131 thoughts on “PICK SIX”

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    Fix is in.

    Claudette is dating a judge, right?! So that means the JNC is required to include her name.

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        Watch yourself, liar.

        You speak like a fool with no idea as to how the cases in that division work. You can’t be “rarely working” when your job involves baker acts (which don’t even take place at the courthouse!), marchmans, emergency guardianships and other emergency based hearings. FYI, those cases don’t wait. You can’t continue a crisis situation.

        So you are either completely clueless…,or more likely, since you claim to be “The 17th”, YOU KNOW THE TRUTH. You know she is an extremely hard worker, you know she puts in a tremendous amount of hours and you are a bitter, spiteful loser who is so envious that it eats away at you when others succeed. So much so that you have to hide behind your phone and throw stones because you don’t have the balls (or the ovaries) to do anything else.

        You’re pathetic.

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        Claudette Vanni puts in all the hours she’s paid for and then some. In addition to working hard, she has a wonderful demeanor and her division is an extremely difficult one. Her spouse is irrelevant to the fact she would be a great judge.

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      Claudette Vanni is satan. Will hold signs up outside the courthouse if needed, to ensure that satan does not screw up the slow effort the good guys at this courthouse are pushing forward.

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      Coleman would be a perfect replacement for Marks. I’ve always thought somebody dropped both of them on their heads !

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    Did Brenda Di Orio read the Cannons… even once? She personally invited me on Facebook to her fundraisers!! Another violation!! Someone please call the SAO already!!!

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      Please do not be mean to Brenda. She was a faithful employee before I fled to Estonia. I will make her Chief Judge of the High Court of Estonia!

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    Speaking of new judges, whats the desl with Michael Davis?
    A. 47 year old guy from Margate has intercourse no less than 30 times with a 14 year old and Davis gives him a 20K bond. A BSO deputy does 5 sexually oriented snapchats with a 16 year old who’s 3000 miles away and gets a 250K bond. Anyone know why?

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    Judge Nina is Jewish! Really, really, really Jewish…

    https://www.facebook.com/JudgeNinaWeatherlyDiPietro/photos/a.1647607868895779.1073741828.1647593505563882/1649308102059089/?type=3&theater

    Do you think she cared about her Jewish heritage when she married the catholic DiPietro and was sucking up to all his WASP friends to become Judge?

    Does she go to Temple?

    Lets see the Bat Mitzvah photos…

    Quite the contrast to the photos of her daddy all tatted up and swilling beer on facebook, Some would say a true redneck from Cooper City. The pics of her dad unbuttoning his tuxedo shirt to show off his tats at Nina’s wedding were very classy.

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      It is telling that Judge Nina tells her Grandparents Holocaust story in a mail piece but never mentions it when she campaigns in the condos.. It is easier to hide behind a lie in a mail piece then have to look into the eyes of her fellow Jews, many of which also survived the Holocaust, and try and sell this bullshit.

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      This is the same Shak that was Ross’ PR man ? Interesting development, Bren. What’s Health Care Solutions ?

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      Get a grip on it Bren. You need some help in guiding your way thru this ? Steady your heart, but u gotta learn how to beat eggs before u can make an omelette, baby !

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    It’s gotta be Marty Fine. None of the other ones have his integrity. Too many skeletons in the closet for a couple of them. If not Marty, then Keathan. Will Scott ever appoint a black?

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      Martin Fein would be the best choice; great demeanor, experienced in criminal and civil, always candid with the court

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    Leave Brenda Didioa alone. She will make a great judge and when I work with her I’ll be able to bang her while at work. How sweet will that be.

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    Take a number and stand in line. Sweet Brenda is going to have all the young cops lined up waiting to do the new judge. Brenda and MZ will be sharing all the young boy cops. Threesome anyone ?

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    As the nation reeled following the killings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and five police officers in Dallas, Texas, two prominent conservative media outlets published thoughtful essays examining how police interact with communities of color.

    In The Daily Caller, senior contributor Matt K. Lewis wrote about how the advent of smart phones and instant live streaming has made it impossible to deny that black people are disproportionately subjected to police violence.

    “In the era of Facebook Live and smart phones, it’s hard to come to any conclusion other than the fact that police brutality toward African-Americans is a pervasive problem that has been going on for generations,” Lewis wrote. “Seriously, absent video proof, how many innocent African-Americans have been beaten or killed over the last hundred years by the police—with little or no media coverage or scrutiny?”

