Saturday, September 26, 2015

Developers' Political Machine Shudders

SHERIFF DAVID BERNERD SHOAR f/k/a "HOAR" (R-PROCTORVILLE), the developers' tedious teaboy, has not filed to run for re-election. Under FBI investigation and a cloud of corruption, SHOAR is planning to retire and back a former acolyte, or maybe run two to confuse us.
Former County Commission Chairman Ben Rich called rapacious developers "worse than any carpetbagger."  SHOAR was their obscene agent, as revealed by FBI tapes where SHOAR spoke to developer mouthpiece GEORGE MORRIS McCLURE about discouraging public participation in development orders in St. Johns County.
Sheriff DAVID SHOAR, the anti-hero of September 2, 2010 (where was he the night Michelle O'Connell was shot to death in the home of Deputy JEREMY BANKS, which SHOAR claims to have been a "suicide") is running away from his execrable record.
Everyone knows about him, thanks to The New York Times, PBS Frontline, et al.
Without devious DAVID SHOAR running the remnants of the LAWRENCE O. DAVIS/NEAL PERRY political machine, what criminaloid personality will take his place to chill, coerce and intimidate protected activity?
Prediction: No one.
Prediction: We get to elect an honest Sheriff next year --- I support Debra Maynard. It's time for a change.
See now-Mayor Nancy Shaver's December 2013 letter:     The world is watching us. See, e.g.:
The New York Times, "Two Gunshots on a Summer Night" by Walt Bogdanich & Glenn Silber (November 24, 2013):
PBS/Frontline,   "A Death in St. Augustine (November 26, 2013):   NBC News Dateline  , "Two Shots Fired" (April 18, 2014):  
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),,10912  
Dr. Phil, "The Mystery of Michelle O'Connell" (November 3, 2014):  
Folio Weekly, "Murder, He Wrote," by Susan Cooper Eastman (November 19, 2014),  
Folio Weekly, "The Proxy War," by Derek Kinner (March 4, 2015):  
New York Times, "Agent Cleared Over 2010 Florida Shooting Inquiry, but Lawyer Lashes Out," by Walt Bogdanich (August 27, 2015)


Photo credit: The New York Times  

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