70 thoughts on “CONTINI INTERVIEWS”

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    I want everyone to freeze this moment in your memories. It’s only a matter of time until I screw up and do a disappearing act and I want to be remembered this way.

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    Question- if Hawkins and Holden both get appointments who is left besides Tate that can review warrants!? Patyl? Is she trusted to review homicide warrants now?

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        Patyl is the bizarre, nasty attitude ASA who always thinks it’s Halloween and tries to make herself look like a wicked witch.

        Oh, and the ASA who famously had an in-court Identification tossed out bc SHE pointed out the person herself.

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        Patyl is terrible at her job and a terrible person too, but let’s not focus on her because the fact that she is awful isn’t actually her fault it is the fault of Satz and Marcus. They provide their attorneys no useful training. When an ASA is hired they get a brief crash course on what to do then after that they get occasional meetings that do not provide any useful or practical information. That’s it. Other offices send their attorneys to NDAA or other trainings all around the country. This office almost never does that. Satz claims he doesn’t have to because he has people in his own office who can teach the younger attorneys- this statement is true, but just because they could doesn’t mean they do- they don’t and they never did. So you end up with attorneys who came straight out of law school, never worked anywhere else, got little training and were just thrown in to figure it all out themselves. Not a recipe for success and now, we all get to see the results. Gone are the days when great, experienced, willing-to-train attorneys filled htu, ttl, ccu, and sbu. They all left because of the mismanagement and Satz’ absurd policy of only rewarding tenure not talent, even if that meant lazy case filers were making over 100k while excellent trial attorneys were making a lot less. Now all Satz is left with are those lazy over paid morons as well as an inexperienced, untrained, untalented group. 2020 can’t come fast enough.

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    Does Vegas have a line on how many more of these we will see in the next 19 days?

    How many will do this before the year is out?

    At what point will faith & trust be restored?

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    BROWARD JUDGES WALK TIGHT ROPE ACT WITH NO NET
    AND NO SUPERVISION
    EMPTY COURTROOMS WHILE SIDESHOW CLOWNS CAMPAIGN ON PUBLIC DIME
    NO JUDICIAL ROTATION LIKE ALL OTHER CIRCUITS IN THE STATE
    JUDICIAL ABSENTEEISM RAMPANT
    FALSE DOCKETS
    JUDICIAL RESIGNATIONS MOUNT
    JCQ JUDICIAL DISCIPLINE LACKING
    AND TOOTY THE MAIN ACT CONTINUES TO BE FOUND LACKING

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    Any of these folks would be better than Contini or Lyin’ Bobby Diaz. But the bar is low!!!

    VOTE BOBBY OUT- AUGUST 28!!! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, SIR!

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    Cmon everyone if we all pray maybe we can help Michael Heise win this thing. Our oppression may be lifted. There are biblical didactic teachings that show us underdogs can and do win! Our hearts and prayers are with Michael Heise to victory!

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        Ha ha Diaz people nervous. Didn’t read the tea leaves. Has a close race. It would have been better to set aside the vendettas and grunges to stay unopposed. Hindsight ain’t worth spit.

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          Whatever the outcome it is great to have to watch him beg for votes and be nice. Groveling is so hard for him to do. It is awesome. I can’t wait for the pictures of him spending August in sweltering heat. Wouldn’t it have been easier to be nice to people?

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        Elizabeth “Betsy” Savitt out of the South County Courthouse over apparent concerns about favoritism and conflict of interest involving her husband, a judge, after an investigation by The Palm Beach Post.

        Our clerks office will fraudulently validate ‘anything”.

        https://www.mypalmbeachpost.com/news/local/chief-judge-thwarts-guardian-effort-move-cases/ZaZVtV6VF14GpUqMl3bJML/

        Out of the public’s view, Savitt lobbied the chief judge to allow her to move her cases back to Delray Beach, saying her wards would save money if she and her lawyer didn’t have to drive to Palm Beach Gardens, where the cases are now.

        She asked that her guardianships be in front of her favorite thief Judge Howard Coates, who recently ruled in her favor.

        Coates blocked efforts to remove her as a guardian in a case where her ward’s former lawyers have alleged that $400,000 of the ward’s assets are missing.

