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  • S Landreth
    Florida man captures gator using trash bin
    Later it was let go in a pond

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    sobbed in court

    An accused white supremacist who called for a race-based civil war online to thousands of his followers was sentenced Tuesday to nearly three and a half years in prison on multiple firearms offenses.

    Paul Nicholas Miller, 33, sobbed in court as a judge sentenced him to 41 months in prison.

    His imprisonment will be followed by three years of supervised release for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon in 2018, possessing ammunition as a convicted felon in 2021, and possessing an unregistered short-barreled rifle in 2021, prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Florida said.

    Earlier this year, feds raided Miller's Fort Lauderdale home and discovered an unregistered short-barreled rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammunition inside.

    "Miller admitted that he had bought the ammunition and that he had tried to build his own rifle in part to learn about firearms manufacturing in preparation for a coming civil war," prosecutors said in a news release. "In the months immediately before his arrest, Miller had made hundreds of internet posts publicizing his animosity towards various minority groups and his support for the initiation of a race-based civil war in the United States.":

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  • S Landreth
    Florida GOP official (Gregg Prentice) who wanted to 'end Faucism' dies from COVID-19

    An official from Florida's Hillsborough County Republican Party — which has been busy mobilizing members to protest coronavirus restrictions such as school mask mandates — has died from COVID-19.:

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  • S Landreth
    Some Florida Boys
    • Teens accused of threatening SWFL school face judge

    The two teens accused of plotting a school shooting in Lee County appeared in front of a judge Sunday morning after they were taken into custody on Saturday.

    Conner Pruett, 13, and Phillip Byrd, 14, will be held for 21 days in secure juvenile detention.

    The two teens were detained on Thursday and held for a mental health evaluation after a school resource officer at Harns Marsh Middle School was notified a student had a gun in his backpack.

    While the deputy did not find a gun, the deputy uncovered Pruitt and Byrd spoke to each other during lunch about a school shooting plot.

    Witnesses were questioned and a map of the school was found that included the locations of surveillance cameras. Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno said the two were plotting a school shooting that would mirror that of Columbine in Colorado and Parkland in Florida.

    A judge on Sunday said he believed the two teens committed a juvenile act.

    Byrd’s mother Carrie Tuller was present in court and defended her son.

    “He’s just a little boy,” Tuller said. “He didn’t think this was really serious. He didn’t think they were serious.”

    She said she will be changing Byrd’s schools.

    Both Pruett and Byrd were ordered to have no contact with staff at the school and to stay away from the school.

    Their next court date is Sept. 27 at 9 a.m.:

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  • S Landreth
    'All hail Donald Trump': Florida man goes berserk following hit-and-run crash on his wedding day

    A newlywed hailed Donald Trump before scuffling with Florida jailers during a violent arrest for suspected driving under the influence.

    Nicholas Ruthenberg struck a vehicle late Monday afternoon while driving the wrong way on a Vero Beach street and then fled on foot, while the other driver was hospitalized with neck, back and leg pain, but he was arrested a short distance away and police immediately suspected he was under the influence of an unknown substance, reported The Smoking Gun.

    "All hail Donald Trump," said Ruthenberg, a registered Democrat, at the county jail as police said he failed a series of sobriety tests.

    His blood-alcohol registered at 0.0, so police asked him to provide a urine sample to test for drugs, but Ruthenberg at that point took off his pants, spread his buttocks and stuck two fingers into his anus, so police placed him back in handcuffs.

    The 25-year-old Ruthenberg was charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident causing serious bodily injury, and he was released from jail Wednesday on $2,000 bond.

    Facebook photos show Ruthenberg was arrested the same day he was married, on his wife's 20th birthday, at the Indian River County Courthouse a few blocks from the crash scene.: -

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  • S Landreth
    Florida is tied with Texas for having the most people facing charges linked to the Capitol riot, report says

    Florida is tied with Texas for having the most individuals facing charges linked to the Capitol riot, according to a database compiled by USA Today.

    Since supporters of then-President Donald Trump swarmed the Capitol building on January 6 — an attack that resulted in the deaths of five people — federal investigators have been ramping up their arrests.

