Friday, October 9, 2009

Why rob a bank?

As we mentioned yesterday, from what's in the public record and the inactivity in the case file, we know that Michael Martinez is out on probation and it's safe to assume that John Romney has cut some sort of a deal as well. It's safe to draw this conclusion since there hasn't been a shred of evidence in the case file to show that he's done anything to defend himself in this criminal case, consider the charges for a moment:
I'm no lawyer but these sound like some serious charges don't they? Charges that you would be fighting with all your guns right? It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that Mr. Romney's cut a deal, why it isn't reflected in the public record is still a mystery to me. How do I know there had to be some sort of deal cut? If indeed I was in his shoes and was expecting some sort of prison time, would I be worried about what I was going to be doing over the next few years? If I was going to go in for a while would I have done this...

That's right ladies and gents! Mr. Romney has applied with the State of Florida Department of Professional Regulation for a Real Estate Brokers License!!!!

Now, do you think Mr. Romney needs that Brokers license in the slammer? No fcuking way, he's been given a free pass boys and girls! I'm going to bet he's going to get probation at worst. The question that begs to be asked here is "why rob a bank?" After all, if I go into a bank (even without a weapon) try to rob it then get caught, I'm bound to do some time! In the fraud that arose from the fraudulent purchase of the Oak Avenue home, Mr. Romney made AWAY WITH OVER $300,000! I'd really have to think long and hard about committing this kind of crime, after all, I can collect a six figure paycheck and only have to report once a month to a probation officer and maybe pee in a cup? $hit, for $300,000 I'LL TAKE IT!

It's bad enough that our criminal justice system is overloaded and is forced sometimes to cut deals with people who deserve to be behind bars, in this case though perhaps Mr. Romney's timing is in poor taste. In my opinion applying for this license while his criminal case was still pending (even though we now know that he's already cut a deal) is an outright slap in the face of the citizens of Miami Dade County let alone the law enforcement community.

Till next time...


  1. Your sophmoric rants are growing tiresome. You would have to be an idiot to believe that this criminal isn't going to see the inside of a jail cell. Move on with your life and do something more productive than this senseless drivel you deliver on a daily basis.