Giddy Up ! Ben Kruidbos Lawyer, Wes White, Fires Shot at Angela Corey and Bernie De La Rionda

Pucker up – Here we go. Smoke em’ fast and fix bayonets, because we are fixin’ to join Team Ben full-on Wolverine against the SAO in Jacksonville Florida. Ben’s attorney, former State Prosecutor, Wes White, fires a flare shot based on last nights HLN interview.

Wes White

Ms. Corey:

You and Mr. de la Rionda have violated your oaths of office and denigrated the very Constitution you swore to uphold and defend. You have assailed and undermined both the right to trial by jury and the finality and dignity associated with a jury verdict.

For you to label George Zimmerman, an acquitted defendant, as a “murderer” at this juncture is reprehensible and irresponsible, can only breed contempt for our system of justice and the rule of law, and may very well lead to civil unrest. For Mr. de la Rionda, to suggest that exercising one’s 5th Amendment privilege lacks courage (by not testifying as a defendant in a criminal trial) belittles and demeans a sacred constitutional right.

It is time for you both to step down before you further embarass the Bar and the people of the 4th Circuit, and before you are removed from office.

Wes White

To quote a Miami-Dade LEO:

…. I don’t want to say much about that, except to say: you damned sure don’t want those CTH folks on your ass”…

Ben kribidbos

Well, if Corey wants to start tearing down or destroying people, just because she is corrupt and unlawful, she’s going to get a supernova of sunlight.   And we’ll start with the managing director of the State Attorney’s Office. Ms. Cheryl Peek. The corrupt crony.

When they canned Ben for telling the truth, they sent him a letter (outlined below)

[…] The letter contended Kruibos did a poor job overseeing the information technology department, violated public records law for retaining documents, and noted he was questioned in March when the office was trying to determine who had leaked personnel information obtained through a computer breach.

In an interview Friday, Kruidbos denied the allegations in the letter, which was written by Cheryl Peek, the managing director of the State Attorney’s Office.

He said he had acted in good faith about “genuine concerns.” He said he had been proud to work at the State Attorney’s Office and feared the letter would cripple his chances at finding another job to support his family, including a 4-month-old son. (link)

Ms. Cheryl Peek was forced out of the State’s Attorneys office 20 years ago for her role in corruption tactics similar to what has been seen in the Zimmerman Trial. In 1990 She engaged in “profiling”, illegal state manipulation, of a Grand Jury Pool:

Peeks 1

Peek 2

Here is the full case doc. Which outlines the jury manipulation taken by Cheryl Peek that led to her removal from the State’s Attorney’s Office. Obviously, “birds of a feather do flock together”, as Angela Corey puts Ms. Peek in a position to be Managing Director of her office.

Peek is like the ‘Pay for Manipulative testimony’ Medical Examiner from Jacksonville, Dr. Valerie Rao (aka Valorie Rao), who is another Corey tool in the SAO.

And this is the discharge letter Ms. Peek sent to Mr. Kruidbos:

Cheryl Peek and Angela Corey

Cheryl Peek (left) and Angela Corey 2010

Here is why Ben is considered a risk to the State’s Attorney Office:

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219 Responses to Giddy Up ! Ben Kruidbos Lawyer, Wes White, Fires Shot at Angela Corey and Bernie De La Rionda

  1. zephyrbreeze says:

    It’s happening. Two teens with a “Free Zimmerman” bumper sticker were murdered by a group of black youth in the Golden Corrral parking lot in Jacksonville. Multiple witnesses. One person in custody,

    http://topconservativenews.com/2013/07/teens-with-free-zimmerman-bumper-sticker-slaughtered-in-jacksonville/

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  2. Moishe Pipik says:

    Read the article directly in the Orlando Sentinel:

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/os-george-zimmerman-doj-investigation,0,4338518.story

    It’s hard for me to imagine the U.S. Government wasting _my_ money (I’m a “true” taxpayer–i.e., I pay MUCH more than US Budget / Population in Federal Income Taxes) to solicit “tips” from people in the attempt to build a case against one single individual, especially an individual who was just found “not guilty” in a court.

    Compare this to the several dozen tips I sent the FBI (using their online form) detailing explicit, credible threats to kill George Zimmerman or the Jurors I found on Twitter and Facebook. I haven’t seen one arrest over those crimes.

