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I dropped by Naja and Araud Girard’s home this morning, they, above, publish Key West the Newspaper, www.thebluepaper.com, to tell them, if the KWPD can use confidential informers, then so can they and I. For example, yesterday I was told by one of my confidential informants that Randi Cohen Brown, recently resigned Executive Director of SHAL (Southern Assistance Homeless League), which manages KOTS, the City of Key West’s homeless shelter located on the sheriff’s property on Stock island, had regularly acquired prescription drugs from a KOTS client, while the client was staying at KOTS, and later.
Once again, I reminded Naja and Arnaud that they once told me nearly everyone they know in Key West is a drug addict. They did not mean booze, which also is a narcotic. Naja told me to check out the blue paper’s Facebook page, and reader comments under the
article , which reports what caused Sheriff Rick Ramsay to weigh in on what Trish Gibson had said at the recent ACLU forum on police behavior. And, for me to weigh in with Sloan stuff. So, I went to the Key West the Newpaper Facebook page and and found, and then put in some of my 2 cents worth at the bottom.
It may be worse than we thought! Was Assistant Public Defender Trish Gibson onto something when she said she thinks there is “selective enforcement” when it comes to drug-related arrests? … WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Sloan Bashinsky Hands down, Trish Gibson would have won my vote, if, at the recent ACLU forum, she had named the KWPD cops she and the state attorney office and the local judges know lie in cases they make. After the ACLU meeting, I got onto Trish not naming those cops, after Naja Girard, from the audience, said, at the only other ACLU meeting she had attended in Key West, it was generally discussed that there are KW cops known to lie in their cases, and these cops are known to local judges, the state attorney and the public defender.