The TrayMom Financial Motives Begin To Visibly Surface – People NOW Surprised to identify TRUE motivations… So we’ll expose again…

Within the last 48 hours the public is beginning to see the tip of the iceberg regarding the True motivations of Sybrina Fulton, aka TrayMom™. Perhaps a revisit to the known financial agenda of the circle surrounding Trayvon Martin will help those new to discovery.

A recent article via Associate Press submitting a public records request shows the Scheme Team was even pursuing taxpayer money via a Crime Victims relief fund. One of the aspects of this discovery unnerving a few people is the approval from State Attorney Pam Bondi’s office prior to George Zimmerman even being arrested.

(via ABC) The documents, obtained through a public records request, show Sybrina Fulton applied for the compensation benefits after her son was fatally shot last February by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in a gated community in Sanford, Fla. It was not immediately clear how Martin’s family would use the money.

The state Attorney General’s Office, which administers the Crimes Compensation Trust Fund, refused to disclose the sum sought by Fulton and her former husband, Tracy Martin. [...]

In a March 29 letter, a claims analyst with the Attorney General’s Office notified Fulton that she had been deemed eligible for the compensation benefits. However, no check had been issued to Martin’s parents as of early August.

Fulton hasn’t had time to fill out the paperwork needed to process the claim, said Ben Crump, an attorney for Martin’s parents. She didn’t want to disclose how much she was applying for and what expenses the money would cover, Crump said. (read more)

Obviously this raises a few questions. Questions we already know the answers to:

How could Sybrina Fulton be approved for a crime victims relief fund (March 29th) prior to anyone identifying whether a crime was committed? George Zimmerman was not arrested until April 11th.

The answer is simply political influence via Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.

Bondi has been a key part of the scheme to enrich her race-motivated friends, Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks – Trayvon family attorneys from the beginning.

Pam Bondi has a long-standing personal and professional relationship with Benjamin Crump from her prior work in the Martin Lee Anderson wrongful death case. Bondi was State prosecutor and Crump was the Anderson family attorney who sued the State and County governments for $7.4 million on behalf of his client, Mrs. Anderson (Martin’s mother).

It was Pam Bondi, who in March of this year used her position as AG to convince Governor Rick Scott to appoint her friend and Attorney General 2010 campaign chair, Angela Corey, to prosecute George Zimmerman. The goal was appeasement of the institutional race-baiting class of Seminole County NAACP board member, and Trayvon family attorney Natalie Jackson, along with her friends Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks who were chasing the financial rewards for Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, TrayParents™.

Believe it or not some people still refuse to accept the fact that Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s Mother, did indeed Trademark various aspects of his name. So again I am sharing a link to direct confirmation of this Trademark Filing in Orlando Federal Court on March 21st, the day after Benjamin Crump’s big interview on CNN when he revealed the DeeDee narrative etc. Here is a link to the actual application filed by Natalie Jackson Esq.

So it comes as no surprise that despite the generosity of the workers in Miami who have donated their vacation time to Sybrina, and the trash cans full of money she has collected from various church fundraising exploitive trips around the country and internationally, her Scheme Team would also be seeking to round-up victim taxpayer money too.

Natalie Jackson, Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks

However, the public finding this information was not part of the plan. Nor did they want anyone to know that they have filed claims against at least one, and perhaps more, insurance companies in their shakedown attempts.

The sunlight of these discoveries reveals the true intentions of the entire “arrest George Zimmerman” narrative. It is all about position for civil litigation. Wrongful Death civil litigation, which, not coincidently, is the expertise of the Benjamin Crump/Natalie Jackson/ Daryl Parks crowd. That is their entire gig.

One Article - Crump said that a suit has not as yet been filed against the homeowners association on behalf of Martin’s family, simply a claim, which lays the groundwork for any future litigation.

Another Article - One of the Martin family’s attorneys, Daryl Parks, indicated last month that a civil lawsuit against the homeowners’ association was likely.

The “justice” they seek is money. P.E.R.I.O.D. and it has been since March 5th when they hired a media consultant to paint the Norman Rockwell picture of their family.

Against this new level of honest sunlight the Scheme Team reacted quickly and dispatched the talking point about Sybrina sending any victim assistance shakedown funding into her previously established Trayvon Martin Foundation.

Laughable. To say the least. We previously shared the structure of the “Foundation” and the principle agents here. But just to give you an example of the fraud, here is a snippet:

[...] with literal buckets of cash in hand from church offerings, a bank account continuing to grow, a management staff hired, a PR consulting firm continuing to market the Trayvon brand, a traveling entourage’ consisting of seven retained lawyers, a professional staff, and now an advertised Trayvon Memorial Foundation under the management of Chairman Walter A Sutton solidly in hand, the Trayvon Tour can go international.

The plot surrounding the “Scheme Team” thickens – Walter A Sutton is a new name on the radar. As mentioned above he is the newly appointed Chairman of the Trayvon Memorial Foundation. However he is also running for a US House of Representatives congressional seat in Florida’s 17th congressional district. Current district rep Fredrica S Wilson is being shifted to a newly established 24th district. The 17th district will cover eastern Broward, Pembroke Pines and Miramar FL toward the Everglades. Walter A Sutton’s Federal Candidate Application is available for review here: And here is what it looks like:

(this is not a spoof)

The same guy who submitted this Federal Application/Notification, Walter A Sutton, is now Chairman of the Trayvon Martin Memorial Foundation.

But that is not their only financial Scheme. You also have the Trayvon Martin Family Trust:

And there’s more…….  The biggest cash hauls so far have come from the Trayvon Trail of Tears Tour visiting churches, and affiliates from coast to coast and overseas to London, England.

TrayMom™ Sybrina Fulton and the Scheme Team had a successful fundraising outing on Sunday morning at Baltimore’s Empowerment Temple.  The church of the Rockstar Pastor Rev. Jamal Bryant who has been at her side during the coast-to-coast Trayvon Trail Of Tears Tour.

During the service Bryant called Fulton “the mother of the new civil rights movment” and “this generation’s Rosa Parks.”

“It’s so easy for me to cry right now but I can’t because I have work to do,” she told the congregation. “I was forced into this position, but I believe God is using me.”

TrayMom appeared wearing a stylish custom-made gray cocktail suit with sparkling bling buttons.   She said “the support of people like those at Empowerment Temple has helped to keep her going”.   Boy is she ever right; the financial support from those who blindly provide their paychecks is definitely keeping her going.

During the service Bryant called Fulton “the mother of the new civil rights movment” and “this generation’s Rosa Parks.”…….. Indeed

Here’s a GREAT roundup of the entire TOUR

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214 Responses to The TrayMom Financial Motives Begin To Visibly Surface – People NOW Surprised to identify TRUE motivations… So we’ll expose again…

  1. mooserator says:

    There should be an investigation of Pam Bondi.

    She has been too eager to give the People’s money away to Crump – separate and aside from this action.

    Why did Florida have no interest in these children, to use their terms, being left home alone while TrayvonDaddy and Brandi Green were exploring the Love canal in another Florida city?

    Why wasn’t Trayvon enrolled in the alternate suspension site so he could get his school work (because he had dropped out, that’s why).


    • margegunderson says:

      Did you catch this from the article above?

