As Kurt Vonnegut would say, "Busy, busy, busy."
Come speak out on Sheriff SHOAR's secretive, bloated FY 2018 budget at the County Administration Building Taj Mahal at 9 AM on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. It's our boat. Let's rock it. Justice for Michelle O'Connell
Print headline, page one, above the fold, with four (4) inside pages, including centerfold ("double truck" to journalism majors):
"The Sheriff's War: He called it a suicide. Then an investigator raised doubts -- and became the investigated."
"A Mother’s Death, a Botched Inquiry and a Sheriff at War -- The sheriff called it a suicide. When a state investigator raised questions, he became the investigated.
By WALT BOGDANICH
JUNE 17, 2017 online
Sunday, JUNE 18, 2017
The New York Times
Rusty Rodgers, a special agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. His review of a closed case would upend his life. Credit George Etheredge for The New York Times
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — Rusty Rodgers did not fit everyone’s image of a law enforcement officer, particularly in deeply conservative northeast Florida. One police chief, well ensconced in the local power structure, expressed irritation over what he called the officer’s “Jimmy Buffett look” — long hair, beard, loafers and no socks.