Operation Dirty Water

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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sat Apr 13, 2013 11:46 am

What's the deal with "Operation Dirty Water"? Big media event two years ago and now nothing. Another McCauliffe priority soon to be dismissed? Wouldn't surprise me at all. "An end to public corruption in Palm Beach County", I'm not buying it.
Anyone got the inside scoop?
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:17 pm

Lets see, filed case, a trial and conviction on some of the counts if I recall correctly. What else do you need to know?
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sun Apr 28, 2013 1:13 pm

Facts: 3 arrested: 1 trial already; 7 charges, guilty of 1 (conspiracy) lowest of all charges, under appeal.
6 deals; probation, most have served time.
6 awaiting trial, postponed 4 or 5 times.
Opinions: Waste of time and money, competitors reaping profits, only success is company charged is going out of business, if this is first step to stop corruption then why no more arrests in over 2 years, local apwa members joke about this arrest while golfing and drinking that contractors paid for.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sun Apr 28, 2013 9:18 pm

Typo above: 13 arrested
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:26 am

Who cares.... They were arrested and exposed for the pieces of sh@ts they are.




[quote="Anonymous"]Facts: 3 arrested: 1 trial already; 7 charges, guilty of 1 (conspiracy) lowest of all charges, under appeal.
6 deals; probation, most have served time.
6 awaiting trial, postponed 4 or 5 times.
Opinions: Waste of time and money, competitors reaping profits, only success is company charged is going out of business, if this is first step to stop corruption then why no more arrests in over 2 years, local apwa members joke about this arrest while golfing and drinking that contractors paid for.[/quote]
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon Apr 29, 2013 9:38 am

Name a single positive that has come from this juvenile name calling website. Anyone can stand up and make accusations. This site insults the good men and women who work as Law Enforcement Officers daily and does so with impunity. Credibility is always an issue and if you truly believe that this website has credibility then I would question yours.
[i]edited by NewsWriter on 4/29/2013[/i]
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon May 13, 2013 1:01 pm

What's the deal? Another postponement, that's the deal. More f**king waste of my tax money while PBSO goes on a shooting spree every other weekend. The SA will piss away time and money on one forgotten contractor and stay by while modern day Wyatt Earps gun down whomever they want. F**king backwards!
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon May 13, 2013 1:17 pm

Can you say, US Attorney General?
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Tue Jul 09, 2013 5:19 pm

Hmmm. Verdict overturned. Not guilty. Our $$$$$ wasted again.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:48 pm

So, why does the PB Post plaster the arrests and mugshots front page but the overturned verdict gets a one liner with an old picture? Will the Post interview the former SA and get his opinion on this result also? Remember, this is the new and improved, "investigative" "seeking the truth" newspaper. Hey Schultz and Duret, how about some equal time and write about this result, you know like you had already convicted all of the charged 2 years ago.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Thu Aug 22, 2013 7:31 pm

Judy finds Gary Czajkowski guilty on 18 counts of Racketeering and bribing public employees!!
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 23, 2013 6:54 am

Oh no! GUILTY! I know, let's wait for an appeal and then we can waste more money. Gary is a convicted crook. Next!
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 23, 2013 8:01 pm

Bury that Piece of Sh!t!
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sat Aug 24, 2013 9:36 pm

1 down, 9999 to go. If the SA gets 1 contractor every 2 and 1/2 years, corruption will be wiped out right after the earth runs out of natural gas. Selective enforcement of public corruption laws will yield minimal results. If the unlawful compensation law is followed to the letter, a $10 lunch for a municipal employee is illegal. I hope to see more action from the SA.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Thu Aug 29, 2013 10:10 am

Let's go Public Corrupton Unit! You're finished with ONE, you don't expect the public to believe that's it. And didn't the former State Attorney promise "more arrests to come"? Just meet with the Inspector General and the Ethics Commission and ask for the pile of emails they have ignored with evidence of the same activity performed by other contractors and municipal workers. It is so rampant that this isolated dog and pony show is an insult to the citizens you are protecting.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sun Oct 20, 2013 2:08 pm

