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Great Story! Finch Fights Back: Supporters Hold Rally At The Capitol For Suspended Sheriff

Great Story!!! - Finch Fights Back: Supporters Hold Rally At The Capitol For Suspended Sheriff

Posted by Administratorin News, Top Stories
Thursday, June 20. 2013

Nick Finch is fighting back after his recent suspension as Liberty County Sheriff and June 4 arrest for official misconduct.

As previously reported, Finch is accused of destroying documents following the arrest of a Liberty County man charged with having a concealed weapon without a permit. Finch says he believes in Second Amendment rights and felt the man never should have been charged.

Supporters gathered at the plaza outside the Capitol building in Tallahassee Friday morning for a rally in support of Sheriff Finch. The event was organized by Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate, Adrian Wyllie.

Read more: http://www.thecountyrecord.net/archives/3357-FINCH-FIGHTS-BA...

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Ah, the old

Herman Cain tactic, nein, nein, nein.

Hey: "It's A Big Idea, A Knew World Order ~ George H.W. Bush

Welcome to hell on earth..

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How does the Governor have the authority to suppend a Sheriff?

The duly elected sheriff of a county is the highest law enforcement official within a county. He has law enforcement powers that exceed that of any other state or federal official.
Bighorn County Sheriff Dave Mattis spoke at a press conference following a recent U.S. District Court decision (Case No. 2:96-cv-099-J (2006))

In the backwards Bizzaro Rothschld monitary world

A sherrif who upholds his oath not to violate the constitution is criminalized. Same tactic used by the military and gov. Got to get the individual submitting to immoral acts. Then when they require the ultimate immoral act of obediance no problem the debt slave will respond.