      Notes taken by a victims’ advocate who works for the State Attorney’s Office in Sanford show that Tracy Martin had a life insurance policy through his employer that paid for most of the expenses incurred from Trayvon Martin’s death. Despite that, Tracy Martin still had out-of-pocket expenses of $1,300, according to the notes in the records obtained by the AP.

  2. ytz4mee says:

    The AG’s website clearly states the fund is for “INNOCENT victims of a crime”.!OpenDocument
    Division of Victim Services

    The Florida Attorney General’s Division of Victim Services not only serves as an advocate for crime victims and victims’ rights, it also administers a compensation program to ensure financial assistance for innocent victims of crime. As part of its responsibility, the division also notifies victims of the status of any appellate decisions regarding their cases.

    Injured crime victims may be eligible for financial assistance for medical care, lost income, mental health services, funeral expenses and other out-of-pocket expenses directly related to the injury. If needed, they can also be referred to support organizations within their home area.

    Victims wishing to apply for assistance, check on the status of their applications, or in need of any other assistance can contact the division toll free from anywhere in the United States.
    The toll-free number is 1-800-226-6667. Tallahassee-area residents should dial 414-3300. In addition, victims may also contact the Division of Victim Services at (850) 414-3300.

    By making a determination that Sybrina Fulton is eligible for an award, before GZ was even charged, FL AG Pam Bondi inserted herself into the controversy and made an extrajudicial determination that Trayvon Martin was “innocent” – when the facts are very much in dispute. Sybrina was provided the Determination of Eligibility letter on March 29th; George Zimmerman was arrested and charged on April 11th. By then, the “Determination” as to guilt and innocence had already been made.

    In most states, Crime Victims funds are set up for low-income people to help them with the financial expenses of a crime. These types of funds were never intended to enrich someone or “reward” people for being the victims of a crime. There is nothing on the FL site that confirms whether or not there is a low income requirement, and what the threshold would be. It would be hard for the Trashcan team to state they have been impoverished by the incident, since they have collected untraceable cash donations from a wide variety of sources.

    • March 21st – IN NEW YORK CITY LIMO (With Crump)

      6:04-6:38 Pam Bondi: “Hey Sybrina, Tracy, are you there. Hi. I am so very, very, sorry. As attorney general, I have absolutely no legal authority to take the case, and I looked, I tried.”

      • jello333 says:

        Hey, I haven’t seen this posted yet. I think this is the application that Sybrina would have to file. Is this the “pile of paperwork” Crump was talking about?$file/VictimsCompApp-Eng.pdf

        • jello333 says:

          Haha! Looking over some of those questions, and some of the documentation required, NOW I understand why Crump said this: “Fulton hasn’t had time to fill out the paperwork needed to process the claim, said Ben Crump” How can over 4 full months not be sufficient time to “fill out the paperwork”? Ha!… now I think I understand.

        • Sharon says:

          Oops. Look what one line says:

          Victim must not have contributed to the circumstances that caused the crime injury or death.

          • gbishop1 says:

            That is beautiful! Thanks Sharon.

          • jello333 says:

            And I like the part that says if you get money some other way later, then you’ll have to PAY BACK whatever money you get through this fund. So it’s more or less a loan in that case. Sybrina & Crumpy: “Well what good is that?!!”

          • ytz4mee says:

            A criminal history record check will be made on each victim and claimant seeking victim compensation assistance.

            Oh dear. That could create some uncomfortable moments.

        • doodahdaze says:

          Absolutely. Look at section 9 for the answer. Bet your bottom dollar this is why Crump said he is not helping her. They, and the media are so obviously corrupt it is horrifying. They can not fill out the forms without lying. They know the CT will be all over them. Unlike their allies in the media.

        • doodahdaze says:

          The more I look at the forms the more it becomes apparent that even though “deemed” eligible by Bondi they can not fill them out. To do so would blow their whole case out of the water. Here is EZ money for the client but the lawyer would be disbarred for filling out the form for her. Better to shake down the politicians.

          • johngalt90210 says:

            Section 11 is also a problem:

            I certify that I have a serious financial hardship because of crime-related expenses that cannot be paid by any other source.

            • doodahdaze says:

              This whole thing is a hoax. A hoax perpetrated by crooks and varmints. It is beyond disgusting. A serious sign of total societal breakdown with no remedy in sight.

              • landaumurphyfan says:

                But wait, folks! I agree wholeheartedly with all of the above, but remember the link that froggielegs quoted in the other thread?

                Specifically, I refer you to this quote: “Fulton’s friend filed the initial application on her behalf as a favor, but Fulton hasn’t had time to fill out the paperwork needed to process the claim, said Ben Crump, an attorney for Martin’s parents.”

                Which – unless I’m very much mistaken – means that in spite of all the above, some anonymous person has nevertheless filled out this form, presumably in some interestingly creative way (one would assume that TrayMom signed the completed copy), and since we know that TrayMom has been told that she qualifies, bless her grievin’ heart, the paperwork that she “hasn’t had time to fill out” must be “the paperwork needed to process the claim” – that is, when she was advised that she was “deemed eligible”, the AG’s office gave her MORE paperwork to fill out. And it’s THAT paperwork that’s causing the hold-up, for some reason.

                The original application form asks for details of the claimant’s lawyer, if any, but it doesn’t appear to need any signature by said lawyer. Perhaps the more detailed paperwork does need his signature and Crumpy doesn’t want to risk being disbarred. Hmmmmm. I guess no Treepers have applied for and been granted this compensation. Pity. I’d love to see the second round of paperwork, wouldn’t you?

      • skinterest says:

        Whats scary is that Bondi “tried” to get the case- can you imagine if she did? Who would attempt to interject themselves into a conflict of interest like that?

        • landaumurphyfan says:

          “Who would attempt to interject themselves into a conflict of interest like that?” Why, anyone who wanted to curry favour with the DoJ and the POTUS (or, as I sometimes call him, the POS-OTUS).

      • stormreaper says:

        That’s pretty damning, actually. It really couldn’t illustrate much better the political bias at play from the top. I bet she didn’t know they were recording it. (I hope someone records this video lest it be removed). Angela Corey said a lot of stuff way before Zimmerman was charged that also demonstrated the outcome was pre-determined. Dershowitz pointed out some of these things. Anyway, this video along with the other things CT has presented makes a pretty strong case that the justice system was corrupted by politics. I wonder if there is anything that can be done about it? How can they be held accountable?

      • Guys…watch this video again. “And there’s a purpose and there’s a reason. Trayvon was chosen and so was my family. God has a purpose on this. And we may not know what it is. But you can rest assured his hands is on this case.” What does that remind you of?

  3. richbranson305 says:

    “family says money will be donated to Trayvon Martin foundation, which aims to reduce gun violence”

    That’s an important part of the narrative they want to create, because nothing entices liberals to open up their wallets more than a plea to get on board with gun control. Sad thing about it, is these scumbags never gave a shit about this kid when he was alive and now he is worth way more to them dead.

    • ytz4mee says:

      I thought the Foundation was set up to stop/educate about “racial profiling”. At least that’s what the Trashcan Momma stated when she toured the Stephen Lawrence facility in Deptford, UK … right before she stated that she was glad Trayvon’s death could be turned into something “profitable”.

      Wait. The entire BGI Just-Us Dept investigated and could find no evidence of “racial profiling” in the incident. Woops. Do-over.

