Saturday, March 18, 2017
JOURNALISTIC MALPRACTICE? 70 Words and "Thumbs Down" Show Record Editors' Malice and Bias on Michelle O'Connell Case
Thumbs down The St. Augustine Record Editorial Board, your 70 words accompanied by a dismissive"thumbs down" on charges against two autopsy physicians in the Michelle O'Connell case.
Your 70 words suggests you are still all-in on supporting retaliatory St. Johns County SHERIFF DAVID SHOAR, who is badly in need of legal advice and psychiatric help.
Here's the offending editorial excerpt in the March 18, 2017 St. Augustine Record:
For findings by a state medical examiners commission that will lead to disciplinary action against two local medical examiners for their handling of an autopsy of Michelle O’Connell in 2010. Her death was ruled a suicide, but her family continues to deny that possibility, arguing that she was murdered by a boyfriend and deputy sheriff. This will do little to put the family at ease, or Michelle’s memory to rest.
How noisome and nasty.
We know about your arrest and plea bargain, JAMES SUTTON, Record "Opinion Editor."
Your slimy supine support for the arresting agency head and State's Attorney is understandable, yet despicable. You are in no position to write pompous propaganda about Sheriff SHOAR.
St. Johns County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff SHOAR's St. Augustine WrecKord Editorial Board ("Idiotorial Bored")