The sentencing as a result of this case begs several questions. Who is the winner in this case? The State, won the convictions but asked for 5 out of 210 years? The public, a man convicted of 14 second degree felonies gets only 9 months? Contractors of municipalities, the message is wine, dine, compensate and don't worry the consequences are minimal? The sentencing guidelines call to consider victim impact. Was the victim impact so small and undetectable the penalty was less than 1/2 of 1% of the possible punishment? And thinking of victim impact, now that piggybacking has become unpopular be prepared to not pay 2002 prices and be ready for a lengthy competitive bid guaranteed to reflect the 2013 cost of business. In 2011 this case was touted as a major blow to public corruption. I do not see how the results of this lengthy, costly trial will change how busines is conducted in the public realm.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sun Dec 22, 2013 2:51 pm

aronberg was supposed to to take down bradshaw and his corrupt empire. what happened to all the huff and puff from that little man?
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sun Dec 22, 2013 7:42 pm

Aronberg folded and went over to the dark side after drinking the koolaid. Hes now a part of the circle of corruption and is enjoying the benefits of his membership in the Bradshaw mutual aid society.
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Sun Dec 22, 2013 9:10 pm

He has always been self serving. SA is only a stepping stone for where he wants to go politically.
He's to short sited to realize that he would go so much further if he could grow a pair and do what is ethically correct.
There is no statute of limitation to file criminal charges. He needs to begin by filling charges against those who are responsible for the vehicular homicide of the deputies 5+ years ago. Bradshaw needs to be held accountable for that cover up. Then he can go forward with the many many other criminal charges that have been covered up, swept under the proverbial rug.


Aronberg folded and went over to the dark side after drinking the koolaid. Hes now a part of the circle of corruption and is enjoying the benefits of his membership in the Bradshaw mutual aid society.[/quote]
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:15 am

The only crimes there is no statute of limitations on are capital and life felonies, idiot
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon Dec 23, 2013 2:42 pm

Below are the statutes of limitation for criminal cases in Florida which set forth the time periods within which a legal proceeding must be commenced. If the state fails to bring a case within the specified time period, it loses its right to prosecute that crime forever. In general, violent crimes have a longer statute of limitations, and with some crimes there is no statute of limitations. Florida, like other states, has special provisions for cases where DNA evidence is used. In certain instances, the statute of limitations may be tolled, or suspended, which grants the state additional time to commence a legal action.

Felonies

Capital felony, life felony, or felony that results in a death: No statute of limitations1st degree felony:  4 yearsAny other felony:  3 years

Misdemeanors

1st degree misdemeanor:  2 years2nd degree misdemeanor: 1 year

Special Provisions

Any offense involving fraud or a breach of fiduciary obligation: within 1 year after discovery of the offense, up to a maximum additional 3 yearsCertain sexual crimes where victim is under 18: statute of limitations begins when victim turns 18 or the violation is reported, whichever occurs earlier.1st or 2nd degree sexual battery felony reported within 72 hours: no statute of limitationsFirst degree sexual battery felony where the victim is under 18, and any sexual battery where the victim is under 16:  no statute of limitationsSexual battery and lewd or lascivious offenses: within 1 year after identity of accused is established through DNA evidenceAggravated battery or any felony battery; kidnapping or false imprisonment; sexual battery; lewd or lascivious offense; burglary offense; robbery offense; carjacking; aggravated child abuse: no statute of limitations if identity of accused is established through DNA evidencePerjury related to a capital felony:  no statute of limitationsFelony that results in injury from weapon or firearm: 10 yearsAny offense based on misconduct in office by a public officer or employee:  any time while the person is still in public office or employment, or within 2 years from the time person leaves public office or employment, whichever is longerFelony violations (as specified) related to Medicaid provider fraud; exploitation, abuse, or neglect of an elderly or disabled adult; insurance fraud; environmental control violations; securities violations: 5 years

Tolling Provision

The statute of limitations is tolled for any period when the defendant is continuously absent from the state or has no reasonably ascertainable place of abode or work within the state, up to a maximum of 3 years
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Anonymous

Operation Dirty Water

Postby Anonymous » Mon Dec 23, 2013 6:59 pm

There is no statute of limitations on spoilation of evidence. Also there is no statute of limitations for the murder and cover up of Seth Adams and the deputies in the Glades. If Aaronberg wants to keep his promises to "Lock up the Corrupt Sheriff Bradshaw" he needs to do these arrests at once or else risk the hearts and minds of we the people.
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