      So now we’re at “Stopping Gun Violence” ? Really? How about, educating parents on how to be positively involved in their children’s lives, so they don’t grow up to be thugs who love MMA fight videos and who tweet about leaking panties?

      • gbishop1 says:

        “thugs who love MMA fight videos and who tweet about leaking panties”

        coffee all over my desk … did not foresee that sentence ending with “leaking panties.” (Snort) LOL!

      • ctdar says:

        Foundation was indeed originally set up to “bring awareness” to
        profiling and among other areas, advocation for crime victims of senseless crimes. I guess the latter only applies to Black Victims.

        …The NAACP, National Action Network, Empowerment Movement and Rainbow Push Coalition co-sponsored the event and stated their support for the Justice for Trayvon Martin Foundation’s mission. The mission of the foundation is for:
        -Advocation for crime victims and their families of senseless crimes
        -Educating young people on conflict resolution techniques
        -Increasing public awareness against all forms of profiling
        -Enacting Trayvon Martin legislation to prevent the inappropriate application of “stand your ground” principles

        • ytz4mee says:

          $uch a $hame that Racial Profiling Dog won’t hunt, huh?

        • landaumurphyfan says:

          And, er, what have they done so far to fulfill *any* of those missions – aside from dressing up nice, appearing at events and in a commercial or two, and collecting money in trashcans? I guess what I’m asking is, What have they done that has been about *others* and not all about *them*?

    • johngalt90210 says:

      Donate to charity? Not for paying crime-related expenses? Is that fraud?

      “I certify that I have a serious financial hardship because of crime-related expenses that cannot be paid by any other source.”

      • landaumurphyfan says:

        Ohhh, good catch, John – **very** good catch! If she can afford to donate the money, why is she applying for it in direct contravention of the requirements?

        • johngalt90210 says:

          Dunno. Perhaps the actual documents obtained by ABC would shed light. WHERE ARE THEY ??

          “The documents, obtained through a public records request, show Sybrina Fulton applied for the compensation benefits”

    • scubachick75 says:

      When you create a foundation, you don’t have to prove who and what the donations were used for?

  4. waltherppk says:

    All those trash can donations from trash and to trash are sort of like “found money”.

  5. landaumurphyfan says:

    I’d be very interested to know (a) what percentage of applications for this particular form of financial assistance are approved and (b) how long the average applicant has to wait before being notified that their eligibility has been confirmed. That would give us a good handle on whether TrayMom is getting the VIP treatment or whether this is just one of those good ol’ programs where anybody who applies is given a chunk of taxpayers’ money.

    • ytz4mee says:

      The FL Attorney General’s department that deals with Public Records requests state that all information, including statistics and email traffic on the state owned server, are disclosable. The AG has already stated on the record that the amount potentially awarded to Sybrina Fulton is NOT discoverable, citing an exemption – which could be challenged.

      The First Amendment Foundation has a good website on how to request public records from the State of Florida. The standard is to pay 15 cents per page for photocopies, and they have to tell you up front how much complying with the request will cost. You also have the right to inspect records in person and determine what you want to photocopy.

    • landaumurphyfan says:

      Oh yeah, and it’d also be interesting to know (c) what percentage of applications are approved where the alleged attacker is known but before he/she has been found guilty in court.

      • jello333 says:

        I think this is gonna be big. This little disclosure about them applying for money from this fund. Several things are gonna be seriously looked into now:

        Why did Bondi approve this before all the facts were out? (Even before GZ was arrested)

        Why hasn’t Sybrina filled out the paperwork after 4+ months?

        Why does Crump apparently NOT want to help her with that paperwork?

        In my opinion, I think this one relatively small thing (worth no more than $30K max) is gonna prove pre-meditated bias on the AG’s office part. But even more importantly, the fact that Sybrina and Crump are apparently terrified to fill out the form will call their whole narrative into question. Yeah, I know we here don’t NEED this new info to realize what’s up. But the same can’t be said about the general public. This could actually open some eyes. This seemingly small event in this case could wind up blowing up into something really big.

        • doodahdaze says:

          The key is that Crump is terrified of the simple forms. He can not fill them out and tell the truth. There is section 9 to complete. But his lackeys in the media will cover for him.

        • landaumurphyfan says:

          Well, Jello, suppose she asks for the maximum allowable and let’s say it takes her half an hour to fill out the paperwork. Do you realize that’s only a lousy $1,000 dollars a minute for her valuable time? No wonder she can’t be bothered to fill it out! (Oh, and pass me that trashcan, would you? So much easier than working for a living.)

        • ctdar says:

          Should be a prerequisite to fill out some kind of form that attests to your beliefs or known truth of incident before being allowed to basically shakedown good natured folks at will; signed in front of a notary too!
          Ma Fulton, crump, sharpton & crew are stealing from Churches!!

          • waltherppk says:

            Bondi is not an honest public servant. Bondi is a fraud, shill and puppet of special interests like Crump who own her and she answers to her masters who definitely ARE NOT THE TAXPAYERS. Bondi would be the same disaster as AG in a future Romney adminstration as is Holder in the Soetoro ? er I mean Obama ? / Davis ? (who’s yer daddy) administration.

  6. knuckledragingwino says:

    Anyone notice thatbthe website for the Women’s Trial Group states that their specialties include Traumatic Brain Injury? Would not Natalie Jackson appreciate the severity of the assault against GZ and the potential for traumatic brain injury?

  7. waltherppk says:

    Natalie Jackson knows exactly what sort of conspiracy and scam and shakedown in which she has been taking part as a disinformation services provider. If she is former Naval Intelligence as is reported by Reuters, then she certainly knows precisely the kind of treachery and deceit in which she has played her part and role.

  8. indiethink says:

    In a March 29 letter, a claims analyst with the Attorney General’s Office notified Fulton that she had been deemed eligible for the compensation benefits. However, no check had been issued to Martin’s parents as of early August.

    Notes taken by a victims’ advocate who works for the State Attorney’s Office in Sanford show that Tracy Martin had a life insurance policy through his employer that paid for most of the expenses incurred from Trayvon Martin’s death. Despite that, Tracy Martin still had out-of-pocket expenses of $1,300, according to the notes in the records obtained by the AP.

    • johngalt90210 says:

      “In a March 29 letter, a claims analyst with the Attorney General’s Office notified Fulton that she had been deemed eligible for the compensation benefits.”

      Where can I see this letter?

      • minpin06 says:

        I’ve read that the info was obtained through a FOIA request. Who was the source that made that request?

        • johngalt90210 says:

          I am under the impression that it was ABC.

        • arkansasmimi says:

          I thought it kinda funny when I posted this article her yday, that it was from none other than ABC NEWS :) . Not sure “who” signed for the FOIA , but here is what article states. It was one of the very first posted yday morning. So HOPEFULLY someone within the AP is not scared to dig :) Maybe? the author of the story? By MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press
          ORLANDO, Fla. August 6, 2012 (AP)
          “Sybrina Fulton also has asked for an undisclosed amount of money from a state fund set up to help crime victims with things like funeral expenses and counseling, according to state documents obtained by The Associated Press.”

          • johngalt90210 says:

            OK, so it appears like Mike Schneider at AP got the documents. Can somebody contact him and ask publication of the documents?


