Fourth of July: Independence and those who dishonor us all

Fourth of July: Independence and those who dishonor us all

Around Brevard County, July 4, 2013, members of the community previously joined together celebrating the birth of this nation’s freedom despite members of the local community who dishonor those who paved the way for the United States Constitution with their blood, sweat and tears. The moral and ethical examples to us all for the prosperous future of America who pledged their lives, families and fortunes to secure our futures.

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey released this public service announcement but how safe are we?  This Fourth of July celebration the sheriff asks all to be safe.



Recently The Objective Review was contacted by Jimmy Donn of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Department. Serious concerns were noted throughout the conversation but what did Jimmy Donn contact us about? The following is the results of what is known, thus far, due to our investigation and inquiries. Did Jimmy Donn call to harass, intimidate or aide in seeking justice?

governor envelope address

We inquired if Jimmy Donn was returning our call as about a week prior we left messages for the Brevard County Sheriff Internal Affairs Department to contact us. Jimmy Donn Responded ‘I haven’t received any messages to contact you.’ Jimmy Donn also informed us that he not only works in what is deemed the ‘Internal Affairs Department’ but that he also handles the Brevard Sheriff’s legal issues.

That being said it seriously raises the concerns of ‘devil’s advocate’. How can one investigate wrong doing by Sheriff Department Agents while also defending the Sheriff Department in legal matters. It is understood Jimmy Donn stated he works with I.A. in the Sheriff Department Staffing Department while also handling the department’s legal issues. A common sense approach would reveal if a sheriff deputy was found of serious wrong doing it would become a legal issue for the department. A first glance, also with a common sense approach it would appear this is seriously conflicting.

The internal affairs (United States terminology) division of a law enforcement agency investigates incidents and plausible suspicions of lawbreaking and professional misconduct attributed to officers on the force. Several police departments in the USA have been compelled to institute civilian review or investigation of police misconduct complaints in response to community perception that internal affairs investigations are biased in favor of police officers. For example, San Francisco, California, has its Office of Citizen Complaints, created by voter initiative in 1983, in which civilians who have never been members of the San Francisco Police Department investigate complaints of police misconduct filed against members of the San Francisco Police Department. Washington, DC, has a similar office, created in 1999, known as the Office of Police Complaints.

During the course of our conversation Jimmy Donn was informed that the Brevard County Jail Oversight Officer refused to send mail to Sheriff Jack Parker who was sheriff at the time stating ‘he was a busy man.’ This is seriously conflicting because legal mail to a public office is not only privileged but required to be mailed. Why did the officer single out one inmates mail and then open it illegally, ‘mail and evidence tampering’, and refuse to mail it.

Further, Jimmy Donn was notified that another piece of mail, that you can see below, was addressed to the Governor of Florida and was also refused to be mailed and bears the Brevard County Jail Mail Room Stamp. Jimmy Donn responded ‘that’s not right.’

Jimmy Donn stated there were civil remedies such as subpoenas to bring people to court. Jimmy Donn was informed a subpoena was served and the individual was arrested for serving a subpoena (witness tampering). In fact its on record they had the individual arrested for serving a subpoena. Also in fact while sitting in jail for serving a subpoena, letters were addressed to public offices as mentioned above and refused to be mailed.

Although legal mail doesn’t require stamps, after one refusal, the victim went 3 days without food to obtain stamps to mail that mail to the Governor that Brevard County Jail refused to mail. Brevard County Jail also refused to give evidence, in the form of paper work, to the victim being held under color of law (concealing evidence).

So we dug deeper…

Judge Moxley’s Sheriff Bailiff stated he was good friends with Attorney Shari Wilson who conspired to conceal evidence and openly allowed and participated in witness tampering. However, another bailiff was identified in concealing evidence, obstructing justice and interfering with investigations.

Previously we contacted Major Walters of Brevard County Sheriff’s Department who said he could not comment on whether a crime was committed in reference to the kidnapping due to there not being a report to his knowledge to investigate. We contacted Major Walters and informed him that, in fact, a report did exist. That report was taken by Sheriff Bailiff Tracey Morell who closed the report and never forwarded it to be investigated. In her report she states the victim was ‘allowed’ to make a report about his daughter being drugged and kidnapped. She then violates title 18 section 242 of the United States Code with discriminatory remarks and slander despite the report stating the crime alleged had already been found as fact in a civil court by Judge Charles Crawford (concealing evidence under color of law). Rather than ask for details Major Walters, alarmingly, stated the statute of limitations had run out on a kidnapping.

At the start of this fiasco Attorney Lillian Clover stated to the father, the victim, ‘there is no justice anymore’ and when Dr. Jeffrey Williamson entered the court room informed the father: ‘he is a paid b@#$ch’ in regards to Dr. Jeffrey Williamson.

Dr. Jeffrey Williamson was appointed by the court to answer one question: ‘could the child go to Texas’ after Yvonne Howard kidnapped the child. However, Dr. Williamson was not satisfied with that and accepted cash or credit from Yvonne Howard, the kidnapper, for his testimony as Judge George Maxwell III pointed out. In fact despite being ordered by Judge Crawford off the case he continued on.

