Okaloosa County Election Sheriff Candidates Forum-Debate WSRE TV RALLY 2012 Okaloosa County | July 24, 2012--The Okaloosa County Candidates RALLY 2012, WSRE TV broadcast on July 24, 2012, aired live all over the Emerald Coast. As the Okaloosa election candidates wrap up their campaigns before the August 14th primary election, each candidate sat down to answer questions posed by the Okaloosa League of Women ...Read more ›
Obama’s Puppet Senator Kerry Will Pass U.N. Convention On Rights Of Persons With Disabled Before July 26
Senator John Kerry says: "We'll Pass the CRPD by July 26!" July 16-2012--Okaloosa County Sheriff candidate, Sheridan Lowrey (REP), has forwarded us a letter he's received from the founder of www.ParentalRights.org, which warns that Senator John Kerry vows to pass a United Nations treaty known as the UN CONVENTION OF PERSON WITH DISABILITIES. Mr. Lowrey states that this UN agreement would bifurcate law makin ...Read more ›
As Pervasive Okaloosa County Law Enforcement Corruption Continues-Citizens Are Too Afraid To Speak Out CRESTVIEW, FL | June 26, 2012---Citizens in Crestview refused to give comments to reporters investigating yet another officer fired for corruption, perjury and planting drugs. The citizens of Crestview said they were afraid to speak publicly about the Crestview Police Department corruption because they may ...Read more ›
Fort Walton Beach, Florida | June 21, 2012 | 12:12 p.m. Why Can't Sheriff Ashley Tell The Truth? Larry Ashley Continues Misleading and Lying To Voters? All Okaloosa Sheriff candidates participated in a public forum hosted by the Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Niceville-Valparaiso Chamber and the Okaloosa NAACP Chapter. The public sheriff forum was televised live by Emerald Coast TV and the VIDEO ...Read more ›
IS THE CITY OF FORT WALTON BEACH AND OKALOOSA SHERIFF LAW ENFORCEMENT CONSOLIDATION SETTLED-ARE POLICE PENSION FUNDS INSOLVENT?
May 28, 2012 Fort Walton Beach, Florida Okaloosa County Sheriff Larry Ashley's humiliating public defeat of his year-long battle to take over of the City of Fort Walton Beach Police Department, through a contract for consolidation of law enforcement services, leaves many residents believing Sheriff Ashley has accepted his defeat graciously. [caption id="attachment_262" align="alignright" width="168" caption ...Read more ›