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  3. partyof0 says:

    I don’t know how long Ben has been with the SAO, but if he was in good standing for a “while”, a good civil attorney should be able to make mintz-meat out of that Office…

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  4. Jim says:

    He just had won some merit award

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    • partyof0 says:

      He could have actually been a “Scape-Goat” to blame when it came down to serious discovery infractions….ie…”Our IT guy should have informed this Office of any phone discrepancies!!!”…he would be where he’s at now…just a little later….

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  5. PeruvianMom says:

    MSNBC making not so subtle suggestions to their viewers:

    “Not until, and unless, the number of white kids die that approximate the numbers of black and other kids who die, will America see. It’s beyond logic.” – Michael Eric Dyson, on MSNBC

    http://www.ijreview.com/2013/07/65871-the-insanity-continues-msnbc-contributor-says-more-white-kids-need-to-die-for-america-to-understand-racism/

    PS. We’re out doing Neighborhood Watch, getting CCW permits, and supervising our kids so they don’t end up victims of crime.

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    • Serpentor says:

      I feel shame that I ever listened to Michael Dyson. That’s it, he’s on my list

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      “Do you know that Negroes are 10 % of the population of St. Louis and are responsible for 58% of its crimes? We’ve got to face that. And we’ve got to do something about our moral standards.” DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. 1961

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    • Partyzant says:

      You are doing the right thing.
      Remember, it is not the expensive weapon that matters, find what is comfortable to carry.
      Find what you can afford to practice with (a lot and a lot).
      I hear KelTec makes some combat tested pistols (!) for not a lot of $$$$$.
      Maybe KelTec would consider a George Zimmerman signature edition model of the PF9? I’ll bet they would sell and sell out quickly…. perhaps a portion of proceeds to GZ to help defray the costs imposed by the fascist forces arrayed against him?
      I’d say GZ has a path ahead as a speaker at gun shows and events across the country. The masses out there support HIM, not lawlessness and chaos.

      http://www.keltecweapons.com/our-guns/

      for disclosure, I do not own one of these, but I know a Police Officer who thinks enough of it to carry it as his backup sidearm. if he trusts it, so do I.

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  6. angel says:

    Jury B37 is getting crucified today. I have seen tweets where some have said she deserve to be raped, killed, they have accused her being the wife of Mark NeMane, have gotten her book publishing deal rescinded (so it is being said), she already had her mind made up, etc. Her CNN interview seems to be additional fodder for this. Praying for her and hopefully the other jurors will see what is being done and just keep silent for awhile, if not for the rest of their lives .

    It so telling that had this verdict been what Guilty B37 a hero to this same people. This type of thinking is imind boggling.

    Anyway, I think I need a cognitive disconnect. Starting to read “The Seven Daughters of Eve” tonight. That should do it.

    Act in love and pray for peace.

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    • Mr. Izz says:

      So she made up her mind before discussing it with the other jurors…. but that is ground to kill her because she wasn’t the one juror that right up front said he deserved 2nd degree murder? She sat there for weeks, thought about it all night, and came to her own conclusion BASED ON FACTS, that George was innocent.

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  7. Marina says:

    If Pam Bondi had any integrity, she would be pursuing hate crime charges against those who created the false narrative because of Zimmerman’s race and those who threaten the Zimmerman family with violence.

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  8. Unicron says:

    Isn’t it high time that Joe Oliver, Anthony Woodson, whoever the bouncer friend was, the mentored brothers’ mother WITH her two kids, the black girls who grew up with George, the black girl he took to prom… his Hispanic neighbor… and any and all others including Mrs. Dilligard if she’s feeling better, to make an appearance together on one or more major news networks to get the message out that George is no racist and is himself a “person of color”, a Hispanic man, and was PROTECTING many black neighbors in his role as neighborhood watch? Pointing out that he has a gay brother and was very supportive of Robert when he came out, also?

    This “department of justice should bring charges” meme is so stupid… it would’ve been one thing if it was some stupid pipe dream idiots on Twitter were talking about amongst themselves… the fact that the DOJ itself has in ANY way dignified this with a response is amazingly, breathtakingly depressing about the state of our nation.

    It’s time for the minorities in GZ’s life to grow a spine, most of them other than Joe Oliver, Anthony Woodson and Mrs. Dilligard were complete cowards when he was being destroyed on a national level.

