This raises multiple federal and state law issues.
Coverup-prone St. Johns County Sheriff DAVID SHOAR, who is under FBI investigation, is running for re-election. WFOY has never before had his website as its only "news feed."
This is a massive in-kind contribution to Sheriff SHOAR's re-election campaign, subject to state law limits.
FBI and FCC must investigate WFOY, its owner KRIS PHILLIPS (running for Mayor) and what possessed her to make the Sheriff her "news feed."
Hate radio station WFOY now has as its only "news feed" the Facebook page of Sheriff DAVID SHOAR. Station owner KRIS PHILLIPS is running for Mayor -- is this an illegal in-kind campaign contribution exceeding Florida campaign law limits, exposing station to investigations by FBI and FCC? While hardly anyone listens to a 500/250 watt AM/FM radio station -- most of whose signal goes out to the Atlantic Ocean -- it's revealing of the machinations of our corrupt local political machine. So the Sheriff is providing the sole "news feed" for hate radio? Pure poetry in motion.
If you're a barnacle on the underbelly of the ship of life, a wart on the behind of a corrupt political machine and run a low-wattage radio station, it figures you'd give free air time to ex-Mayor JOSEPH LESTER BOLES, JR. to publicize his elder law practice, while turning your putative "news feed" entirely over to rebarbative Republican Sheriff DAVID BERNERD SHOAR, f/k/a "HOAR," who refused to speak to The New York Times and PBS Frontline.
The whole world is watching. See, e.g.,
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):
http://www.nbcnews.com/dateline/full-episode-two-shots-fired-n84816 Folio Weekly: Jeff Billman, "Somebody's lying -- An activist accuses the St. Augustine Record of bowing to pressure from Jeremy Banks' attorney. The paper accuses her of spreading misinformation" (September 17, 2014), http://folioweekly.com/SOMEBODYS-LYING-ST-AUGUSTINE-RECORD-ACTIVIST-JEREMY-BANKS,10912 Dr. Phil, "The Mystery of Michelle O'Connell" (November 3, 2014): http://www.drphil.com/shows/show/2298 Folio Weekly, "Murder, He Wrote," by Susan Cooper Eastman (November 19, 2014), http://cleanupcityofstaugustine.blogspot.com/2014/11/michelle-oconnell-shooting-read-folio.html
Folio Weekly, "The Proxy War," by Derek Kinner (March 4, 2015): http://cleanupcityofstaugustine.blogspot.com/2015/03/folio-weekly-deputy-jeremy-banks-and.html