Thursday, May 01, 2014

"The Fortune Cookie," The "Little Boy Who Cried Wolf" and Sheriff DAVID B. SHOAR's Barratry Practice

Sounds like barratry to me!
Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR has now stirred up:
o two (2) bogus state court lawsuits against the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and its invesigator, Rusty Ray Rodgers, one removed to federal court;
o one bogus federal complaint against them with USDOJ;
o one bogus state complaint against them;
o one bogus appeal of summary judgment in the Fourth Amendment violation by his deputies of atorney-client privilege; and
o a bogus Florida Bar complaint against the prevailing plaintiff, attorney Gennusa (who just won a Court of Appeals decision and trial court decision against SHOAR's deputies for illegal wiretapping and Fourth Amendment violations).
Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR reminds me of the Walter Matthau shyster lawyer character in "The Fortune Cookie" -- a classic comedic shyster lawyer who pursues a bogus lawsuit, in cahoots with his brother-in-law, seeking money he is not entitled to, for non-existent injuries against a deep pocket (CBS, a stadium and a football team).
Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR also reminds me of "The Little Boy Who Cried Wolf."
SHOAR accused attorney Anna Marie Gennusa of filing the "most frivolous" lawsuit ever. He caused a Bar complaint to be filed against her.
His pal, ex-Judge ROBERT MATHIS, used the same words, as an anonymous hate poster on the St. Augustine Record websie.
Four federal judges proved them wrong -- the District Court Judge and a three-judge panel of the Eleventh Circuit.
Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR fires ethical employees.
SHOAR accused three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Walt Bogdanich of being unfair.
What a whiner.
SHOAR refused to be interviewed by the New York Times and PBS Frontline.
Sheriff SHOAR is as lugubrious a goober as ever made a chair squeak, or held elective office in St. Johns County. A rebarbative reprobrate. SHOAR is a bad manager who knows not that he knows not that he knows not -- a man with a massive ego and a guilty conscience.
Sheriff SHOAR handed out $500,000 in hush money ($1000 bonuses) to deputies in October 2010, only one month after the shooting of Michelle O'Connell in the home of his deputy, with the deputy's gun, without ever recusing himself from investigating his own employee's possible homicide.
Sounds like chutzpa from a wannabee Nixon. SHOAR's birth name was "DAVID BERNARD HOAR." Of course, HOAR is a venerable, distinguished old Massachusetts name, one shared by a late U.S. Senator. Yet DAVID BERNARD HOAR changed his surname to "SHOAR" to enter politics.
It's time for him to exit, stage right.
Don't let the door hit you in the behind.
We're not laughing. This is no comedy. Sheriff SHOAR is a "disgrace to the human race," to borrow President Jimmy Carter's words.
USDOJ must investigate civil rights violations.
Now.

1 comment:

Patty Oconnell said...

My concern will always be Sheriff Shoar influenced the medical examiner by letting Detective Hines tell him it was a suicide, Medical Examiners do their own work, they examine marks left on deceased body, Michelle had marks if we have a grand jury the truth will be shown. SJSO how disrespectful my daughter laid dead from her killers decision to take her life, you Detective Hines have some laughs over Jeremy Banks answer to your uncaring question, "did you have any beers tonight?", he said laughingly 4 big ones. Shame on the Sheriff for not caring