I haven't posted for a while because I've been reflecting on VMO 2016-365 reasons to vote out Morgan (McNesby). This is not what I want to be remembered for. Does Escambia County have a Morgan problem? Why, yes, it does. As a former resident and person who, now, questions calling Pensacola, "my hometown", because of the state of affairs in the city, I should not be the one to save the soul of the city. The people, who make Pensacola fabulous, need to raise some hell.
I am an educated, recognized blogger. My credentials consist of the Dean's List throughout my Bachelor's of Science program, working with criminologists, judges, authors and psychologists. I was privileged enough to be accepted into Vanderbilt University's Master program that less than 100 people are currently in. I have letters of recommendations from people with alphabet soup behind their names and I have earned my stripes with colleagues who happen to be some of the most recognized in Pensacola. I bring legitimacy, education and sincerity to the table of everything I do. Yet Sir David would have you believed I could be reduced to a lone nut who has a grudge. There is no part of that statement that is accurate.
13.1 % acceptance rating--that means over 86% of applicants are accepted. So much for your lone nut theory Sir David.
Also, please note, that I have no personal vendetta against Sir David, except for the trail of deaths and ruined lives he leaves in his wake. I said "leaves" because I am confident that Sir David will be run out on a rail or in jail by the first day of 2017. The people, upstanding and the outlaw element, have the same stories of what goes on in Pensacola. ALL THE STORIES ARE THE SAME, with respect to Sir David's involvement. Favoritism, retaliatory behavior, abuse of power, manipulation of evidence, threats of all kinds, and failure to own up to his own malfeasances as a leader. Each and every case that comes my way has these elements in it.
Why do cases come my way and how many are we talking about? Failure to address the problem through procedural or regimental avenues have been ignored, minimized or thrown out because of the layers of corruption in the law enforcement community in Florida. Where do you go when the police are the bad guys? You come to people like me who will research and document things to bring some exposure to the case. There have been many overlapping cases. That being said, there is no exact number. I deal with roughly 20 people who have been detrimentally harmed by Sir David's gang of injustice. That may not be a lot but even one is too much when you about how profoundly people have been affected by the rippling of misdeeds. People have died who should not have died because of Sir David. Marriages lost. Kids turning away from parents under false allegations. Property has been lost. People have been debased that had no malice against Sir David. Lives have been lost, earthly and publicly. That's why I do what I do. I would venture to say 1000+ people have been affected, personally, in some way from aforementioned favoritism, retaliatory behavior, abuse of power, manipulation of evidence, threats of all kinds, and failure to own up to his malfeasance as a leader.
That is my problem with Sir David and thugs. Haines likes to justify and make excuses but there is no excuse for being a sociopathic person. That is what Morgan is. The DSM IV (professional diagnostic standard; recognized universally) says sociopathy is described by just 3 of the following behaviors:
- Callous unconcern for the feelings of others.
- Gross and persistent attitude of irresponsibility and disregard for social norms, and obligations.
- Incapacity to maintain enduring relationships, though having no difficulty in establishing them..
- Very low tolerance to frustration, a low threshold for discharge of aggression, including violence.
- Incapacity to experience guilt or to profit from experience, particularly punishment.
- Markedly prone to blame others or to offer plausible rationalization for the behavior that has brought the person into conflict with society.
Suffices to say, the 1000+ people negatively affected by Sir David Morgan's actus reus (law term for behavior and intent to engage in a crime) qualifies him for the label of sociopathy. For those who might be interested in tactics in dealing with a sociopath, SociopathWorld.com is a good reference.
I pose this question to the people of Escambia County: Should your Sheriff be a sociopath?
As for me, I will be focusing on the victims rather than Sir David and that is not to say that he is out of the crosshairs. He is the weakest link in the corrupt string of scum that are taking advantage of the community. And knowing the psychological profile of Sir David, he will try to save his own neck and roll over on Eddins and the money funding the corruption. You know the saying, "a chain is only as strong as its weakest link"? Well that link is corroding as we speak.
Also just FYI, Morgan has an agenda to get re-elected and step down to put Eric Haines as the Sheriff. He's doing this because Haines COULD NOT get elected himself. Morgan is looking for higher political aspirations, possibly guaranteed by powers that be in Pensacola. So know that if you vote Morgan, you will be getting Haines. He is a PCC graduate that has no effective law enforcement training, less leadership ability (if that is possible), and no charisma. He is the excuse guy who swoops in and tries to justify the most egregious of actions by the ECSO.