In the USA can there be guilt without evidence? Florida says YES!

  1. buck3647 profile image57
    buck3647posted 17 months ago

    Inspector General Sears of the State of Florida declares that an official of Florida can declare a corporation of Florida guilty of violating law but need not provide supporting evidence!

    When this Service Disabled Veteran owned small business purchased an existing Greenbelt Aqua Farm and hired a caretaker, required by the Florida Aquaculture Policy Act, DRD Enterprises Inc of Davie then began the construction of concrete storage sheds.
    Within two months of purchase DeSoto County issues a cease farm development and says the incomplete concrete sheds were being built for resale only, DeSoto County is known as a Republican Red Neck County, my caretaker was African American.

    Florida allowed this illegal act to happen to this corporation sacrificing this small business rather bring charges against DeSoto County.  Governor Scott, Commissioner of Agriculture Putnam, Director of Aquaculture Knickerbocker, Inspector General Sears, Counsels Hall and Costigan ALL declare Guilt YET cannot produce Evidence!  What say you, can there be guilt without evidence?

    1. CJMcAllister profile image91
      CJMcAllisterposted 17 months ago in reply to this

      Apparently Roger Goodell is on board with that smile

  2. buck3647 profile image57
    buck3647posted 17 months ago

    Only if facts are known.  An inquiry is not the same as an investigation I discovered.  When Congresswoman Frankel's staff contacted me that she was conducting an inquiry I thought the truth would be exposed, instead FL Dept of AG gave the staff he is guilty of response and that was that .  A request for Evidence, which should be public record, could not be had by staff during an inquiry.  Asked about an investigation no response same for Katie Edwards.  Me, small peanut in a big pile.