            • minpin06 says:

              I wouldn’t expect anyone from the AP, or ABC to provide access to anything that goes against their agenda and narrative of anti-gunness. Seems someone else may have to file a FOIA request in order to get the documents, which I’m sure will include the Fulton application. I also think it’s quite funny that Fulton has a “stack” of paperwork to fill out, according to Crump, all the while having something like 7 attorneys representing her and the family. What the heck do lawyers get paid for if it is not to complete forms and paperwork for their clients.

              Could be that whoever the Crump team is using to monitor this site knows if Sybrina lies, and one of them swears to it, they are in a world of hurt. The Treehouse already has the magnifying glass on everything they do and say.

  9. waltherppk says:

    Sanford Florida needs to run this kind of fraudulent racist shakedown out of town on a rail just like Durham North Carolina did with regards to the architects of the Duke lacrosse scandal, because a parallel and replay of that same kind of scandalous fraud is what was engineered and has occurred in Sanford. This dose of embarrassing medicine should be like an IQ test for the community, where the people of Sanford must ask themselves if they are really that dumb.

    • allhail2 says:

      Waltherppk, all I can tell you is this. There are some people in Sanford who have decried this thing from the beginning, and of course, have been labled as racists. Now, of those new racists, myself included, most of us don’t give a horse’s hind end about that because we saw it for what is from the beginning. Just a bunch of blathering, blah, blah, blah because they (race baiters) have no way to actually have an intelligible and factual conservation about damn near anything. The first hint of disagreement is followed by “you’re a racist,” and “that’s discrimination.” Insert crickets here…
      That being said, it is sad that there are those are still terrified of being called a racist. In private conversation, there is a whole host of people who are flat out fed up with it, and quietly rely on those who are not afraid of the race baiters to carry their water. It is unfortunate they live in fear of a stupid word, but it is what it is.

      • doodahdaze says:

        Their race card is over its limit and is denied. I saw on 13 about 6 of the local natives protesting at the Tcong Memorial. 6 fools and they put it on the TV 13 News. The memorial is a teddy bear and a few Helium Balloons. One of them I think was a Female but looked like a full grown Buckwheat fro the old Little Rascals. She/it was doing some kine crazy tribal dance. This is what the Media Morons call News.

        • allhail2 says:

          That memorial thing is so frickin’ ridiculous. The bottom line is that the residents of RTL want their lives back and are tired of all the comotion and attention being paid to their neighborhood. They, residents of RTL, asked the city to remove the items because they are AFRAID of retribution if someone finds out they moved it.

          • doodahdaze says:

            What commotion? It was 6 Fools with a couple Balloons and a Teddy Bear. The commotion is the media reporting trying to stir up trouble. Most absurd thing I ever saw.

            • allhail2 says:

              Oh it’s getting funnier by the day. It goes up, it comes down, it goes up, it comes down. At one point there was some lady out there “guarding it.” I swear. You cannot make this stuff up.

              • arkansasmimi says:

                Lol where is the so called Memorial at? Is it INSIDE the complex? If so wouldnt that be private property? I mean there is the very potintial of danger with these gung ho crazed people. I thought at one time I saw a pix bay a sidewalk * that witness chick had on her FB. I was thinking then if it was at the scene, I wouldnt want that at my back door, especially if I were a homeowner. I read one article that said they had got the police/city involved to remove so that there wouldnt be coming after who ever took it down.

          • margegunderson says:

            Someone’s job is to oversee the memorial.

            Do we know if she’s being paid by the foundation?

  10. diwataman says:

    This may be helpful for those digging in further to the Bondi handout.

    Someone needs to contact Bondi’s office and ask her how they could deem Trayvon an innocent victim before George was even charged. Let’s not depend on this woman;

    • doodahdaze says:

      Strange Bedfellows…Scheme Team, Sharpton, and Florida GOP? Very strange. Add the Liberal Press. Strange Brew.

      • johngalt90210 says:

        WTF? Daralene Jones starting to wake up?

        • doodahdaze says:

          Don’t bet on it. Her programming kicks in when she approaches anything resembling the truth. Auto delete.

      • waltherppk says:

        RINO infiltrators are like a prog fifth column in the GOP and that FACT has been a long complaint of true conservatives and libertarians who know there isn’t a dimes worth of difference between a big government Republican and a Democrat …both are cut from the same corrupt cloth and are birds of a feather and any perceived difference is all showmanship for public consumption that they are in any way really any different. Behind closed doors and out of the public eye RINOS and Progs are best buddies for being pinko comerade members of the same crime cartel that masquerades as legitimate government. That corrupt pinko political machine which plays both ends against the middle has been around for a long time and it is still around don’t anyone doubt it for a second.

        • doodahdaze says:

          Well I Emailed my local GOP State Rep and asked why Bondi did it. Guess what…cricket’s. The GOP is thick as thieves with this deal. Pretty much sucks. I have been filing donation requests in the garbage. No Mas!

          • minpin06 says:

            Howie- I know you miss seeing pictures of your gal Blondie, so here ya go-


            On the top right corner of the page, there is a link to file complaints. Perhaps a Fla. resident and taxpayer would have a little more credibility in filing a complaint with Bondi’s office for her complicity in the scheme. That is if you are willing to give all of your personal info. so that you can be put on Bondi’s terrorist list. If you get caught jaywalking Corey will charge you with a felony punishable with 20 years in prison. LOL

  11. Mikado Cat says:

    Seems like nobody is just a little greedy, they can’t help going after every dime.

  12. diwataman says:

    Here you can also find Annual Report’s and a Victim Compensation Brochure

    Division of Victim Services and Criminal Justice Programs 2010-2011 Annual Report$file/VictimsCJPAnnualReport2011_2012.pdf

    Here is the application!OpenDocument

    Remember, contacting any Florida government office by email is subject to Sunshine laws but I don’t think calling is, at least that’s what it said for getting info from police records. Which reminds me, I’ve been thinking of calling and getting the connection time for W11’s call, Event Report #2012571669, but I’m nervous, lol.

    • jello333 says:

      Check out my comment above where I posted the link to the application. Posted at 3:27….. exact same time as yours. ;) How cool is that?

    • knuckledragingwino says:

      Thankyou for the links.

      I just perused the form. I can see why Ben Crump and Natalie Jackson wouldn’t want to fill this out. The requirement that the victim cannot have contributed to the crime and cooperate fully with LE is a HUGE problem for them. Equally problematic is the requirement for prompt reporting. I am still mulling the possibility that Chad was videoing TM playing Knockout Game with GZ only to have it go wrong. Imagine Chad texting or Emailing the video to his mommy or Tradaddy. May be Tradaddy phoned Crump before Serino talked to him? No wonder Crump advised him to not turn over access codes for the phone accounts to police.

  13. boricuafudd says:

    I was checking the TM foundation site and looking around I notice that all the pictures of Traydad had his neck tattoos photoshop. The video for Fathers Day is cute, it gives the impression that 30,000 were killed by gun violence. and asks that governors be contacted to repeal SYG laws as if that is the cause.

  14. chaebai says:

    Nevermind that Sabrina is money seeking opportunistic counterfeit.

    BUT… this statement claiming she is “this generation’s Rosa Parks” offends me greatly.

    Who the he!! are they to compare this woman to ROSA PARKS?


