Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Tale of Another Forgiven Prince Part 6 - No Investigation?

Last week I chronicled the tale of a Prince of Pensacola, the brother-in-law to the Mayor being arrested for his alleged actions that resulted in two (2) misdemeanor charges against him by a Pensacola Police Officer.

Snowflake-Arrest

We saw how he acted when arrested in the body cam videos of the arresting officers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sA3s2qg8TwA&feature=youtu.be

We read his responses to my questions regarding the matter and how he called the Mayor about the incident but only to ask that no action be taken.

We saw the speed at which the charges were subsequently dropped.

But two of my questions beg to be repeated with their answers from the Mayor's brother-in-law.

When asked to answer a few questions regarding the alleged incident, Special Snowflake stated:

1.  Did you in fact act as indicated and make these statements to the officer? 

No.

  2.  If not, do you contend the officer falsely accused you?  


I choose to give the officer the benefit of the doubt and assume she was simply mistaken about what occurred.

So let's see.  Special Snowflake denies putting his window down and making the statements to the officer.  

She was simply mistaken about what occurred?  She mistakenly remembers your F-BOMB tirade, that you "redisplayed" as you were being arrested?

She mistakenly remembers you failing to stop as you allegedly sped off while she was memorizing your tag number?

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Community

Making a false statement in an arrest report is a crime.

This Mayor who just spent tens if not hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on a witchhunt investigation as to whether rental car upgrades occurred and unwritten procedures were broken.

But his own Brother-in-Law states in writing that an officer lied in an arrest report and what actions does he take...NONE.

This Mayor has a public statement from his sister's husband that a Pensacola Police Department officer caused him to be embarrassed by being arrested in front of a building full of his clients and what actions does he take...NONE.

A partner in one of the City's most prestigious law firms has the PPD scouring through their offices looking for him, arresting him in their parking lot while their entire employee base is watching out the window and what actions do they take encourage him to take...NONE.

One of two things happened:

  • A Pensacola Police officer while working traffic on a Wednesday night just randomly picked a car that was passing by, decided to make up the verbal tirade of a random driver and trumped up some charges for no reason whatsoever for giggles
or
  • Everyone who has ever met this Special Snowflake knows that his responses to me were false and his alleged actions sound exactly like something he would say and do and, but for his name, a good attorney and his family members, he would have had to proceed through the judicial system like anyone else.

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Community...Draw your own conclusions.

I conclude there is a very Special Snowflake in Pensacola.

I'm not done with this one.  Time for some public records requests.

1 comment:

NotaGOB said...

Special Snowflake Syndrome
A malady affecting a significant portion of the world's population wherein the afflicted will demand special treatment, conduct themselves with a ludicrous, unfounded sense of entitlement, and generally make the lives of everyone around them that much more miserable.

The danger of this disease is that the sufferers rarely, if ever, know that they have contracted it, and continue about their merry way under the assumption that EVERYONE ELSE is the problem.

This condition, if left untreated, can radically alter the carrier's demeanor, to include any of the following: a complete devolution to child-like behavior, temper tantrums, and/or fits of narcissistic rage.

When confronted with an individual suspected of harboring Special Snowflake Syndrome, one's best course of action is to run away. Further attempts at educating the carrier on the reality of their condition (e.g., quoting Tyler Durden: "You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. You're the same decaying organic matter as everything else.") will likely prove futile, and potentially hazardous to the informer.