Tuesday, January 04, 2022

Ex-Employer Sues Ex-Commissioner WILLIAM ANTHONY McCLURE For Breach of Contract

Disgraced ex-Commissioner WILLIAM ANTHONY McCLURE is sued for breach of contract, accused of creating a phony website and stealing confidential business information from his former employer. UPDATE: 12/30 hearing cancelled, parties "actively" working on settlement.


McCLURE with ex-SHERIFF DAVID SHOAR, who legally changed his name from "HOAR" in 1994




Accusing ex-Commissioner BILL McCLURE of breach of contract -- for using a phony website to solicit customers in its name and  misusing confidential customer business information -- PATRIOT GROWTH INSURANCE SERVICES LLC has filed a detailed complaint in Circuit Court, seeking injunction relief and attorney fees against WILLIAM ANTHONY McCLURE, disgraced former St. Johns County Commissioner.  Case No. CA21-1325.

Hearing WAS set for December 30, 2021 before Circuit Court Judge Kenneth J. Janesk. II.  UPDATE: Hearing cancelled, counsel for the parties advised court they are actively working to settle case.

  • McCLURE has now sued his second wife, Kimberly, for divorce and she has counterclaimed. 
  • Footnote: That divorce case is set for an April 4, 2022 trial before Circuit Court Judge  CHISTOPHER FEREBEE, former Chief Deputy State's Attorney under State's Attorney RALPH JOSEPH LARIZZA.  They dropped the City of St. Augusine Beach Police Department's criminal case against LEONARD PATRICK TRINCA for his Election Day 2016 assault and battery on the late Rosetta Bailey. (TRINCA was represented by attorney Patrick Canan, who procured hoky  conclusory affidavits from distant non-witnesses Robert and Andrea Samuels, St, Augustine Beach Mayor, defeated for re-election, who both claimed they saw nothing).  

Rather than letting a jury decide the case of an assault and battery of a political candidate by her opponents campaign manager, Republican State's Attorney RALPH JOSEPH LARIZZA fixed the case out of deference for Republican St. Augustine Beach Mayor RICHARD BURTT O'BRIEN, who paid fines to the Florida Elections Commission and City of St. Augustine Beach resigning in disgrace unexpectedly,

I was at the State's Attorney's office waiting room in St. Augustine the day that LARIZZA & CO. fixed the case, accompanying Rose and Mark Bailey as they waited for FEREEBEE, who was late.  FEREBEE refused to allow me to cover the meeting -- he told me, "We don't need your help."

LARIZZA and ex-Sheriff DAVID SHOAR also fixed the case of State of Florida v. JEREMY BANKS, involving the September 2, 2010 homicide of Ms. Michelle O'Connell in BANKS' residence with BANKS' service weapon. In 1994, oleaginous ethically-challlenged DAVID SHOAR legally changed his surname from "HOAR" to "SHOAR."




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