REWARD Offered for Evidence of Corruption In Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Escambia County and Walton County
Corruption in Okaloosa County, Florida by Judges and State Attorney Bill Eddins is under fire and being investigated by citizens.
Shalimar, FL | June 26, 2012 | 12:59 p.m. [UPDATED]
A REWARD has been offered for verifiable evidence of public corruption, judicial misconduct, ethics violations or personal criminal acts by Okaloosa County Judge John Brown, Judge Terrance Ketchel, Judge Thomas Remington, Judge Jack Heflin, Judge Michael Flowers, Judge William Stone and Florida First Judicial Circuit State Attorney, Bill Eddins, for willful malicious prosecutions and/or his refusal to prosecute crimes against certain individuals.
Today, JULY 3, marks the sixteenth (16th) straight day someone or a group, have purchased full page ads in the Northwest Florida Daily News paper offering the reward. Just the full-page ads could have cost as much as $24,000 for the 16 days it has been run so far. It appears that the people are taking back their power and are now investigating those elected public officials and judges who swore to defend and protect the constitution of the U.S. and that of Florida. Pursuant to “ARTICLE I – SECTION 1” of the Florida Constitution, all political power resides in the “PEOPLE”, and given the long history of pervasive and continuous corruption in Okaloosa County, it would be safe to say there will be some individuals very worried about the head-on and fearless investigations underway by concerned citizens that will no longer tolerate governmental corruption and misconduct anymore.
Out of all of the judges listed in the ad as targets of investigations, the only candidate currently running in the 2012 Okaloosa County elections with an opponent, is the incumbent Okaloosa County Judge Terrance Ketchel. Judge Ketchel, who developed the abominable “ONE FAMILY-ONE JUDGE” model for all Okaloosa County Family Law cases, faces strong opposition from the US Army veteran and attorney, Thomas Murphy. Under the One-Family-One-Judge system Ketchel orchestrated and implemented in 2011, all matters involving divorce, child custody, domestic violence, adoption or termination of parental rights in Okaloosa County, are heard by one single Okaloosa Judge. Thus, if a judge has a bias or prejudice against someone involved in that type of case, one judge can exact a diabolical vengeance upon the person not in their favor or collusion with said judge. When this happens, there is virtually nowhere an aggrieved party can turn for help.
Okaloosa Judicial candidate Thomas Murphy previously served as the chief assistant public defender in Okaloosa County, but was let go after announcing his candidacy to be elected as an Okaloosa County Judge in the August 14, 2012 primary election. Out of all of the races for a seat on the bench as an Okaloosa County Judge, the Ketchel-Murphy race is the only one to have an opponent. Each of the other candidates running to be an Okaloosa County Judge, did not have a single attorney willing to run against them, which leaves the voters to seriously wonder why that is. It would seem that given the $144,000 salary for an Okaloosa County Judge, there would be more than one candidate willing to run in the Okaloosa county elections for judge, but not here. In this part of Northwest Florida, it appears many elected offices are predetermined by King-Makers, rather than the voters.
It is unknown who paid for the full-page ads, so if you know, please share with us. Below is a transcript of the ad that ran on PAGE A5 in this morning’s edition of the Northwest Florida Daily News paper.
It is time to end the remaining problems
In Okaloosa County and the First Judicial Circuit. If anyone has any information regarding malfeasance in the current judiciary of Okaloosa County, Walton County, Santa Rosa County, or Escambia County, please send an email to CLEANJUDICIARY@YAHOO.COM.
All emails and sources will be kept strictly confidential.
This includes but is not limited to Judge Remington, Judge Heflin, Judge Flowers, Judge Ketchel, Judge Stone and Judge Brown.
Also any crimes that have not been prosecuted by state attorney Bill Eddins or malicious prosecutions by Bill Eddins are welcome as well.
Rewards are possible based on verifiable and reliable information in both the professional and personal areas.
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE!
It seems these citizens have decided that Government is the problem, not the solution, and instead of feeling overwhelmed to change decades of corruption in Okaloosa County, the First Judicial Circuit and Northwest Florida, they have declared war on public and judicial corruption. Some Okaloosa County Judges, members of the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office and prosecutors like State Attorney Bill Eddins, who may have never been held accountable by anyone for anything, must now be forced under a microscope in order to discover any role they may have in the corruption of the First Judicial Circuit of Florida.
If you or someone you know is a victim of the corruption in Okaloosa County, the Okaloosa County Judges, the State Attorney Bill Eddins or any other county in Florida’s First Judicial Circuit, including Escambia, Santa Rosa and Walton, please contact us at OakloosaElection@Gmail.com to share your story. Also, you can contact the Republican candidate for Sheriff of Okaloosa County, Sheridan Lowrey, through his website; www.SheridanForSheriff.com
Sheridan has pledged that he would, “…clean up corruption in Okaloosa County from every dark alley, dirt road or mansion, regardless of who it may be.” CLICK HERE TO SEE PICTURE OF THE ADD
Just one day after the first full page ad ran, the candidates for Okaloosa County Sheriff, Sheridan Lowrey, Tony Taylor and Larry Ashley, participated in the first Sheriff’s Candidate Forum conducted in the City of Fort Walton Beach. It was held on June 19, 2012 in the Fort Walton Beach City Hall. Below you can view the entire exchange between those seeking to clean-up corruption and protect the citizens of Okaloosa County.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Sheridan Lowrey, Republican, for Okaloosa County Sheriff.