        File your cases in The JQC’s Most Favorite 15th.
        Our guy’s is C of SC a made man. He’s one of ours.
        We have free range up here. Come one, come all.
        Millions Served. ie, (Stolen)
        “Have Fake Docs Will Travel”

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        Anyone able to list which candidates are using Aturd?

        I want to make sure myself and the 20-30 or so non-lawyers who ask me for my picks Do NOT vote for any of the turd’s. In my opinion, what happened w Claudia Robinson scares me (that whole ‘mediation cases’ scheme) and that is just my opinion.

        So far – people who paid him:
        1. Mariya Weekes (or is it Maria for the voters?)
        2. Coolidge-Shitwell
        3. Kollra (too bad, he is a nice guy but now he just lost 20-30 votes)

        Who else hired him?!
        4. Heise? (did Heise pay the turd?!)

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          Cawthon
          Berger
          Heise

          Interesting that the LOSER at life, Tom Lauder isn’t writing to support Turd’s candidates.

          Tick tock….

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      Yeah, it turns out Gottlieb’s smug arrogant ‘please punch my face’ look is authentic!

      Great job by veteran journalist Buddy Nevins in pointing out how Gottlieb thinks he’s above the traffic laws 12 tickets in a short time (expired tag, no proof of insurance, speeding)

      “Uh, yes I just parked my car up on the grass – get out of my way .. I feel I am important & that attitude I always have on my face shows it”

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        Buddy is pissed that he isn’t getting paid to write illegal blog stories and that his squirly weirdo son wasn’t hired by Gottlieb to run the campaign.

        Turd, the Nevins turds and Lauder HATE successful people. Just look at them and you will see why the suck at life.

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        Mikey ran like a little girl to Litl Red when the Fink and Red were at loggerheads over Judge Aleman. Then he tried to distance himself from squealing. Don’t have much respect for the guy and certainly wouldn’t vote for him. He’s been running around kissing butt for years. Now he wants to suck at the public trough. He’s a little squeeze that needs to be shown the door by voters. Another punk lookin for a steady paycheck on the taxpayer’s back. Pay your tickets and faceup to your responsibilities.

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        As his private practice winds down, he’s looking to get on the public feed. That’s all. He’s a twerp chasing public service chicken feed with benefits.

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          His financial disclosure would indicate the pension associated with public service and corresponding security for his golden years may not be an unattractive side benefit given his current apparent investment strategy portfolio.

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          Most of us seeking to be Broward judges are doing so because it represents a big pay raise, free secretary, insurance and the absents of any answerability to any supervision.
          The truth is the truth. The problem continues to be what it is. They’ve destroyed the practice of criminal law so this is what we’re left with: more petty bureaucrats coming from State Paid Jobs looking for an increase in pay and losers with no practice to speak of looking for the same.

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          No, I’m the private practice loser looking for the huge judicial jackpot. And get your facts straight. I was able to earn $800.00 per month, not $500.00. Times were tough. I was going to step up to a more profitable job delivering pizzas but then I was saved by the last hope of the unemployable lawyer. Litigation director of the ORCC. Great job for someone who never tried a single jury trial! Now I’m ready to be a judge. Vote Kaplan. Who needs experience?

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    CAPTAIN JUSTICEThursday, August 09, 2018 4:09:00 PM

    If you have been following the Manafort trial, then you have been entertaining yourself with the daily outbursts by trial judge T.S. Ellis.
    Most recently he lambasted the AUSA (with the jury in the courtroom) for permitting an expert witness to sit in the courtroom during other witness testimony. Today, the judge actually had to apologize to the government, and he did so in front of the jury.

    Here is the story:

    The latest development is that, today, when the Judge realized he had made a “mistake” in admonishing the AUSA in front of the jury for having their expert in the courtroom, the judge actually apologized today to the jury:

    The judge presiding over Paul Manafort’s bank and tax fraud trial apologized Thursday for flipping out on prosecutors in front of jurors during testimony of an expert witness the day before.

    Virginia federal Judge T.S. Ellis instructed jurors to dismiss his angry outburst a day earlier and admitted he was wrong.

    “Put aside my criticism,” the red-faced jurist told the panel, adding: “This robe doesn’t make me anything other than human.”

    Manafort prosecutors say judge’s harsh words hurt their case
    Ellis lost his cool at the start of IRS Special Agent Michael Welch’s testimony, after the witness, who was testifying for the government, said he had been in the courtroom for some of the trial.