    • jello333 says:

      You ain’t the only one! And they also have tried to compare what happened to Trayvon Martin to what happened to Emmett Till. Just SICK!

    • ytz4mee says:

      I don’t know about that. It might be apropos. The entire Rosa Parks narrative was a work of fiction as well which was successfully sold to a gullible public by a Leftist dominated press. Parks was trained in civil disobediance and creating strife, agitation, media maniupulation, etc multiple summers during the 50’s at the “Highlander Folk School”, a known communist training ground. The timing of her “civil action” was carefully managed. Like Stanley Ann Dunham’s known communist anti-American history and connections, we’re just supposed to pretend Rosa Parks was some random courageous black woman from the south. Sure.

      • doodahdaze says:

        No doubt.

      • rocker124 says:

        Rosa Park only became a “hero” of the civil rights movement when it became profitable. years after the bus ride she was homeless and living in Detroit. she was mugged and in the hospitable with no way to pay for her care and the then mayor of Detroit, Dennis Archer, heard of her plight. he stepped in and paid for her care, got her an apartment, and set up a fund for her future living expenses. Years later, when she died, the next mayor Kwame Kilpatrick used her funeral for his reelection campaign. he refused to allow the former mayor or his assistant (who was. Running against Kilpatrick) to attend the funeral. it was surreal. The poor woman was ignored in life, and used after she died. BTW, proof that she was ignored during life is that when people realized she could be used as a symbol, there was an effort to put the bus in the Greenfield Village museum. It had been destroyed, so they had to find a replica. Kilpatrick won reelection, however, he ended up in jail for numerous counts of corruption.

        • arkansasmimi says:

          Thanks Rocker, I enjoyed reading your informative post.

          • boricuafudd says:

            One more anecdote on Rosa Parks, she was female member of NAACP in 1943 and they had been trying to get a case to protest the bus regulations. Rosa Parks was the 3rd black woman arrested for refusing to give up her seat. The other 2 did not have the same stature and white friends and were looked as troublemakers, whereas Ms. Parks did not a criminal record, educated, hard working known seamstress. Once arrested her first call was to the head of the NAACP in Montgomery who got the ball rolling.

            According to Ms. Parks in an interview with the Montgomery Advertiser on December 2000 to mark the 45th anniversary of the arrest, she wasn’t planning for the arrest that day but it was time and the other 2 attempts had been unsuccessful.

            If that sounds like a common prog tactic is because it is, break a rule or law that you don’t approve and go to court to try to change those rules. It had been successful time after time. So comparing Sybrina to Rosa Park is not that dissimilar in that her son was breaking the law by assaulting GZ, but GZ had a gun and defended himself, using the old standard he would have to have use “like force” and not escalate the conflict and would likely had been arrested that night. SYG is removes that ridiculous standard to victims and also shields them from civil liabilities.

            If Sybrina is successful in repealing SYG laws she will indeed be the Rosa Parks of this generation.

            • arkansasmimi says:

              I enjoyed yours too. Not something I have read on in MANY years and because of yalls post has got me to wanting to revisit. In school you only get the highlights and then what they want you to learn. Thanks again! Great Civic lessons to be learned hanging out at the TREE HOUSE this fine summer day :)

  15. akathesob says:

    I knew it was just a matter a time before the money grabbers true faces came up bouncing out of this rabbit hole… But damn did the dirt on this bunch just drop from the tree-house or what! haa ha haa love it!

  16. scubachick75 says:

    “You can bend it and twist it… You can misuse and abuse it… But even God cannot change the Truth.”

    Love this quote by Michael Levy

  17. arkansasmimi says:

    What the heck does this mean? LoL
    Tracy Martin ‏@BTraymartin9 3 min ago
    Staying on GODS battlefield 4TRAY UNTIL I DIE:-) be blessed Twitter
    from Hialeah Gardens, FL

  18. diwataman says:

    Just to add a little more context on Bondi

    Kevin Cunningham petitions Florida Attorney General at
    500,000 Signatures reached by March 20, 2012

    March 20
    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said she was “devastated and deeply troubled” over the killing. “When someone loses his life at the hands of another, there cannot be any questions surrounding the circumstances of the death,” she said in a statement.

    She said she had spoken with FDLE Commissioner Gerald M. Bailey, “and I know that a complete and thorough review of the facts will be conducted.”She added that while it is up to the Seminole County State Attorney’s Office to decide whether to file charges, “I will remain vigilant in ensuring that questions are answered.”

    March 21
    IN NEW YORK CITY LIMO (With Crump)
    6:04-6:38 Pam Bondi: “Hey Sybrina, Tracy, are you there. Hi. I am so very, very, sorry. As attorney general, I have absolutely no legal authority to take the case, and I looked, I tried.”

    March 22
    Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi worked together to appoint Angela B. Corey,trayvon,martin

    March 29
    Democrats Ask Pam Bondi for Trayvon Martin updates

    The Florida Democratic congressional delegation sent a letter to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi expressing concerns over the Trayvon Martin case.

    The letter asks the attorney general’s office to keep the six Democrats — Alcee L. Hastings, Miramar, Frederica Wilson, Miami Gardens, Ted Deutch, Boca Raton, Kathy Castor, Tampa, Corrine Brown, Jacksonville, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Weston — updated on the state’s

    March 29
    Pam Bondi deemed Trayvon Martin was an innocent victim and that Sybrina Fulton was eligible for money from the State

    March 30
    “What we care about is justice for Trayvon Martin’s family” oh “and for both sides”
    “Shot, walking home”
    “and his lawyers who are friends of mine”

    April 11
    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi released a statement saying she had full confidence in the charges.“When I worked with Governor Scott to appoint State Attorney Angela Corey to the case involving Trayvon Martin, I did so with the full confidence that a swift and thorough investigation would be conducted,”

    Bondi said in her statement. “Today, State Attorney Corey’s decision to press charges against George Zimmerman for the shooting of Trayvon demonstrates Corey’s commitment to bringing justice to Trayvon’s family and allowing due process for Zimmerman.”

  19. boutis says:

    I am not sure if this article has been referenced but it is interesting:

    “Court documents filed last week by the gated community’s insurance company show that Fulton filed a claim related to her son’s death.
    The policy has a $1 million limit on payouts.
    The Martin’s haven’t filed a lawsuit yet. But the insurance company for the HOA knows it is coming.
    In a five-page request filed by Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, the company asked a judge to relieve the insurer of its duty to defend against the claim.” …
    “”The Martins have a case against the HOA. They (the HOA) may not have a case against the insurance company,” said WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer.
    “The insurance company cites an exemption in the policy that states the insurer “‘shall not be liable to make any payment’ arising from “bodily injury, sickness, mental anguish, emotional distress, disease or death of any person, provided that this exclusion shall not apply’ to allegations ‘made as part of a Claim for Wrongful Employment Practices.'”
    “If the insurance company isn’t liable [to defend the HOA], then who is?” WFTV’s Daralene Jones asked.
    “If the insurance company is found not to be liable [to defend the HOA], then it’s going to be the homeowners association and possibly the board of directors,” said Sheaffer.”….
    “”If I were on the board of directors of the homeowners association, I might be opening up a website, asking for contributions at this point,” said Sheaffer.”

    LOL. A contribution website for the HOA!

