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UPDATE ON THE PROBE OF FLORIDA PRISONS
----- Original Message -----
From: Kay Lee
To: MTWT FDOC Update
Sent: Saturday, October 22, 2005 1:08 AM
Subject: UPDATE ON the Probe of Florida Prisons

    UPDATE ON the Probe of Florida Prisons

    FBI and FDLE investigations of illegal activities in the Florida Department of Corrections continues.  If you aren't sure of all the allegations about the department, I've been posting everything on

    Allen Clark's
    http://www.angelfire.com/oz/today/acclark.html
    and James Crosby's
    http://www.angelfire.com/oz/today/jamescrosby.html
    webpages.

    As a result of all the information prison workers have conveyed to us, MTWT has been included in two news reports in the past couple of day.
    1. A video on FOX 30 WAWS News.
    Florida prison guards facing jail time
    Inmates aren't the only ones in Florida prisons with a history of crime.
    http://www.fox30online.com/mediacenter/?videoId=2287

    2. and an article in the Palm Beach Post
    Florida prison system probed
    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/state/content/state/epaper/2005/10/19/m1a_doc_1019.html

    I want to thank everyone who has helped thus far in the investigation.  As webmistress for MTWT, I have to apologize for being behind in posting everything to the site. I have been so overwhelmed with new and excellent leads that I had to find a faster and more efficient method to transfer it to the reader. To achieve that end, we have created a forum where everyone can insert information, voice complaints, offer suggestion; file rebuttals, give a defense and carry on a discussion about anything in the Florida Department of Corrections (FDOC). This will eliminate the waiting time for information to be displayed on the MTWT site. Everyone can share information more quickly and the information will be closer to real time. We believe this will enable readers to form enlightened/educated opinions.

    We understand that there is a real risk of retaliation when an officer, family member, or prisoner tries to report an errant guard's behavior.  Therefore, every precaution is made to safeguard anonymity for those who need it.

    We pray that all people within the FDOC, including Staff, Inmate, Administration, Visitors, News Media and Public Voices be heard with an equal volume here! http://floridastateprisons.net/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl

    There is so much more criminal activity yet to uncover for real reform to take place. We continue our plea for information that MTWT, the media, the FBI or FDLE can investigate. If you can share information for the probe into Florida's prisons you can contact me:

    Kay Lee
    kaylee1@charter.net
    2683 Rockcliff Road Southeast
    Atlanta Georgia 30316
    404-212-0690

    Or contact the following media people.  They are definately interested in what you have to say.
    Steve Bousquet, SP Times <bousquet@sptimes.com>
    Marc Caputo Miami Herald <MCaputo@herald.com>;
    Karen Voyles, Gainesville Sun <voylesk@gvillesun.com>;
    Joe Follick, Tampa Tribune <jfollick@tampatrib.com>;
    Bill Cotterell, political editor, Tallahassee Dem. <bcotterell@tallahassee.com>
    S.V. Date, Palm Beach Post svdate@att.net
    Kathy Johnson, Bradford County Times  tcnews@gtcom.net
    Crystal Cameron WMBB TV ccameron@wmbb.com

    Or you may contact FDLE
    Phone: 1-850-410-7000
    FDLE Public Info <info@fdle.state.fl.us>

    or The FBI Federal level.
    Department of Justice
    Criminal Division
    Office of special Investigations
    Attention: Eli M. Rosenbaum, Director
    10th & Constitution Avenue, NW
    John C. Keeney Building, Suite 200
    Washington, DC 20530
    Phone: (202) 616-2492
    Fax: (202) 616-2491
    Criminal.Division@usdoj.gov

    or FBI Local level.
    FBI Jacksonville
    Suite 200
    7820 Arlington Expressway
    Jacksonville, Florida 32211-7499
    jacksonville.fbi.gov
    (904) 721-1211  FBI North Miami Beach
    16320 Northwest Second Avenue
    North Miami Beach, Florida 33169-6508
    miami.fbi.gov
    (305) 944-9101  FBI Tampa
    Room 610, FOB
    500 Zack Street
    Tampa, Florida 33602-3917
    tampa.fbi.gov
    (813) 273-4566


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