We dug even deeper…

Yvonne Howard was illegally sedating the child as pointed out by Judge Maxwell III. Yvonne Howard, a nurse for MIMA, was providing mind altering sedating drugs to the child without parental consent, without a doctor’s diagnosis and without a judges order. Yvonne obtained the drugs from a pediatrician/friend she used to work for, Dr. Kaneez Agha, who billed medicaid for the service although the child had military insurance.

Medical exploitation and abuse is a form of child abuse and abuse during a kidnapping is a life felony. Despite Major Walters seemingly advocacy for these crimes a life felony has no statute of limitations.

Despite the Florida Attorney General ordering it to be investigated a phone call was recorded. Apparently a local Guardian Ad Litem from the Brevard County Court House told Lt. Jim Malcolm of the Florida Medicaid Fraud Control Unit not to investigate because the child didn’t have military insurance. In fact, the child had military insurance and after naming the Guardian Ad Litem Office he stated he found no fraud without even looking at the medical records. It is understood he brushed it under the rug at the direction of the Brevard County Guardian Ad Litem Department.

We dug deeper…

Apparently, Scarlett Davidson, the kidnappers attorney, amended her petition to terminate the fathers rights to the child for him being in jail. Which brings us to witness tampering, as Scarlett Davidson had the father arrested for serving her a subpoena( witness tampering and fabricating evidence). The father named her in committing crimes and prepared a presentation for court previously which sparked all the retaliation.

A presentation that never got heard, as Scarlett Davidson stopped trial after putting on her side with a non-legal document as still recorded today to simulate legal process to avoid answering for those crimes. In fact, she employed Guardian Ad Litem, Adelle Gerland, to come to her aide as the very next day she lied to a judge. Adelle Gerland tried to have the father locked up to silence him and told Judge Crawford the father threatened Crawford’s family. However, the judge called an emergency hearing and threw it out. A few months later Lt. Jim Malcolm named a Gaurdian Ad Litem interfering with his investigation just as Adelle Gerland attempted to obstruct justice before. Tracey Harrison commented that she thought Adelle Gerland was dirty and upon inquiry with the Guardian Ad Litem Department on how to reach Tracey they responded they don’t keep records after G.A.L.s quit. Kim the head of the department has refused to answer our inquiries after Adelle Gerland tried to tell another judge the father previously threatened a judge knowing her perjury was previously thrown out.

Collusion, corruption and racketeering seem to be an infestation in Brevard County as crimes are ignored for profit.

So we dug deeper…

Scarlett Davidson is an attorney with Culmer and Davidson P.A. and her partner is Joseph Culmer. Joseph Culmer was called in when the father brought up the fraud and suddenly one father, unable to afford an attorney, representing himself, against a kidnapper was faced with 2 attorneys which later became 4. Why so many attorneys for one dad in pursuit of justice?

Joseph Culmer’s partner before the addition of Scarlett Davidson was assistant chief judge Roberts. Judge Roberts and Joseph Culmer practiced law together. Naturally when the father brought to light the fraud Scarlett and Yvonne were committing surrounding the act of kidnapping Joseph Culmer was called in to assist with under color of law actions.

Having experienced the oppression of Brevard County first hand, including retaliation and intimidation we chose to make a community page about the sheriff department so people, ‘ALL PEOPLE’, could comment and expose, enlighten or commemorate the Brevard County Officials as necessary for the greater public good.

Racketeering activity under federal law includes a number of criminal offenses, including: Bribery; sports bribery; counterfeiting; felony theft from interstate shipment; Embezzlement from Pension and Welfare funds; extortionate credit transactions; Fraud relating to identification documents; fraud relating to access devices; transmission of gambling information; Mail Fraud; wire fraud; financial institution fraud; citizenship or naturalization fraud; obscene matter; Obstruction of Justice; obstruction of criminal investigation; obstruction of state or local law enforcement; witness tampering; retaliation against witness; interference with commerce, bribery, or extortion; interstate transportation in aid of racketeering; interstate transportation of wagering paraphernalia; unlawful welfare fund payments; prohibition of illegal gambling business; Money Laundering; monetary transactions in property derived from unlawful activities; murder for hire; sexual exploitation of children; interstate transportation of stolen motor vehicles; interstate transportation of stolen property; sale of stolen goods; trafficking in motor vehicles and parts; trafficking in contraband cigarettes; white slave traffic; restrictions of payments and loans to labor organizations; embezzlement from union funds; Bankruptcy fraud; fraud in the sale of Securities; felonious manufacture, importation, receiving, concealment, buying, selling, or otherwise dealing in narcotic or other dangerous drugs; and any act that is indictable under the Currency and Foreign Transactions Reporting Act.

RICO outlaws every manner in which an enterprise can be used for long-term racketeering activity. Under the law, no person may invest racketeering proceeds to acquire any interest in an enterprise; no person may acquire or maintain an interest in an enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity; and no person associated with or employed by an enterprise may conduct that enterprise’s affairs through a pattern of racketeering activity.

