown and tear gas was fired.The officer’s colleagues quickly pushed him away from the woman and down the street Sunday. Police and city officials said it happened as a peaceful demonstration attended by about 1,000 people was dispersing, and smaller groups...
Tags: Florida, News, Minnesota, Miami, Associated Press, Tampa, Orlando, Tamara Lush, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Dade County, Orlando Florida, Tampa Florida, Fort Lauderdale Fla, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, MIKE SCHNEIDER, Carlos Gimenez


Federal Judge Refuses to Dismiss NRA Challenge to Florida Gun Law

The NRA-ILA reports that a Federal Judge has refused to dismiss an NRA challenge to FL's age restriction on buying firearms. IMG iStock-1006474816 U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- After two years of stalling by the Florida Solicitor General’s Office, it looks like we will finally get our day in court.  Having run out of preliminary, technical motions, the State will finally have to justify its continuing violation of the constitutional rights of law-abiding adults age 18-20. Hopefully, the courts will ...
Tags: Florida, Guns, Cruz, Nra, State, Legislature, National Rifle Association, IMG, Walker, Moody, Rick Scott, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Mark Walker, NRA-ILA, Shooting Industry News, Institute for Legislative Action ILA


Florida Semi-Auto Ban Fails in 2020 with 19% of Needed Signatures

“Assault weapon” under proposed Florida ballot initiative. Courtesy Dean Weingarten U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The Florida referendum to ban common rifles and shotguns as “assault weapons” has failed to gather enough signatures to appear on the 2020 ballot. From tampabay.com: To make it on the November ballot, organizers had to gather 766,200 verified signatures by today. The organizers fell well short with just 147,304, according to the Secretary of State. 147,304 signatures is a bit more than...
Tags: Florida, Guns, Supreme Court, Court, Department Of Defense, United States, Arizona, State, Florida Supreme Court, United States Supreme Court, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Heller, Gun Rights News, Dean Weingarten, Gun Watch, University of Wisconsin Pistol Team


House Committee Asks For Documents as Part of Probe into Epstein Secret Plea Deal

(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) — House Democrats asked for documents from federal prosecutors and Florida law enforcement officials on Friday as part of a probe into how financier Jeffrey Epstein received a secret plea deal more than a decade ago after he was accused of molesting underage girls. The House Committee on Oversight and Reform sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, asking for all emails about the plea deal and how victims should have been notified. Earlier this year, a fe...
Tags: Florida, News, Labor, New York City, Uncategorized, House, Miami, Donald Trump, Palm Beach County, Palm Beach, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein, Acosta, House Committee on Oversight and Reform, Onetime


Almost 200 rounds were fired in the UPS hijacking shootout between police and suspects

Two robbery suspects and 21 law enforcement officers exchanged nearly 200 bullets in this month's deadly shootout at a busy Florida intersection, an official with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.
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Almost 200 rounds were fired in the UPS hijacking shootout between police and suspects, a Florida official says

Two robbery suspects and 21 law enforcement officers fired nearly 200 bullets in this month's deadly shootout in a busy Florida intersection, an official with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said Wednesday.
Tags: Florida, Cnn, Florida Department of Law Enforcement


Investigators want to know who offered baby for sale online

MIAMI (AP) — Law enforcement officers want to know who placed an ad on Craigslist purporting to sell a newborn baby for $500. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating to determine if the ad placed last week was a hoax. The ad said the baby is 2 weeks old, sleeps and doesn’t make […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Miami, Florida Department of Law Enforcement


A foster mom was arrested in an adoption scheme and authorities say she used her adopted son as bait

A foster mom was arrested in an alleged adoption scheme after using her foster son as bait, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.
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Foster mom was arrested in adoption scheme. Authorities say she used her adopted son as bait

A foster mom was arrested in an alleged adoption scheme after using her foster son as bait, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said.
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Acting mayor accused of conspiring with ex-mayor, arrested

PORT RICHEY, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Department of Law Enforcement says a former Florida mayor conspired with the city’s acting mayor to intimidate a police officer who was involved in arresting him on attempted murder charges last month. The agency found that ex-Port Richey mayor Dale Massad discussed the police officer with acting Mayor […]
Tags: Florida, News, Ap, Nation, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, PORT RICHEY Fla, Port Richey, Dale Massad


Fast Times in Port Richey

If I understand this story correctly, Port Richey, Florida just had its second mayor arrested in the last three weeks. The first wasn’t your standard mayoral arrest. Mayor Dale Massad was arrested when he opened fire on a SWAT team that had come to arrest him on charges of practicing medicine out of his home without a license. Sheriff Chris Nocco said Massad was a violent drug user who kept a stash of weapons in his home, had had previous run-ins with the law and lost his medical license 25 year...
Tags: News, Josh Marshall, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Fast Times, Rowe, Ron DeSantis, Massad, Chris Nocco, Port Richey Florida, Port Richey, Editor’s Blog, Dale Massad, Terance Rowe, Mark Brutnell


Is it safe in Fort Lauderdale?

According to statistics compiled by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the crime rate in Fort Lauderdale dropped 14.8% during the first months of 2018 when compared with the same time period of a year ago. However, this is still not an encouraging statistic, considering the following: The crime rate in Fort Lauderdale is, on average, 110% higher than in the rest of the state. Violent crime in the area is 45% higher than the average rate of crime in Florida. Crime that involves property ...
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Shots fired as authorities arrest Florida mayor

PORT RICHEY, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say shots were fired when they arrested a Florida mayor on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. The Tampa Bay Times, citing news releases, reports that no one was injured during the Thursday morning arrest of Port Richey Mayor Dale Massad. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement […]
Tags: Florida, News, Ap, Nation, Tampa Bay Times, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, PORT RICHEY Fla, Dale Massad