    In his piece, Lewis recognizes that growing up with the white privilege of unquestionably trusting the cops blinds people to the reality of police discrimination and brutality.

    “If there’s any good to come from this horrible trend, it may be that the scales are coming off the eyes of a lot of well meaning, if naive, white Americans,” he wrote. “My hope is that this will change public opinion to the point that we can change public policy.”

    Read Lewis’ essay in the Daily Caller here.

    On RedState.com, managing editor Leon H. Wolf also recognized how his own privilege shaped his view of the cops.

    “As the child of white parents who grew up in the rural panhandle of Texas, I was taught that police were there to help, any time I had a problem I should go to them,” he wrote. “Now imagine, for a minute, that your parents instead grew up as black people in the 50s or 60s in one of the many areas where police were often the agents of ― let’s call it what it was ― white oppression. How might that have changed, for understandable reasons, the way not only those people but also their children and their children’s children interact with the police?”

    The distrust of police in communities of color, Wolf argued, is compounded by the fact that very few cops are convicted of a crime after using deadly force.

    “I don’t think reasonable people can disagree that excessive police force is punished way less often than it actually happens,” Wolf wrote. “And that’s the kind of problem that leads to people taking up guns and committing acts of violence – tragically (and with evil intent) against cops who as far as we know have done nothing wrong.”

    Read Wolf’s essay in RedState here.

    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R), whom presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is reportedly considering as a running mate, also addressed the “everyday danger” faced by black Americans.

    “Sometimes, for white people, it’s difficult to appreciate how real that is,” Gingrich said Friday. “It took me a long time, and a lot of people talking to me, to understand that if you are a normal white American, the truth is that you don’t understand being black in America.”

    Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) also offered some empathetic thoughts on the root causes of the country’s racial divisions during a Friday interview with Fox News, urging communities to “come together” and try to understand one another better in the wake of the shootings.

    “There are huge undercurrents in this country, and you have seen it with people who have been left out, people who do not have jobs, people who don’t perceive they could have a job in the future,” he said. “These divides are not being answered properly by our country, so we’re going to have to go back at it and understand what are the reasons why we have so many people unemployed and who consider themselves to be on the outs.”

    Of course, these are just a few perspectives, and both the Daily Caller and RedState have previously criticized Black Lives Matter and the notion that police racism is a widespread, deadly problem. Last year, the Daily Caller published an op-ed by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) that claimed Martin Luther King Jr. “would be appalled” by the movement. RedState has also published contributions denying that the deaths of unarmed black men like Michael Brown and Eric Garner suggest a wider problem with law enforcement.

    But these comments suggest that the pattern of violence against black Americans at the hands of police is just too clear to ignore, even for some of the nation’s most conservative publications and politicians.

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    Now that there’s cameras in everybody’s hands the truth is coming out and can’t be covered up by ASA’s and Judges to the same degree it used to be. There’s no excuse for violence or murder. A murderer is a murderer whether the victim is a police officer or a civilian. Things are out of control. The elected State Attorneys and elected Judges and elected legislators are too chicken to lead but reform is badly needed. Let’s pray on it.

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      I agree Judges should be granting more suppression and calling out lying cops, but Satz will never stop filing DWB or walking while B cases. That’s his bread and butter.

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    Miami-Dade court services versus BSO court services
    1. Miami-Dade, very professional, courteous, helpful and a real asset to every courtroom.
    2. BSO court services, gossiping, diarrhea of the mouth throughout the whole courthouse, arrogant, rude, loud, obnoxious, but somebody hired them, right?

    It’s called mobbing when the gossip is attacking one person and can cause severe repercussions.

    But if you are in BSO court services, you are automatically right.

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    The dearth of realistic minority characters, gays, and other realities on TV, or the average drug and alcohol use that most normal people indulge in, means the media is part of the problem. U.S.A. is the incarceration nation. It all works together. Time to grow up, People. Let’s stop the killing.

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    Marty Fein is entirely committed to becoming a judge. He will do whatever it takes to win. Three days ago he broke up with his girlfriend and euthanized his dog to leave a void of emptiness inside him that he could fill today with an appointment to the bench.