    • mirrorkrys says:

      I wonder what the HOA’s rules are on having guests stay at a resident’s home and for how long, and if they have to be notified when others stay at their property. Usually gated communities have some sort of system. Mr Martin seemed to have moved in, did they know that?

      • minpin06 says:

        Didn’t TM say something on his facebook about moving to a new apt. with Big Boi. In most rental agreements that I’ve read, you are not allowed to just have anyone move in with you without prior permission. Many condo assoc. also only allow you to have a guest stay for no more than two weeks.

      • ftsk420 says:

        Again I don’t know if Retreat at Twin Lakes is like my community but where I live you would have to notify the front office of a guest entering unless she gave him her gate card. If she did then she could be in a lot of trouble if she didn’t Tracy would have a guest pass for a set time usually you can get up to a week at a time but I don’t know if that community works that way. If Tracy did move in then Brandi would have to register him and probably pay a monthly fee. As far as Trayvon goes I don’t think the community knew anything about him you can see from pics anyone walking can come and go as they please with no problem. I said along time ago Trayvon didn’t belong there and was trespassing on private property but unless that community says the same thing the story will still be he had every right to be there. In my community that wouldn’t fly.

    • froggielegs says:

      Typical dig at George. If I am not mistaken the insurance policy protects the Board of Directors which is why the Insurance company states that it is a D&O type policy. It won’t be the HOA that has to pay it will be the homeowners. Wonder how those witness feel knowing they will have to pay TraydMom. Especially the ones who changed their stories after being interviewed by Crump.

      • ftsk420 says:

        I would think the BOD members are homeowners at least that’s how it works where I live. Can’t even run for the BOD unless you own a home and are up to date on dues. HOA is the homeowners.

        • boricuafudd says:

          There is a least one non-owner on the board the guy from Leland Management.

          • ftsk420 says:

            Are we sure he doesn’t own any homes in there. In other communities in FL he owns most of the houses.

          • ftsk420 says:

            I think the only owner on the BOD is Cynthia L Wibker who is the Secretary all the other have address outside the community. 1240 Retreat View Circle is Wibker address. Oops if I just posted the name of a witness couldn’t remember if it was out there or not.

          • jimrtex says:

            All three members of the BOD own property in the RTL, and the mailing address is the same as the property.

            The BOD has hired Leland Management to do day-to-day management, so if anyone has a problem they call Leland Management rather than board member. If they hire a new lawn mowing company, Leland Management would like do all the research and make recommendations, and then the board would actually approve the company. The management company would handle the contracts and payments. Depending on how assertive the board is, and how persuasive the management company is, it would be hard to tell who was actually in charge. The board directs him, and he advises the board on what they should direct him to do.

            The person assigned by Leland Management to RTL, Kent Taylor was in a picture with the board members in the HOA newsletter, and the caption was misleading. It would be similar to if a superintendent of schools was in a photo with a school board.

  20. aoifecrane says:

    Holy crap…I’m still stuck on that application to run for office. What mental midget submits that sort of paperwork? Looks like a third grader did it. Affirmative action education?

    • doodahdaze says:

      Black Caucus App. They understand it.

    • Sharon says:

      Isn’t that a piece of work? And it always has to appear with an affirmative statement that it’s not a spoof because at first glance……good grief–who functions like that? A good chunk of our Congress, that’s who.

  21. mirrorkrys says:

    Since the RNC will hold their convention in FL, I think it might be the right time to really petition Gov Scott to get Corey off the case and true justice to be done – and publicize it. I am sure the Republicans will not want negative attention on the seeming corruption in FL legal circles.

    • doodahdaze says:

      Won’t happen. This was his doing in the first place. To top it off he is speaking at the convention Uggh!

      • mirrorkrys says:

        That is very true which is why I would like to see the governor openly questioned or petitioned in order to put heat on him since he deserves the embarrassment for helping to railroad a private citizen. UGH is right.

  22. 22tula says:

    Angela B. Corey and the Mean Team goes Viral….

    …and the tour continues with a little help from my msm friends.

  23. 2ntense says:

    I’m not actually surprised. I haven’t been surprised by any of this since the trademark applications. I’m still sickened by the whole thing. Not sure which god TrayMom and TrayDad are referring to….

  24. thefirstab says:

    I felt this was appropriate to post here, as it will gives a sense of “been there, done that” – the playbook is still in play; what is Crump trying to do, bankrupt the state of FL? With a little help from his friends, of course.

  25. rudy5618 says:

    I think that we are all missing something big here in terms of TMom. The woman earned over $65,000yr at her government job and probably gets child support (sidenote: her earnings make me question whether she would qualify for a government financial assistance program) yet she lived in a home that was given to her by her mother that is valued at around $30,000 in the ghetto. She sent her kids to the neighborhood ghetto schools. Who does that?? Where did all of her money go? It seems really suspicious to me. Her salary alone would easily put her into the middle class. Add that to the fact that she has had consistent employment for the past twenty years and she would easily qualify for a loan to live in a nice suburban neighborhoods where her children could have attended better schools. Yet, she sends her children to school with kids like Dee Dee that can’t put together a complete sentence. Something is wrong with this picture. This needs to be investigated so that we can better understand her financial motives.

    • minpin06 says:

      I wonder how many of her co-workers that donated their vacation time to her feel about seeing her jetting around the country, going from event to event to collect donations. That’s not how most parents that lost a child spend their time grieving.

      • jordan2222 says:

        Would be interesting if an insider got down there to find out what her co-workers are saying now and, better yet, how she will be treated when she goes back to work.

        If I recall, someone published a list of names of those who gave her the time off so it’s possible that they could be contacted by phone by someone who has time on their hands.

        • minpin06 says:

          Right jordan. Especially when she returns to work in her new fancy duds, not the off the rack Wal Mart numbers. Even if I was a Travonite, I would be pretty darn mad that someone I donated my precious vacation days to took advantage of my generosity.

    • dizzymissl says:

      Great points, rudy. Hmmmm…..

    • kathyca says:

      Rudy, I haven’t seen any discussion of her income. Can you share where you got that info? Not that it surprises me for a govt job. TIA

      • rudy5618 says:

        It got mentioned a lot in news in March but I did a quick google for you. I was wrong her actual salary is $68,768 and she has worked with the county for 23years (I was making estimates in my initial post but this is the correct information and it makes things even more suspicious).

        • kathyca says:

          Thanks, Rudy! I google a little based on your link (I’m skeptical of the examiner) and found it reported in the LA TImes, too. That article also mentions that Trayvon’s aunt received donated vacation time, as well. I’d totally forgotten about that! So, whatever happened to Auntie Yolanda?

          • minpin06 says:


            The above link talks about some of the types of compensation the Florida Victims Fund covers. One of the things on the list is they reimburse for lost wages. I don’t know what the date of Sybrina’s application was, and I don’t know when the 8 months of vacation time was donated, but I wonder if Sybrina had listed lost wages on her app. Tracy just went back to work this Monday, so I wonder if he is applying for lost wages. Wouldn’t the state take into account all the donations they are getting with the Foundation, and with the trashcans?