    According to a USA Today database, 47 out of the 484 rioters facing charges related to the riot are from Florida and 47 are from Texas.:

    Update: Florida wins

    Florida leads nation with more than 50 Capitol Riot arrests:

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  • S Landreth
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    Matt Gaetz

    that is a strange one

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  • S Landreth
    Florida congressional candidate accuses Republican political opponent of conspiring to kill her

    Anna Paulina Luna, a failed Florida congressional candidate seeking office again in 2022, accused her political opponents of conspiring to kill her.

    The Air Force veteran obtained a temporary injunction against William Braddock, 37, which was served on Friday. He is a St. Petersburg resident who said he intends to run as a Republican for Florida's 13th Congressional District, the same seat sought by Luna, according to the Tampa Bay Times. A hearing on extending the petition is scheduled for June 22, the report added.

    “Ms. Luna has no comment at this time due to multiple ongoing law enforcement investigations of this matter,” James Blair, a spokesperson for Luna, said in a statement to the Washington Examiner. “Those investigations are based upon Mr. Braddock’s own threats and actions, and we are confident the facts will be public at the appropriate time.”

    Her campaign declined to answer additional questions.

    “I received information yesterday (at midnight) regarding a plan (with a timeline) to murder me made by William Braddock in an effort to prevent me from winning the election for FL-13,” said Luna, who unsuccessfully ran for Florida’s 13th Congressional District in 2020, in her written petition. “I feel and fear that this is an orchestrated attempt on my life being organized and carried out by William Braddock and he claims he is working together with Ms. Makki and Mr. Tito.”:

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  • S Landreth
    Matt Gaetz Buddy Joel Greenberg Pleads Guilty, Will Cooperate With Feds

    Joel Greenberg, a close associate of Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), pleaded guilty to a slew of federal crimes on Friday, including sex trafficking of a child. He agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in ongoing investigations that could very well ensnare Gaetz.

    Greenberg, a former Florida tax collector, faced an 86-page, 33-count indictment. Under the agreement, Greenberg will plead guilty to six federal charges, including sex trafficking of a child, producing false identification, aggravated identity theft, wire fraud, stalking and conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States.

    The sex trafficking charge alone carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years and a fine of $250,000; four of the other five charges carry maximum sentences ranging from five to 20 years.

    Notably, Greenberg also agreed to testify that he introduced a child “to other men, who engaged in commercial sex acts with the Minor in the Middle District of Florida,” according to the plea agreement.

    A number of reports suggest Gaetz may be one of those “other men.”

    The Daily Beast obtained copies of Greenberg’s payments on Venmo, a cash transfer app he used to allegedly pay dozens of young women for sex.

    Among them are several transfers from Gaetz to Greenberg, including one $300 payment Gaetz made on Nov. 1, 2018, along with the “love hotel” emoji.

    Gaetz also sent his friend $900 in two separate transactions in May of that year, instructing Greenberg to “hit up [the unidentified woman].” The next day, Greenberg transferred what amounted to $900 to three young women.:

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  • S Landreth
    Four Women Tell Daily Beast That Gaetz Buddy Pressured Them To Have Sex And Do Drugs

    The Daily Beast has a doozy of a new story on Rep. Matt Gaetz’s (R-FL) running buddy.

    The explosive new details focus not on Gaetz but on Joel Greenberg, the indicted Gaetz friend and associate who used to be a county tax collector in Florida.

    The report lays out interviews with 12 women who were paid by Greenberg, all of whom said they understood the payments to be in exchange for sex.

    Ten women said they felt pressured to take drugs, such as MDMA and ecstasy, and drink as an “entree to sex,” in the Daily Beast’s words.

    And four women told the Daily Beast that Greenberg pressured them to have sex with him.

    One of them reportedly said she was plied with “an endless supply of drugs” before having sex with Greenberg and another woman. The interviewee told the Daily Beast that she “would not have agreed to” the sexual encounter if she hadn’t been under the influence of “so many drugs.”

    “I would not have agreed to the other woman being there. I wasn’t really in a position to say I didn’t want to do this,” the woman said. “I wasn’t in my right mind.”

    The Daily Beast noted that none of the women used the phrase “sexual assault” while recalling their encounters with Greenberg, and that not all of them claimed to have had sex with the former official despite the payments.

    Harlan Hill, a spokesperson for the GOP lawmaker, told the Daily Beast that “the only allegations of impropriety seem to be about Mr. Greenberg, not Gaetz.”