Jimmy Donn did not return our call due to the crimes, collusion, corruption or racketeering but to inquire with us about that site. This has been another objective review.

Gun rights: Discrimination or safety

HB 1355, 1 July 2013, went into effect today being signed by Governor Rick Scott. Is it necessary or discriminating for ratings? Is the legislative branch turning into a Hollywood production or has it lost it’s way due to lack of oversight without foresight?

Gun Bill 1355

Although most agencies report without showing the bill here is the link:

HB 1355 can be found here.

An excerpt: ‘Purchase of Firearms by Mentally Ill Persons: Provides conditions under which person who has been voluntarily admitted to mental institution for treatment…’

Leaps and bounds are presented here with extreme potential for not only discrimination but also abuse. Lets not forget those suffering funerals or deaths in the family who have a moment of depression, now will pay for it in the long run and be labeled “mentally ill.”

Now citizen’s gun rights are being left not in the hands of law makers but in the hands of the already corrupt health care agencies of Florida. Look at how many physicians are arrested, ‘in the United States number one for public corruption State of Florida’, for racketeering, collusion and corruption in Florida, especially pill mills.


Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.


Most crimes of passion are not done by mentally ill people but by people in a heat of passion or rage. In fact you can find facts here.

  • Fact 1: The vast majority of people with mental illness are not violent.
  • Fact 2: The public is misinformed about the link between mental illness and violence.
  • Fact 3: Inaccurate beliefs about mental illness and violence lead to widespread stigma and discrimination.
  • Fact 4: The link between mental illness and violence is promoted by the entertainment and news media.

Here is what researchers say about the link between mental illness and violence:

– ‘Although studies suggest a link between mental illnesses and violence, the contribution of people with mental illnesses to overall rates of violence is small, and further, the magnitude of the relationship is greatly exaggerated in the minds of the general population (Institute of Medicine, 2006).’

– ‘…the vast majority of people who are violent do not suffer from mental illnesses (American Psychiatric Association, 1994).’

– “The absolute risk of violence among the mentally ill as a group is very small. . . only a small proportion of the violence in our society can be attributed to persons who are mentally ill (Mulvey, 1994).”

-‘People with psychiatric disabilities are far more likely to be victims than perpetrators of violent crime (Appleby, et al., 2001). People with severe mental illnesses, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or psychosis, are 2 ½ times more likely to be attacked, raped or mugged than the general population (Hiday, et al.,1999).’

A longitudinal study of American’s attitudes on mental health between 1950 and 1996 found, ‘the proportion of Americans who describe mental illness in terms consistent with violent or dangerous behavior nearly doubled.’ Also, the vast majority of Americans believe that persons with mental illnesses pose a threat for violence towards others and themselves (Pescosolido, et al., 1996, Pescosolido et al., 1999).

The discrimination and stigma associated with mental illnesses stem in part, from the link between mental illness and violence in the minds of the general public (DHHS, 1999, Corrigan, et al., 2002).

The effects of stigma and discrimination are profound. The President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health found that, ‘Stigma leads others to avoid living, socializing, or working with, renting to, or employing people with mental disorders – especially severe disorders, such as schizophrenia. It leads to low self-esteem, isolation, and hopelessness. It deters the public from seeking and wanting to pay for care. Responding to stigma, people with mental health problems internalize public attitudes and become so embarrassed or ashamed that they often conceal symptoms and fail to seek treatment (New Freedom Commission, 2003).’

‘Characters in prime time television portrayed as having a mental illness are depicted as the most dangerous of all demographic groups: 60 percent were shown to be involved in crime or violence’ (Mental Health American, 1999).

‘Most news accounts portray people with mental illness as dangerous’ (Wahl, 1995).

‘The vast majority of news stories on mental illness either focus on other negative characteristics related to people with the disorder (e.g., unpredictability and unsociability) or on medical treatments. Notably absent are positive stories that highlight recovery of many persons with even the most serious of mental illnesses’ (Wahl, et al., 2002).


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Appleby, L., Mortensen, P. B., Dunn, G., & Hiroeh, U. (2001). Death by homicide, suicide, and other unnatural causes in people with mental illness: a population-based study. The Lancet, 358, 2110-2112.

Corrigan, P.W., Rowan, D., Green, A., et al. (2002) .Challenging two mental illness stigmas: Personal responsibility and dangerousness. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 28, 293-309.

DHHS. Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, 1999.

Hiday, V. A. (2006). Putting Community Risk in Perspective: a Look at Correlations, Causes and Controls. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 29, 316-331.
Institute of Medicine, Improving the Quality of Health Care for Mental and Substance-Use Conditions. Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, 2006.

Mental Health America. American Opinions on Mental Health Issues. Alexandria: NMHA, 1999.

Mulvey, E. P. (1994). Assessing the evidence of a link between mental illness and violence. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 45, 663-668.

Pescosolido, B.A., Martin, J.K., Link, B.G., et al. Americans’ Views of Mental Health and Illness at Century’s End: Continuity and Change. Public Report on the MacArthur Mental health Module, 1996General Social Survey. Bloomington: Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research and Joseph P. Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, 2000.

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