Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Assistant County Attorney Paolo Salinas Soria's "Notice of Voluntary Resignation"

Oddly phrased, Assistant County Attorney Paolo Salinas Soria's February 19, 2020 "Notice of Voluntary Resignation" ended his legal career with St. Johns County effective April 3, 2020.

Mr. Soria's now with Volusia County Legal Department.


Good luck!

We look forward to Mr. Soria's truthful candid testimony about development in St. Johns County.

There is no attorney-client privilege or work product doctrine protection for what Mr. Soria knows about corrupt former St. Johns County Administrator MICHAEL DAVID WANCHICK's strange romance with developers.



Anonymous said...

You are a complete kook. This is why people who share your politics didn't even vote for you. No one respects you because you have cemented your reputation as a useless gadfly.

Ed Slavin said...

1. As Dan Quayle once said, "I wear your scorn as a badge of honor."

2. I was honored to receive 18,886 votes county-wide in 2020 election without campaigning or spending any money (other than $25 filing fee). In our three-way race, I am proud that Ms. Gayle Gardner was elected, defeating Gary Howell for a seat on our Anastasia Mosquito Control District of St. Johns County.

3. I was honored to be endorsed by the North Florida Central Labor Council.

4. Kook? Gadfly? When one of the Anonymice posts insults, you know I've triggered their prejudices against First Amendment protected activity.

5. Who are you? What's your beef?

6. What possessed you to throw anonymous ad hominems below a story from some 20 months ago?

7. I still look forward to Volusia County Senior Assistant County Attorney Paolo Salinas Soria's truthful candid sworn testimony about the sinister, sordid system of control by developers over our government here in corrupt St. Johns County, Florida, one of the fastest growing counties in America.

Ed Slavin said...

8. Disgraced, fired former St. Johns County Administrator MICHAEL DAVID WANCHICK (2007-2019) blamed me for his firing -- WANCHICK has told people that it was my fault County Commission voted to fire him on November 19, 2019.

9. While I wasn't in the room when it happened, I am flattered.

10. This blog covered WANCHICK's maladministration, misfeasance, malfeasance and nonfeasance.

11. Never once did WANCHICK ever show common courtesy.

12. The sexist, misogynist County Administrator never returned even one of my telephone messages, 2007-2019, including calls seeking comment about the allegations of his mistreating women county employees, raised In the Roper Report. Wonder why?

13. Perhaps Mr. WANCHICK was our anonymous pejorative poster (above).

14. Quo vobis videtor? (What do y'al reckon?)