    Four women told the Daily Beast that Greenberg had offered to introduce them to a friend who was “a congressman.” The women reportedly said it was their understanding that the congressman was Gaetz, though they never ended up meeting him.

    Gaetz is currently under federal investigation for sex trafficking, which allegedly included a 17-year-old minor, who is also at the center of Greenberg’s criminal case. The feds have been scrutinizing Gaetz and Greenberg’s payments and gifts to women allegedly in exchange for sex in the investigation.

    A little over a week ago, reporters uncovered Greenberg’s communications to Trump associate Roger Stone seemingly discussing a pay-for-play scheme for a presidential pardon for the ex-Florida official. Part of those communications included a letter penned by Greenberg confessing to paying women for sex on Gaetz’s behalf. The letter stated that the payments for sex were extended to a 17-year-old girl.:

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  • S Landreth
    Florida family indicted for selling toxic bleach as fake Covid ‘cure’

    A federal grand jury in Miami has indicted a Florida man and his three sons for fraudulently marketing and selling a toxic industrial bleach as a supposed cure for Covid-19, cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, autism, malaria, hepatitis, Parkinson’s, herpes, HIV/Aids, and a range of other medical disorders.

    According to the indictment, Mark Grenon, 62, and his sons Jonathan Grenon, 34, Jordan Grenon, 26, and Joseph Grenon, 32, all of Bradenton, “manufactured, promoted, and sold the chemical solution that ingested orally became chlorine dioxide, a powerful bleach typically used for industrial water treatment or bleaching textiles, pulp, and paper.”.

    The indictment says the Grenons sold tens of thousands of bottles of “Miracle Mineral Solution” (MMS) nationwide, claiming it could treat, prevent and cure Covid-19. The indictment alleges that the Grenons received more than $1m.

    According to Guardian reporting, in April last year Mark Grenon wrote to then president Donald Trump to promote industrial bleach as “a wonderful detox that can kill 99% of the pathogens in the body”.

    At a subsequent White House briefing, and to the visible astonishment of experts, Trump said disinfectant “knocks [the coronavirus] out in a minute. One minute!”

    He went on to ask: “Is there a way we can do something, by an injection inside or almost a cleaning? Because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs, so it’d be interesting to check that.”

    If convicted on charges of conspiracy and criminal contempt, the Grenons could face life imprisonment.

    Trump supporters:

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  • S Landreth
    WATCH: Fat White Florida Ferris wheel operator gets a beating from crowd after he physically attacks Black mom

    A Ferris wheel operator in Florida was caught on video attacking a Black mother before being taken down by a crowd of onlookers.

    The incident was said to have occurred Saturday night at the Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market Carnival in Miami-Dade County.

    Video shared on social media shows the mother scolding the operator as she exits the ride. The man can be seen putting his hands on the woman, pushing her back and appearing to choke her. Meanwhile, one of the woman's two children are thrust onto the hard floor of the ride.

    Within seconds, a man and a second woman jump through the ride's gates to defend the mother. The ride operator is pelted with punches and kicks as more onlookers jump in to fight him.

    According to people who were at the event, the ride operator had participated in another fight earlier in the evening. It was also caught on video.:

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  • S Landreth
    Florida Woman Threatened to Assassinate Kamala Harris in Violent Videos

    A Florida woman sent videos to her incarcerated spouse in which she threatened to assassinate Vice President Kamala Harris, according to a complaint filed in South Florida federal court. “If I see you in the street, I’m gonna kill your ass Kamala Harris,” Niviane Petit Phelps (R) of Miami Gardens allegedly said in one. “I’m going to the gun range, just for your ass,” Phelps reportedly said in another. In a video dated Feb. 18, 2021, the complaint says she warned, “50 days from today, mark this day down, stupid bitch, Kamala ****in’ Harris vice president. You gonna ****in’ die 50 days from today, I swear to ****in’ God.” Photographs intercepted by prison authorities allegedly show a smiling Phelps posing at a gun range holding a pistol, standing next to a target riddled with bullet holes.

