Saturday, August 13, 2016

16% of State Criminal Justice Commission From St. Johns County

Controversial three-term incumbent St. Johns County Sheriff DAVID SHOAR, under FBI investigation, touches St. Augustine Beach Police Chief ROBERT HARDWICK as SAPD Chief Loran Lueders looks on -- SHOAR and HARDWICK both now serve on the Florida Criminal Justiee Standards and Training Commission, along with SHOAR henchman WILLIAM HARRISS, ex-City Manager of the City of St. Augustine.
(Photo credit: St. Augustine Record)

Three of nineteen members -- 15.7% -- of the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission are from St. Johns County.

That's far more influence over criminal justice standards and training than any other county in Florida.

Wonder why?

The three local appointees are Sheriff DAVID BERNARD SHOAR f/k/a "HOAR," his Sheriff's Department henchman, former St. Augustine City Manager WILLIAM BARRY HARRIS a/k/a "WILL HARASS," and St. Augustine Beach Police Chief ROBERT HARDWICK, who once e-mailed SHOAR in 2013, "that's why I love you" (over SHOAR's speaking to a gathering of FBI Academy graduates).

All three are appointees of Governor RICHARD LYNN SCOTT.

As I previously reported, HARRISS is serving illegally, as a supposed "citizen" representative, when he works for the Sheriff.

Read the list of appointees here.

Photo credits: J.D. Pleasant; Thomas Nast/Daniel Somerson; J.D. Pleasant/photoshop; J.D. Pleasant/Daniel Somerson/The New York Times/photoshop

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