Friday, February 14, 2014

It ain't easy writing this blog...




Throughout the last several years, we've often struggled with the subject matter of this blog.  Whether the story was about a crooked politician, dirty cop or other fraudsters that haven't been found out yet, it's tough writing about these people.  Each and everyone one of them has a family that for the most part may have nothing to do or even know about the nefarious schemes our subjects have been involved in yet by outing these folks we invariably do great harm to the people around them not to mention outing whatever crooked business they're engaging in.  So it's tough to write about some of our subjects over the years knowing the kind of collateral damage that will occur as a result of our work, nothing drove this point home more than watching the friends and family of then City of Miami assistant fire chief Veldora Arthur during her federal mortgage fraud trial.  It tore me up to watch them have to sit through the trial and ultimately watch her get convicted and sent off to jail, regardless, in my opinion, considering her position and how she abused her position, it was a story that needed to be told.  Perhaps she should have thought about her children before she engaged in a ten million dollar plus fraud?

Regardless, we're now working on a story involving a dirty cop who thinks nothing of manufacturing false police reports, fabricating evidence, etc.  When our story comes out, this cop is sure to loose his job and more than likely his law enforcement certification.  I've held off on putting this story together considering the impact it will have on his family, who more than likely have nothing to do with this guy being a piece of shit.  When considering the consequences of outing this guy, you have to take into account that this guy thinks nothing of writing bogus police reports and fucking with people simply because he can.  A dirty cop?  I think so.  Does he deserve to be outed?  What do you guys think?


19 comments:

  1. I believe it is our civic duty to do just that.
    Expose them publicly since local law enforcement just turns their heads.

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  2. This past Monday, Federico Moreno, chief judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, spoke on the subject of sentencing. He stated that society holds police officers to a higher standard than regular citizens. He also considered whether having a family should matter. By giving favorable consideration to whether someone has a family, he felt he would be discriminating against those who do not have a family. "That would not be fair." Based on those considerations, Judge Moreno he handed down a stiffer prison sentence to cop (with a wife and children) than he would have given to an ordinary citizen who had committed the same crime.

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  3. Rooting out corruption and dirty cops is one thing. Consideration of personal circumstances during sentencing, in my opinion, has nothing to do with the decision to move forward with our civic duty.

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  4. There is no place in this world for "Dirty Cops".

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  5. the question should not so much be whether he deserves to be outed, but whether the public deserves clean cops and the answer is resoundingly yes.

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  6. If crooked cops are dismissed and they can't get a job in Sweetwater which oth department will take them in?

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  7. No one is above the law, not even a person with a badge

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  8. He has a contract with the citizens and has sworn under oath to do the right thing. Serve and protect is what he is paid to do. The citizens pay him as an officer of the law. Violating the trust citizens have put in him for fair and impartial treatment breaks the contract between the citizens and the officer by his alleged breaking of the law. He has to always do the right thing because that is the oath he has taken.

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  9. Police has the power to change anyone's life forever and also take lives. Not only dirty cops must be booted also anyone who knowingly covered up or for them.

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  10. There are too many corrupt cops and there are far too many lazy cops.

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  11. Convicted City of Miami Fire Chief Veldora Arthur got to keep her $130,000 per year pension payments EVENTHOUGH she used her Fire Dept office and her Fire Dept fax machine to further her mortgage fraud. The taxpayers pay her $130,000+ per year while the taxpayers pay to house her in prison.

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  12. wow is that true? thats a story on its own along with many other fire department officials that use their position for ersonal gain.

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  13. You would not be the one hurting his family by exposing him. If his, or her, family is hurt, it is because of the actions that person took, not things that you did.
    The person is the one at fault, not the one exposing them.

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  14. Veldora Arthur's family can live quite comfortably on her $135,000 per year pension, assuming she gives them access. She's in prison. City of Miami Fire Dept? Another black eye.

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