    On Feb. 22, Phelps applied for a concealed carry permit. Less than two weeks later, the Secret Service showed up at her home. After first refusing to speak with agents, Phelps soon agreed to an interview. She claimed that she was upset about Harris becoming VP because she didn’t believe she was “actually Black,” and that she didn’t like the way she held her purse during the inauguration, the complaint says. However, Phelps stated that she was “past it,” and that she had no intention of going to D.C. to carry out the plan she had previously described. “Didn’t you say we were going,” interjected Phelps’ daughter, to which Phelps immediately responded, “No, we’re not going.”

    “Didn’t you say we were going,” interjected Phelps’ daughter, to which Phelps immediately responded, “No, we’re not going.” : -

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  • S Landreth
    Florida woman who coughed on cancer patient gets 30 days in jail

    A judge in Jacksonville ordered Debra Hunter to pay a $500 fine, serve six months probation and participate in a mental health evaluation along with anger management.

    A Florida woman whose image went viral when she coughed on a customer at a Pier 1 store last year in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic has been sentenced to 30 days in jail.

    A judge in Jacksonville on Thursday also ordered Debra Hunter to pay a $500 fine, serve six months probation and participate in a mental health evaluation along with anger management, David Chapman, communications director for the state attorney's office in Jacksonville, said in an email. She was also ordered to cover the costs of the victim's Covid-19 test.

    Hunter received credit for one day already served in jail. She was arrested last June after she was recorded deliberately coughing on the other customer during an argument with employees inside the store. According to investigators, the victim, Heather Sprague, had begun recording Hunter's heated encounter with the employees. Hunter saw her and made a rude gesture before walking up and saying she would cough on her. And then she coughed on her, an arrest affidavit said.

    Sprague, who is being treated for a brain tumor, told the judge she spent days anxiously searching for a place where she and her family could be tested for the coronavirus. The tests ended up being negative, she said.

    Hunter’s husband told the judge they had faced numerous hardships leading up to the incident, including losing everything they had in a house fire, FirstCoast News reported.

    “It was like air being inflated into a balloon, and it finally got to the point where she couldn’t handle any more air,” Hunter’s husband said in court. “And then she finally rubbed up against something and just popped."

    Hunter told the judge her family has paid the price for her mistakes, adding that her children continue to lose friends, and that they don’t go out in their community anymore.

    “I watch as my kids lower their heads and turn the opposite direction, so they won’t be recognized or approached,” she told the judge. “And I know exactly what they’re feeling because I do the same thing.“

    Before ordering jail time, Duval County Court Judge James Ruth said she was struck by the fact that Hunter’s testimony focused less on how she may have harmed the victim and more on how her actions affected her own family.

    “Her children didn’t create this problem and her husband didn’t, and she talked about how it changed her world and she was getting nastygrams on Facebook and things of that nature and they can’t go to their country club or wherever,” Ruth said. “But I have yet to see any expression, or a significant expression on her regret about the impact it had on the victim in this case!”

    Sprague said the encounter left her stunned and fearful.

    “I worried for the health and safety of my children, and wondered how in the world I could possibly isolate to protect them — in a household of 12 — if I had been intentionally infected,” she said.

    She told the judge she believes there should be accountability for Hunter’s actions, which is why she chose to report the incident.


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  • S Landreth
    Florida man shot at Black women while yelling the N-word through a megaphone

    A man from St. Petersburg, Florida has been arrested after witnesses say he fired an air gun at a group of Black women while yelling the N-word at them through a megaphone.

    Florida Politics reports that Florida resident Joshua Rousseau has been charged with aggravated assault and could face additional hate crimes charges after two Black women, Keandra Brown and Renita Skelton, told police that he fired a weapon at them while they were trying to enjoy a picnic at the Clam Bayou Nature Preserve.

    According to Brown and Skelton, Rousseau accosted them while they were picnicking and called them "b*tches" and *n*ggers" before walking away.

    Shortly after, however, they saw him sailing on his boat nearby where they were sitting on the coastal park -- and this time, he yelled at them through a megaphone and fired shots at them with his air rifle.

    "A judge approved a petition by the police for a search warrant, leading police to seize a 4.5mm B.B. rifle, an air rifle and a CO2 cartridge and magazine from Rousseau's sailboat residence," reports Florida politics. "St. Pete police are also seeking permission from a judge to search Rousseau's 1980 Hunter sailboat for long guns, rifles, scopes, and ammunition.":

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