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    Anyone would be upset if they were hassled 5 or 6 times a year just for driving a car. Even more so if penney ante charges followed, when white boys who were always more stoned than everyone else behind the wheel of their late model bmw’s and Maximas always were free to pass unmolested by the police. Throw in a pos state atty and a bunch of hypocrite Judges and the recipe is there for black lives mean shit pie.

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    The language of the streets is finally being heard louder than the pig whisper of courthouses across the country…..racist violence is never the answer no matter whom the perpetrator. Stop the killing, and the wholesale destruction of poorer communities for profit before we’re all dead.

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      oh stfu, more whites (almost twice as many) were killed by cops since 2015 than blacks. Source: Washington Post

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            Both you all is dum… I thought you was sayin mo blacks get stopped and/or arrested by da PO-lice ?!!

            So if dat da trooph, if mo blacks are stopped/arrested, then why is it that almost twice as many white crackers be getting shot?

            Oh so quick to play the race card – until the math comes and bites yo ass

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    I can’t find the candidates applications online. Does anyone know the link? Curious to read their backgrounds. Thanks

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    You gotta celebrate the little things. It’s still a ghost town. There’s so many empty offices. The reality is there’s barely anyone left to quit.
    Also during last week…there was a not guilty on a murder one …by a former PD. Congratulations.
    Too bad she’s at RCC now.
    When she was at the PD’s office she was doing 3rd’s (looking to do more serious cases) and asking for a little more money and of course denied both. It goes without saying not one of the favorites. Hahaha.
    In 2015, she had more not guiltys then most people had trials, she had a baby, and the office had her doing 3rds. Smart. So she crossed the street and started doing death penalty and homicides weeks later.

    Like the BSO DNA issue. Put the one attorney in the office that knows the most about DNA (and loves that crap) in the worst division in the entire courthouse. Good idea.

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    Come Get Your Paycheck Judge Prosecutor Defense Lawyer Bailiff Prison Guard Warden Police Officer Commissary And Health Care Provider

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      Give it up greenwald, your road rage gun incident isn’t going anywhere & voters are being made aware of it.

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        God I hope so! The more publicity the better! Let’s get the Greenwald name out there. Thanks for the shout-out.

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          Sure, just helping to make sure the news & media outlets are aware that the greenwald name = road rager w gun and is disliked by most of the ASAs and PDs he has worked with.

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    Give to every other human being every right that you claim for yourself.

    Thomas Paine

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    What about Greenwald’s erratic behavior? His road rage and gun incident. Not to mention he is disliked by most ASAs and PDs alike!

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    How can Dale Miller run for Judge? His wife is serving 15 years Prison for Medicare Fraud and this POS thinks he should be Judge. He also claimed indigent status when he filed yet lent himself 85K for the campaign. Has anyone looked into that 85k- I think Daisy owes back over 30 million in Fraud money! WTF- only in Broward! Disgusting.

    https://www.fbi.gov/miami/press-releases/2013/three-executives-of-south-florida-psychiatric-hospital-sentenced-in-67-million-health-care-fraud-scheme

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      Dale is a single Dad and a vet. Peak Broward to judge a person by the actions of their spouse. Clown shoes take.

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        If he’s not a draft dodger he’ll never make it in Broward. They’ve got about as many vets as minorities on the dias here.

        O Canada!!!

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    Say Dale should not be judged by the actions of his spouse. Yet he wants to be a judge and doesn’t know his wife is committing multi-million dollar healthcare fraud. Great judge of character then! lol Funny I didn’t see Divorce paperwork in Broward County either. So was he divorced in Miami, and just recently moved to Broward? What’s the deal? Ask his PD clients how wonderful he was. lol- only in Broward!

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      You are a broke ass PD and your wife is a physician who should make good money but not millions upon millions, but you suspect nothing is off…no wonder why Howard put this dim wit in the short bus division aka mag court…..

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        Little Howie’s attempt to stack the judiciary with loser PDs like Miller and Benson isn’t going very far. Hell, he can’t even stop the massive exodus from his own office while supervisors sit on their butts and don’t handle any cases whatsoever !

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      Only in Broward would a single Dad and war vet be belittled for making a bad marriage choice and somehow have it inferred that DQ’s you from the bench. It doesn’t matter anyway because Barner is going to clobber him but c’mon let’s dispel with the fiction that you aren’t a clown that hates vets with these types of absurd takes.