    Lesson learned last time, I would hope and think… time to spine up and defend George.

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    • MariaInNJ says:

      Anyone have any info if Al Sharpton every repaid the lawsuit he lost on defamation with the Tawana Brawly case? I’m not good at research or I would contribute. Then there was also Duke LaCrosse. I was a bit too young to remember both, but a coworker reminded me of them. I just despise them all.

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      • Mr. Izz says:

        I thought I read this information recently. In the Tawana Brawly case he owed something like $65,000. He did not repay the money for the lawsuit; however, others paid it for him or on his behalf. I am not sure about the Duke LaCrosse side of things though.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I read somewhere today that Sharpton refused to pay it, so his supporters paid it.

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      • rashomon says:

        Interestingly, the Sharpton supporters who paid the $65,000 included lawyers Percy Sutton, who solicited recommendations for Obama’s entry to Harvard Law School and stated that Islamist Khalid al-Mansour paid Barack’s tuition, and Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. of O.J. Simpson fame. I also believe Harvard received many millions from House of Saud prince Alwaleed to endow chairs and departments advancing Islamic studies shortly before Obama decided to run for president.

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      • ctdar says:

        Sharpton never repays his debts or fines yet he’s not in prison.
        Go figure.

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  9. John Galt says:

    I think a petition to boot Angela Corey out of office might get a lot of support — from both sides.

    Some Traybots think she blew the case, either intentionally or through incompetence.

    Sample tweets in twitter stream linked below:

    https://twitter.com/rashid7053

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  10. Mr. Izz says:

    Radio host Tom Joyner is offering Rachel/DD a full ride scholarship to college. Unfreakingbelievable. Forgive me, I’m going to go throw up.

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  11. unitron says:

    Kruidbos picked the wrong lawyer.

    Yes, he should have gotten one from outside the prosecutor’s office that was not drawing a state paycheck and wouldn’t be part of throwing him under the bus if they ever thought it necessary.

    No, he should not have gotten someone who used to work there and has his own issues with them.

    That just gives them ammunition to use against him.

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  12. JAS says:

    This is all about the “domino theory”. Start a fire under some peoples butts and they will start giving everybody else up. So much so you will have to slap them across the face to shut them up. It happens every time. I would start with Ms. Peeks’ assistants, the lower level folk. The water cooler, etc. Stealth, and attention to the lower folk always works. It just takes one unhappy camper to get the ball rolling. Then light the fires and watch how the upper level folk start spilling the beans.

    I’ll be glad to help. I have time, just let me know what I can do.

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  13. Social Engineering: the act of influencing a person to accomplish goals that may or may not be in the “target’s” best interest.

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  14. styro1 says:

    It’s obvious that BDLR and Corey are unethical. Ben Kruidbos had asked BDLR what he was going to do with the extracted material from the bin file and BDLR replied “they can only give the defense the bin file, by the way how much does the Cellebrite extraction software cost?” and was told $8000. If BDLR were do do his ethical duty he would have given the defense team the bin file and what they had extracted from it and if the defense wanted to further look into the bin file they could pay the $8000 Cellebrite cost. Why would BDLR say they could only give the bin file to the defense? The state extracted the data from the bin file, if they had not, then only giving the bin file would have been perfectly ethical once the extraction occurred they had a duty to provide the defense with everything. Kruidbos believed this to be a violation and reading the pertinent chapters below for discovery rules in Florida made the correct decision to seek outside counsel.

    CRIMINAL DISCOVERY IN FLORIDA :
    VII. STATE’S DUTY TO DISCLOSE
    The prosecutor is obligated to disclose and permit defense counsel to inspect information in the state’s control. The applicable rule requires disclosure, as well as an opportunity to review. If the state fails to discharge its duty in this regard, the trial court must make an inquiry into the circumstances of the discovery violation. Carter v. State, 665 So.2d 1112 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996); Fla.R.Crim.P. 3.220(a).
    IX. CONTINUING DUTY TO DISCLOSE
    A. Under the continuing discovery obligation, it is incumbent on the State to disclose newly discovered evidence to the defense. Absent such disclosure, when the violation is brought to the judge’s attention, the court is required to conduct a complete Richardson hearing and provide a full record for appellate review. Barrett v. State, 649 So.2d 219, 222 (Fla. 1994).

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