Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Time for Maladroit St. Johns County Homicide Prosecutor ROBERT KEITH MATHIS and His "Gang of Four" To Retire -- It's Time for Them to Go!
ROBERT KEITH MATHIS, Ex-Judge
Claims FBI "Has No Jurisdiction" Over Michelle O'Connell Case,
Attacked Attorney Victim Suing Sheriff Over 4th Amendment Violations
Son of Segregationist Judge CHARLES C. MATHIS, JR.
As tomorrow's St. Augustine Record (Thursday, May 28) reports, our blustery chief county homicide prosecutor, Ex-Judge ROBERT KEITH MATHIS, was unable to obtain a first degree murder conviction today in this case of a woman who killed her estranged girlfriend's mother with an automobile.
The headline in the print edition ("Guilty as charged") is inaccurate: the charge was first degree murder. The conviction was for second-degree murder.
Also, the cutline in the print edition below an attorney misidentified as ROBERT MATHIS is erroneous: the attorney is a much younger man, assistant prosecutor Robert Mydock.
The story and photo were by a new reporter/photographer team.
This same ex-Judge ROBERT KEITH MATHIS issued unusually unctuous ukases (anonymously posted on the Record's website) about the Fourth Amendment (when Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR was later found to have illegally spied on defense lawyers and their clients).
This same same ex-Judge ROBERT KEITH MATHIS wrote a blistering blathering broadside on Easter Sunday morning, April 20, 2014, sibilantly snorting that the "FBI has no jurisdiction" when the girlfriend of a deputy sheriff was killed in his home, with his service pistol, without any independent investigation by the Sheriff, two State's Attorneys (including MATHIS' boss), and one Medical Examiner.
This is the Gang of Four that thinks guns recoil forward, something that defies the laws of physics.
This is the Gang of Four that defies the Equal Protection Clause and Equal Justice Under Law.
Ex-Judge ROBERT KEITH MATHIS is the bully son of Judge CHARLES C. MATHIS, JR., the segregationist bully judge who sentenced four school children to rape-prone juvenile prisons for demonstrating against Jim Crow segregation is a disgrace to the human race (in Jimmy Carter's phrase).
Concerning MATHIS and his Gang of Four Feeble Lawmen Who Obstructed Prosecution of Another Lawman:
1. Amateur Hour Homicide prosecutor ROBERT KEITH MATHIS. It's time for him to go.
2. Conflicted St. Johns County SHERIFF DAVID BERNARD SHOAR. It's time for him to go.
3. Conflicted 7th Circuit State's Attorney RALPH JOSEPH LARIZZA. It's time for him to go.
4. Confounded 7th Circuit Medical Examiner PREDRAG BULIC. It's time for him to go.
5. Confounded 4th Circuit State's Attorney BRADLEY E. KING: It's time for him to go.
It is time for all of them to go -- every single one of them.
There are now 158,305 signatures on the change.org petition for an inquest into the death of Michelle O'Connell.
There is not one sentient signature anywhere supporting the notion that she committed suicide.
What do you reckon?
Here's the "Gang of Four," standing in the Courthouse Door, obstructing justice for Michelle O'Connell:
Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR f/k/a "DAVID BERNARD HOAR"
7th Circuit State's Attorney RALPH JOSEPH LARIZZA
5th Circuit State's Attorney BRADLEY E. KING
Medical Examiner PREDRAG BULLC
Demonstrates his upside-down, left-handed gun-to-tongue, gun-recoils forward theory to New York Times reporter Walt Bogdanich
That's the "Gang of Four" who stand in the Courthouse Door, obstructing justice for Michelle O'Connell. Don't take my word for it.
The New York Times, "Two Gunshots on a Summer Night" by Walt Bogdanich & Glenn Silber (November 24, 2013): http://www.nytimes.com/projects/2013/two-gunshots/
PBS/Frontline, "A Death in St. Augustine (November 26, 2013):
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/death-in-st-augustine/ NBC News Dateline, "Two Shots Fired" (April 18, 2014):
Petition for Coroner's Inquest: