Angela Corey Under Continuing Investigation….

Angela Corey RockstarOCALA, Fla., September 17, 2013 — George Zimmerman’s highly controversial prosecutor, Angela Corey, is now under state investigation for firing Ben Kruidbos, the Jacksonville Times-Union reports.

“Kruidbos received a letter from the Florida Commission on Ethics earlier this week saying the investigation was occurring,” the T-U’s Larry Hannan wrote last week. “Investigator Specialist Kathleen Mann, who sent the letter, declined to comment on the investigation when contacted by the Times-Union on Friday.”

Kruidbos was the information technology director in Corey’s office until earlier this summer.

“Mr. Kruidbos was the victim of retaliatory action by the SAO … when he was terminated from employment,” his attorney, Wesley White, claimed in a formal complaint with the Florida Human Relations Commission.

“Mr. Kruidbos was terminated for having testified (pursuant to a subpoena) before the circuit court in and for Seminole County … on June 6, 2013,” he continued. “The nature of his testimony related to the possible knowing violation, by the State of Florida (the SAO), of its reciprocal discovery obligations … in a criminal prosecution. Such a violation falls within the inherent authority of the circuit court to sanction the conduct and actions of parties and attorneys before the court.

“The letter terminating Mr. Kruidbos makes explicit reference to his testimony of June 6th … Prior to his testimony, he was a well-regarded employee, recently received a raise, and was considered a ‘friend’ by the State Attorney. But for his testimony he would still be employed.” (continue reading)

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31 Responses to Angela Corey Under Continuing Investigation….

  1. Fabi says:

    A glimmer of hope?

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  2. Rachelle says:

    Now if they will just add prosecutorial misconduct. She and Mike Nifong can go to rehab together once she is disbarred.

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  3. radiopatriot says:

    I hope he doesn’t settle for damages or something like that. He should take her to the mat. And keep her there for the count of ten.

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  4. She can winter with Lois Lerner then go play musical offices at the State Department. If that doesn’t work out, Holder can probably find a spot for her. /smh

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  5. rashomon says:

    Or find a job in Chicago.

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  6. El Gordo Loco says:

    Amongst many things about this case that bother me, one of the most fearful was stated in the Cashill interview, in which NONE of these people are being held accountable..meaning…the door is open to do it again. If somebody had done something several occurrences ago..maybe George would have had to go through this..so we can now say somebody should do something NOW so that the next person doesnt have to start from scratch

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  7. Angela Corey is one of those despicable people who just get under your skin and irritate you. It is obvious she is vindictive and power hungry. I really hope she goes down for the count.

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  8. hawkeye13 says:

    I hope they bury her and all those around her that helped.

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  9. hawkeye13 says:

    .. and take away her fat pension.

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  10. Gregg keyes says:

    This biased bigoted woman is unfit for her position. Political correctness entrenched

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  11. LegionofOne says:

    This is long over due.

    When is Judge Nelson going to have a hearing about the post-trial issues???

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  12. lovemygirl says:

    One can only hope a few of the unanswered questions are answered. My fear is they will concentrate on the wrongful termination aspects and only cursory attention will be paid to the corruption.

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  13. ZurichMike says:

    In most state jurisdictions, you cannot file a civil lawsuit for employment-related discrimination unless you have first gone through an equal employment opportunity commission (EEOC) proceeding or something similar like an ethics commission. EEOC proceedings are generally very pro-employee, but I have a feeling the Office of Ethics proceeding will try to sweep this under the rug, consistent with the “wink-wink, nudge-nudge” mentality of the corrupt Florida system.

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  14. justfactsplz says:

    This is a bit of encouraging news. I hope she is held accountable for the whole malicious persecution, her and Bernie both.

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  15. deanno says:

    This is the best news I’ve had all day.

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  16. sangell says:

    Eric Holder’s DOJ got smacked by a Federal judge yesterday too for ‘gross prosecutorial misconduct’ in the trial of those 5 New Orleans police officers. Seems Corey’s office is involved in some of the same type of conduct that the judge slammed here.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-57603296-504083/danziger-bridge-shootings-update-judge-overturns-convictions-grants-new-trial-to-ex-nola-officers/

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  17. eastern2western says:

    until I see her wearing a prison jump suit, I will not celebrate.

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