    In a heated exchange with Assistant US Attorney Uzo Asonye, the judge insisted he had never authorized Welch to watch the trial — which Asonye challenged.

    “Appreciate it, your honor,” Asonye said, according to court records. “We’ll check the transcript but we believe that we said case agent and expert witness [were allowed].”

    “Well let me be clear: I don’t care what the transcript says,” Ellis snapped. “Maybe I made a mistake. But I want you to remember, don’t do that again. When I exclude witnesses, I mean everybody. Now, it may be that I didn’t make that clear. It may be that I did allow this, but don’t do it in the future.”

    Witnesses typically are barred from sitting in the courtroom, except in the case of certain expert witnesses like Welch, or unless specifically approved by the judge.

    Asonye was allowed to continue questioning Welch — who went on testify that Manafort didn’t report at least $16 million on his tax returns between 2010 and 2014 — but prosecutors worried that the damage had already been done.

    They filed a motion Thursday saying the tongue-lashing could be prejudicial to their case — and asked for the judge to explain that he had been wrong.

    “While mistakes are a natural part of the trial process, the mistake here prejudiced the government by conveying to the jury that the government had acted improperly and had violated court rules or procedures,” prosecutors wrote.

    They argued that the flare-up could lead jurors to not find Welch’s testimony credible — or, worse, assume the government was trying to “secure an unfair advantage” by having him in the courtroom.

    Ellis, who cracked jokes with potential jurors during jury selection, has ripped prosecutors in Manafort’s trial before for a gamut of issues, including the pace of their questioning, for making repeated references to Manafort’s lavish wardrobe expenses and even for rolling their eyes.

    Wednesday was no different, as the judge nitpicked over the amount and type of charts that prosecutors could use during the testimony of an accountant.

    “Judges should be patient. They made a mistake when they confirmed me. I’m not very patient, so don’t try my patience,” said Ellis, who was appointed to the bench by President Ronald Reagan.

    And yet, that’s nothing as complained to the frauds in the local circuit courts.

    Cap Out …..
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        All part-time Broward judges pumping the machine. Broward is full of them. Empty courtrooms and hide and seek judges. Broward is full of them. Take a walk around and see if for yourself.
        Meanwhile Tooty thinks we need more judges. Go figure.

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    The Deep state is trying to censor Q, they are talking down the sites and doing whatever they possibly can to stop the truth movement, not just with Q but with other sites.

    The Investigations Come Into The Light, From Dark To Light .

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      The creature culture has Broward fully entrenched in crimes.
      Blue zones don’t see the title wave yet.
      They seem to create history, (the group) fails to read it.
      The Condo Voting Block Supports Parasites.

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      Oh man .. that will be so effing funny. If Gottlieb not only loses the election but earns a reputation in the process as being a “dirtbag 12 ticketed can’t afford insurance” loser

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      GOT DEBT ? CANT AFFORD INSURANCE? CONSOLIDATED DEBT SERVICES MAY BE ABLE HELP YOU.
      SPECIALISTS IN POLITICAL FAILURES AND BAD DRIVING RECORDS

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    Mike Satz has been warned multiple times by different people about salary issues, a supervisor who is so poisonous he’s lost them several capable lawyers, and the fact that Patyl is a narcissist who shouldn’t be trusted to care for a houseplant. It all hitting the fan at the same time proves God has a sense of humor.

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    BROWARD JUDICIAL RESIGNATIONS
    JQC INVESTIGATIONS
    EMPTY COURTROOMS
    FAKE DOCKETS
    HIDE AND SEEK JUDGES
    HOLLOW AND REPEATED APOLOGIES
    JUDGES CAMPAIGNING DURING WORKING HOURS ?
    NO JUDICIAL ACCOUNTABILITY
    NO JUDICIAL ROTATION
    NO ANSWERS

    AND TOOTY IS SINGS THE SAME TUNE

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    You can tune into the clown show in broward courts at least three days a week. Just choose your favorite clown and enjoy the show.

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    Nothing new. Pay for play is normal and accepted.
    Just a lower dimension of a wide spread problem.
    Its a WW project.
    House of cards.

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    Vegina “Gina” hawkins, girl your momma gave you a cunt name and you lived up to it, why you trying to be Italian for the voters ?

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