            • landaumurphyfan says:

              One would hope that after a person has voluntarily taken 8 months off work, at her co-workers’ expense, in order to work through her grief by travelling the country and across to the UK in first-class style, making appearances and soliciting donations…one would **hope** that any claim for lost wages thereafter would be the subject of scorn and mockery by the governing body. But this is Obama’s America and the alleged victim’s mother is black, so normal rules don’t apply.

          • doodahdaze says:

            Well, the main problem I see is that she is not a victim. To me it is that simple. Her Son is the Perp. Mr. Z and his family are the victims. They are the ones who should file.

        • jello333 says:

          You’re right in questioning what she does with all the money. But as for where she sent Trayvon to school, remember for most of those years he was apparently living with his step-mom, not with Sybrina. Of course if his step-mom didn’t have much money of her own, it would have been nice if Sybrina had thrown a little her (and Trayvon’s) way. Yeah I know…. hahahahaha!

    • diwataman says:

      Let’s not forget Traydad the Sysco Truck driver. How he got over 5 months off from there I don’t know. From looking around the nets those drives can make up to somewhere around $65,000 a year, I guess depending on how many miles they put in but I guess it could be as low as $35,000 a year as well.

      • froggielegs says:

        Sybrina was sued by the University of Miami and lost owing them, $192,587.56 she was to either pay or her house would be sold for cash to the highest bidder on 3/20/09 Go here and put in Fulton, Sybrina

        Page 5 last one on the list. click on that and when the new page opens right above where it says Parties name, click on view document.

        • diwataman says:

          But the University of Miami is listed as a defendant along with Sybrina, that’s weird. Sutton Funding LLC. is listed as the plaintiff. Looks like Sutton finally got ownership of the house on June 7, 2010. I’m having a difficult time deciphering those documents. Need another lawyer in here. But to me it looks like she was borrowing against properties and I guess she was defaulting on repayment and it finally came back at her for that total.

          • dizzymissl says:

            Wow, was she flipping houses?

            • diwataman says:

              I could be just misunderstanding it all and I’m still going through it to figure it out but it looks like her mom gave her a property in 1999. Then it looks like she borrowed against the house in 2003;

              ENCORE CR CORP July 3, 2003 $99,4500

              Then it looks like she borrowed against it again or something in 2005;

              RESMAE MTG CORP Nov. 23, 2005 $174,000

              Finally culminating in the SUTTON FUNDING (LLC) Aug. 2, 2008 $192,587.56

          • froggielegs says:

            Right but her house is listed as being the one sold if it was not paid for by that date. There are other Univ. claims against her too. Lots of stuff on Tracy also. Including ones for a Juvinile Delinquencies for one or two of his kids in 1998 and one in 2005. Kids names not listed because they are under 18 Also foreclosures for him and his wife Alicia.

          • rudy5618 says:

            If the money owed is bc of housing than I don’t see what the University of Miami has to do with it. Why are they listed too??

            • diwataman says:

              She owed them some money, not much that I could see, I thing two separate things one for $1,682.22 and another for $978.80. They may have had a lien against Sybrina’s house for the money but when she borrowed a whole bunch more on the house and Sutton Funding came to get theirs they probably saw the University of Miami listed.

              • arkansasmimi says:

                the Univ may be unpaid school loan?

                • rudy5618 says:

                  You don’t borrow money from a school you borrow money from a loan company – like Sallie Mae (pretty sure that is the biggest one in the nation). So, I still question why the university is listed.

                  • kathyca says:

                    The Univ. is a judgment creditor at that point, I think. And the original debtto the Univ. could have been for anything that wasn’t paid for by student loans. As a judgment creditor, the Univ. would have been in a secured position, and so would the bank on the mortgage. I’m thinking the Univ was named because it had a lien on the property and the mortgage company needed to determine the priority of their secured interests and/or remove the lien as a cloud on the title???

        • rudy5618 says:

          Wow, nice find. what was she sued for? I can’t figure out how to access it. Considering her high paying salary even that amount is not going to hurt that much. My bet is that is not her only debt.

        • dizzymissl says:

          There are tons of those. I wonder if that has something to do with her work.

          • arkansasmimi says:

            Doesnt she work for some sort of Housing Authority or something? Could be like Dizzymissl said, part of her work.

      • dizzymissl says:

        Truck drivers are in HIGH demand.

      • margegunderson says:

        Not convinced he’s actually back at work. Could be another media ploy.

        • arkansasmimi says:

          I not convienced either, around mid afternoon, he tweeted he was putting fresh flowers on TRAY grave. Maybe just me, found odd, unless he was working near the cem, but why go during work hrs? That would, at least for me be too emotional.

    • scubachick75 says:

      I bet she was saving her money to send her little academic scholar to astronaut school….or something like that.

  26. knuckledragingwino says:

    If Corey has an upsized copy of Sabrina’s dress, they would be dead ringers for the Duras sisters.

  27. crossthread42 says:

    Sounds all to,, well you know..
    snip> “It’s been a year and they haven’t gotten any answers, unfortunately,” Crump said Tuesday. High school football players are starting their practices again now and are doing two practices a day in hot weather, and proper precautions haven’t been put in place, “He had such high aspirations and we had such high aspirations for him that a loss like this feels like someone stole something from us,” Carlton Searcy said of his son’s death.Crump’s letter to the school board said. The high school’s employees, coaches and personnel were negligently hired, trained and supervised and failed to use proper policies or procedures to address heat-related illness,<Snip..
    ALWAYS blame the "employes" right, were they ALL white? betch'a….

    • minpin06 says:

      Once Charlie Crip allowed this shakedown artist to steal money from the Fla. taxpayers, he knew he hit the lottery in Florida. Bondi is allowing him to do the same with the TM case. It will be interesting to see if Bondi goes to bat for him once again. The beeitch needs to be impeached.

  28. landaumurphyfan says:

    A little challenge – OK, a **big** challenge – for Treeper sleuths. I’ve copy/pasted this from above b/c this thread is so long that it might get missed and I’m hoping that one of you brilliant people will be able to track down a copy of the document in question. So, as I mentioned way up above here…Remember the link that froggielegs quoted in the other thread?

    Specifically, I refer you to this quote: “Fulton’s friend filed the initial application on her behalf as a favor, but Fulton hasn’t had time to fill out the paperwork needed to process the claim, said Ben Crump, an attorney for Martin’s parents.”

    Which – unless I’m very much mistaken – means that in spite of all the above, some anonymous person has nevertheless filled out this form, presumably in some interestingly creative way (one would assume that TrayMom signed the completed copy), and since we know that TrayMom has been told that she qualifies, bless her grievin’ heart, the paperwork that she “hasn’t had time to fill out” must be “the paperwork needed to process the claim” – that is, when she was advised that she was “deemed eligible”, the AG’s office gave her MORE paperwork to fill out. And it’s THAT paperwork that’s causing the hold-up, for some reason.

    The original application form asks for details of the claimant’s lawyer, if any, but it doesn’t appear to need any signature by said lawyer. Perhaps the more detailed paperwork does need his signature and Crumpy doesn’t want to risk being disbarred. Hmmmmm. I guess no Treepers have applied for and been granted this compensation. Pity. I’d love to see the second round of paperwork, wouldn’t you?
    ~ ~ ~
    I can’t see a way to get a copy of the second form w/o a legitimate claim (or at least a claim that’s been spun to **sound** legitimate), but I have unbounded faith in the ingenuity of those who hang around these branches.

