Harassment on Twitter from @sofambro90, Again

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s-mitchell-twitter-profileWarning: There is language in screenshots that some might find offensive.

On February 19, 2016, I published a post regarding S. Mitchell-Fambro (@sofambro90) and her harassment.  She started harassing me in December 2015, and I ignored her until she progressed to attacking others on Twitter who support me and she attacked the integrity of my blogs.  That compelled me to speak-up.   If you haven’t read it or are unfamiliar with that post, here is the link .   I was not aware of S. Mitchell-Fambro’s existence until around December 2015.  I don’t know her, and she doesn’t know me.  She is fed mis-information by another harasser to use to defame me.

s-mitchell-photo-from-twitterFrom S. Mitchell-Fambro’s Twitter timeline where she tweeted a photo of herself to harass one of my friends who harassers misrepresent as being a “tranny.”

On November 30, 2015, I published a post where I reported how the harassers talked…

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32 Guards Fired From The Florida Department of Corrections

We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident

Michael Crews Florida Department of Corrections Secretary Michael Crews

On Friday, Florida Department of Corrections Secretary Michael Crews, fired 32 guards with the Florida Department of Corrections. All were accused of criminal wrongdoing or misconduct in connection with the deaths of inmates at four state prisons.

The Miami Herald began an investigative project into reports of alleged brutality and corruption in the prison system. Only then did prison officials begin to acknowledge the complaints.

On September 9, 2014, the Miami Herald reported that Disability Rights Florida, a nonprofit mental health advocacy group, filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction to force immediate reforms and investigations into some of the more egregious complaints that it says Crews and others have ignored for more than three years. The law suit alleges that Crews, his department, and Wexford, which provides health services to prisoners, “have permitted people with mental illness who were and currently are housed…

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