30 thoughts on “EXECUTIVE ACTION!”

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      The last thing Broward needs is Brenda Forman controlling the finances!!! She tried that with her ex-hubby. She’s not qualified to be Clerk as it is. Putting her in charge of that amount of money is a recipe for disaster with a capital D.

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        She can get all the bang bang shrimp she can eat.
        Wonder if she’s lost all her money at the casino?
        And this woman is going to be in charge of Broward’s finances? Lol.
        Somebody should have their head examined.

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      Its always been the enforcement arm of sleazy Broward Judges. If you ask me, its a racket run by idiots who take their directions from bigger idiots.

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      Diaz has to be insane with jealousy. Jose- the guy that used to help him in his campaigns (because he seems to get opposed a lot) is now a real circuit court judge liked by everyone, while Diaz could never make it to the circuit bench (something he always wanted) and is disliked by so many people. I guess if I were stuck doing traffic offenses for over 20 years I might be bitter too.

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        I don’t know the whole history, but assuredly getting Jqc’d for threatening Judge Seidman was not an attractive addition to a resume seeking a promotion from the lowest court. Was there more reasons? I mean did he try getting promoted before the Jqc incident?

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        Ostrow Speaks About Airport Cocaine Arrest
        BOB NORMAN | MAY 9, 2008 | 9:11AM
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        Broward Public Defender candidate Gary Ostrow, who was recently charged with cocaine possession, told me this morning he was going to face the charges — and his own personal problems — “like a man.”

        Ostrow, in his first public statement since the May 2 arrest, also provided some new details to help fill in some of the holes from this morning’s Sun-Sentinel scoop.

        “It’s a humbling experience and I’ve taken steps to go into recovery,” Ostrow said. “Whatever price I’m going to have to pay, I’m going to be a man about it. I have people around me who are supportive, thank God, and I just have to remain to be persistent and consistent in my behavior and be positive.”

        The veteran 52-year-old attorney, who is running as a Republican for Broward Public Defender, said the arrest occurred while he was standing in a security line at the Tallahassee airport at about 11:30 a.m. (rather than p.m. as the Sentinel reported). He said he and a friend accompanying him on a trip to file his campaign papers were singled out for a search and that agents found the offending substance in a jacket pocket. He bonded out of jail later that same day.

        While it might be assumed the arrest will end Ostrow’s challenge of Public Defender Howard Finkelstein, the lawyer said he didn’t want to comment about the campaign. Ostrow, who put $200,000 of his own money into his campaign account, indicated he would challenge the legality of the airport search but said his first priority is getting his life together and personally moving forward.

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      If you examine the EMT’s closely that pick up Mr Floyd, they were not EMT’s but appear to be LEO’s in vests. Completely out of protocol.

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