    • kathyca says:

      Just a hunch, but after viewing all the pdf’s on the website, my guess would be that the application was submitted, but that the documentation supporting the actual award, like the employer’s and medical treatment reports, have not.

      • landaumurphyfan says:

        Sorry, I should’ve clarified that I’m interested in seeing a **blank** copy of the document that TrayMom just can’t find time to complete and Crump doesn’t want to touch with a 10-foot pole. Curious to know what’s making them so avoidant.

        Didn’t the original application ask for documentation in support of the claim? I thought it did, but I really need to step away from the Treehouse and get some work done instead of going back to look for the link and getting sidetracked yet again with more stuff.

        Would they declare her to be eligible w/o seeing the documentation?

        But you could be right. Maybe she just sent in the first round of completed paperwork and they said, in effect, OK, you’re approved, but you need to send documentation in order to collect.

        • johngalt90210 says:

          “Would they declare her to be eligible w/o seeing the documentation?”

          And she certified “lost” wages that she was comped by her coworkers and expenses already paid by others? And the approval was signed by Bondi? Wouldn’t that just be so so special?

        • jimrtex says:

          Was the determination that she was “eligible” simply one that she was a victim or a relative of a victim? Does victim status depend on final conviction of someone else?

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  30. johngalt90210 says:

    I have been cruising the net looking at comments on the Sybrina seeks money from fund story at OS, MH, usatoday, etc, etc, etc and most of the comments are negative. I think the tide has turned.

    Funniest comment (yeah, I’m a bit warped like that): $IZZURP

    • landaumurphyfan says:

      Having read your post, John,I just spent 15-20 minutes reading random sites as well, and yeah, I spent most of that time smiling at most of the comments. There’s a **lot** of resentment against the TrayParents for capitalising on their son’s death. Could the country be coming to its senses?

      • doodahdaze says:

        The country yes. The media and the Communists no.

        • canadacan says:

          I can’t help but think of the quote from abraham lincoln about you can’t fool all the people all of the time

          • Sharon says:

            Here’s the full quote, as shared by Steve McCann on American Thinker, 9/3/09:

            Mr. Obama is fond of comparing himself to Abraham Lincoln and often quotes his speeches. There is one quote attributed to Mr. Lincoln that he should perhaps read carefully, particularly the lesser known first sentence. “If you once forfeit the confidence of your fellow citizens, you can never regain their respect and esteem. It is true that you may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all the time; but you can’t fool all the people all the time.”

  31. yankeeintx says:

    Does anyone know if Tracy also received notification that he was eligible? He was the one with the out of pocket expense of $1,300. He may not have had a friend available to fill out the forms for him. I also wonder if Sybrina also had life insurance on TM through work. I bet she made Tracy pay all the bills out of his insurance payout, after all TM died on his watch.

    • Sharon says:

      I’m beginning to wonder if the initial eligibility was based on their initial statements–and then (the hangup with the paperwork documenting and proving in detail their eligibility) the later investigations have perhaps already created problems for them–the little business of facts and reality is now gittin’ between them and the purty pot o’ gold at the end of the FL rainbow? Poor Attorney Crump: paperwork is hard.

    • boricuafudd says:

      As a former government employee with both a state agency and a federal one on both occasions there is life insurance coverage for your children if they are covered in your health insurance. There are provisions for coverage of kids not covered by health insurance or added extra coverage.

      Since TM did not stay with Sybrina it is unlikely that he was covered on her health insurance, specially since he was being covered by Traydad.

      On the issue of Sybrina being accepted for funds from the Crime Victims fund I was told that the local Victims Advocate is the one that makes the original determination and then once corresponding documentation the States Attorney sign of on the award.

      • yankeeintx says:

        “Since TM did not stay with Sybrina”, you are assuming these people play by the rules. I am picturing a senerio more like “if he is staying with you, you don’t need to pay me my child support, but I am still claiming him on my taxes”. TM would have been worth more to SF claiming “head of household”, even if it meant she claimed he lived with her for 12 months out of the year when he did not. We know that Tracy had some insurance on him, but not neccessarily health coverage. I think they would have gone with whatever was cheapest (my guess Sybrina’s gov’t coverage) for health insurance. I think it is quite possible they both had life insurance policies on him (they are usually rather small – $10,000 range). Heck, maybe being the great mom that she is, she even had a Gerber grow-up plan because she knew college was in the plans for her little academic scholar!

      • woohoowee says:

        Boricuafudd – your explanation of approval for Crime Victims funds may help answer the question I have about dates on this thread:

        However, IMHO, it also leads to more questions. Which SA office received the initial forms and on what date were said forms received? To the best of my knowledge, Victim Advocates do not have the authority to approve/deny applications independently so, then I wonder, which Assistant SA approved the initial application and by whose authority? What criteria for approval was implemented to arrive at the conclusion of acceptance absent (bogus) charges against George?

        Not directing these questions to you, boricuafudd, just jotting down thoughts.

        JohnGalt90210 is right, we need to see all the paperwork.

        • boricuafudd says:

          I agree the paperwork with illuminate some of this questions. As I was told the Advocate has an investigator that does a preliminary look at the request,(facts of the case, quick background check,etc) and tells the Advocate to move forward. This is to avoid having excess paperwork of claims that unqualified, a weeding out process, at this point it is referred the ASA who is in charge of the Crime Victims Fund. Once the corresponding paperwork is submitted, bank statements, days lost from work, associated cost, etc. the ASA will determined final eligibility and forward to the SA for approval and signature for release of funds.

          The crime Advocate in Seminole Co. is very well known and has received several awards and recognition from civil rights groups.

          • landaumurphyfan says:

            “The crime Advocate in Seminole Co. is very well known and has received several awards and recognition from civil rights groups.”

            I’m guessing, then, that the Crime Advocate isn’t a white person.

            Y’know, what’s sad is that before the GZ case, it would never have occurred to me to question that aspect. :-(

            Make my day, boricuafudd, and tell me I’m wrong. I really would be happy to hear that.

          • woohoowee says:

            Thanks much for your response, boricuafudd:-). Looking at it all again, the original question about the date, March 29, from the other thread still remains. The ABC article just states the forms were submitted sometime in March, but does not list a date. The same article also states a representative with the AG’s office sent an approval letter dated March 29. (paraphrasing from ABC article.) The statement which is represented to be from Team Trashcan indicates that Sybrina (with the help of a friend) submitted the forms on March 29. Don’t believe it’s possible to have it all happen on the same date. Team Trashcan manipulating again?!

  32. maggiemoowho says:

    TM’s Aunt got donated vacation time by county employees also. Unbelievable!!!

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  35. sangell says:

    Well this post just demolishes my thought that it could have been ex Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll who lay behind the selection of Angela Corey. I mean she was black, incompetent and from up Jacksonville way and still had the new Governor’s ear. Didn’t want to think that Pam Bondi would be running as lousy a ship as Jennifer Carroll but political incompetence has no party label and it is taking this nation down.

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  37. teejay says:

    I’m a brit and I remember when the circus came to london town,even the media were slightly bemused as to wtf they were doing here when there hadn’t even been a trial! now it’s crystal clear…… “guys! guys! I found a REAL racist murder, let’s get over there and attach ourselves to that!”
    to paraphrase john lennon…how do these people sleep?

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