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        Dale Miller has as much of a chance to win as anyone else in Group 3 according to our judicial watch survey, It appears he is very well liked and respected by all respondents.

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          Dale Miller could t be elected mosquito control commissioner. He has no clue what he’s doing.

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    Her name is Daisy Miller? That was the name of a movie from 4 decades ago. One of the worst movies ever made. As for Dale, he always came across as arrogant and unprepared in court. He always thought he was a better attorney than he ever was. But, let the voters decide.

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    Now that Backman is retired is it too late to ask him about the division ASA that was living on his property?

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    Dear racists pushing race war:

    If more blacks are stopped and/or arrested as it is so often claimed, then why is it that almost twice as many whites are actually being killed by cops?

    Sorry to deflate your agenda racists!

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        Hey poo for brains, 10:10a.m., you didn’t read the post – says if blacks are stopped/arrested more often, then doesn’t the fact that twice as many whites are being killed by cops make it even that much troubling?! Oh right, just ignore the math…

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    Tony Loe isn’t going to look into any allegation that his ASA appears before judge Backman and also lives or lived on his property.

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    These signs are making me want to vote for anyone but her. She looks like a prom queen. Thats ok for her ego but doesn’t help for votes for the bench.

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    She was smart enough to have the DiPietro blend into the black of her robe on the sign, so you cant read it. From a distance it reads Judge Nina Weatherly. Poor Dave, how the mighty have fallen.

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    Ginsburg has always been a bad joke. Just another reason why Supreme Court Justices should not be appointments for life.

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      Without Federal oversight of jails Broward will continue to be as it has been, out of control and mismanaged with prison guards dealing drugs to inmates, prostitution and rampant corruption.

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    This is how Dale Miller reacted when someone tried to escape from his courtroom!

    Theft suspect is foiled in court escape
    Assistant public defender blocks path of man accused of stealing a fire truck
    |By Tonya Alanez Staff Writer
    The suspect in a fire truck theft tried to bolt from a Broward courtroom this week, only to have his escape foiled by an assistant public defender.

    Yosef Huber, 31, of Margate, now faces an additional second-degree felony charge of attempted escape, authorities said Thursday. That charge carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

    Witnesses and authorities say Huber made his move Monday morning in a crowded courtroom as Broward Circuit Judge Peter Weinstein launched into his morning docket.

    When a deputy uncuffed Huber from a chair, he leaped from the second row of the jury box over a row of seated attorneys, using one as a launching pad, Broward Sheriff’s Office Cmdr. Al Pollock said.

    Assistant Public Defender Dale Miller blocked Huber’s path and slowed him with a shoulder to the gut. Huber fought as deputies Anthony Sutera and Michael Henson tackled him. He was subdued with the help of two armed deputies, Pollock said.

    Regina Tsombanakis, the defense attorney Huber used as a launching pad, said he flashed by in a green blur and she ducked for cover. “It was very chaotic for a few seconds,” she said. “Everyone was in complete shock.”

    Neysa Sosa, the court reporter, said Huber turned “beet red” and “resisted with all his might.”

    “The guy fought tooth and nail but he didn’t get very far,” she said. “It definitely got things going on a Monday morning.”

    Monday’s incident was the second attempted escape from Courtroom 4870 since June, Pollock said. Sutera was on duty the first time, too, he said.

    The two incidents have prompted “a hard look at security issues in the courthouse,” he said.

    Huber, a long-distance truck driver, landed in jail in February after he was charged with the armed robbery of a Margate bank. While he was in jail, DNA evidence linked him to the fire truck theft, police said.

    Police say Huber nabbed the freshly washed fire truck a few days before Christmas while it was parked and running outside a Margate fire station. Authorities found “Rescue 1” abandoned hours later and about 40 miles away behind a West Palm Beach restaurant.

    Huber’s attorney, Jeremy Kroll, said his client’s actions were fueled by “a major mental illness.”

    “The events on Monday were a manifestation of that disorder as opposed to any intent to escape or commit criminal conduct,” Kroll said. He said he is seeking to have Huber’s pending cases transferred to mental health court.

    Tonya Alanez can be reached at tealanez@sun-sentinel.com or 954-356-4542.

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