Brevard County: Deprato – Watzke Family Update

Today, June 6, 2013, it appears Sonya ‘Lisa’ Deprato and her neighbor Jef Fesler had something to say about the Watzke children who Sonya Lisa Deprato has aided in wrongfully taking from Brevard County located in the state of Florida.

Commentators, news anchors, and reporters at TOR News are required to stand firm in the truth that news reporting and political commentary operate independently of each other, and above all else the voice of the people stands separate and as an authority in itself.

Comments on the Watzke story.

Jeff Fesler and Sonya Deprato team up in comments on The Objective Review’s Facebook page.

 

  • Lisa Freeman DePrato And you’re right, there are NO facts to this story!
  • Lisa Freeman DePrato Thanks, Jeff, people keep telling me that the ones who know and love me wouldn’t believe everything that these people have put all over the internet. Slander…that’s the way to handle it? Thanks again, you and your family are the best friends and neighbors anyone could ever ask for!
  • Jeff Fesler um, got a question. how is a drug addict a drug dealer? When a person testifies now do they speak for other people? also would there might maybe be a reason that there is an emergency injunction in placete? I mean, reporters DO find the reason for things right? seems a little slanted and without facts. just a lot of statements/ assumptions ….could it be that the father is under investigation for child abuse? possibly?
    It appears Jeff Fesler is a neighbor of Sonya Deprato who made a comment on the story while blocking all contact information on his facebook page from the review. We stand behind our reporting and we make our contact information public for inquiry, as reporters do. After the comments made, The Objective Review has more questions for inquiry.
    According to the sworn testimony in Florida, who is Jeff Fesler? Is he the neighbor the Depratos are purchasing the drugs from? Is he the mysterious man that spends the night now and then as testified to? Is he just an uninformed neighbor being used to aid in the Depratos ongoing slander to avoid jurisdiction in Florida? Who is Jeff Fesler?
    The testimony in Florida was to the effect Mandy Deprato said there was no investigation as there was no evidence. She further stated she lived with the mother Sonya Lisa Deprato and had no job. According to that testimony Mandy Deprato stated she and her mother Sonya Lisa Deprato did drugs. When asked where they got the money for the drugs they stated it came from Sonya Lisa Deprato’s state assistance.
    The drug use by the Depratos was backed up by multiple witnesses not just Mandy Deprato.  However today Sonya Lisa Deprato would again use slander to threaten the objective review while fleeing Florida Jurisdiction. Mandy Deprato (Watzke children’s mother), daughter of Sonya Lisa Deprato, was ordered to return the children and not to relocate them from Florida to Tennessee. Instead she fled jurisdiction and apparently obtained the aid of Sonya Deprato to hide them out in Tennessee based on the alleged Florida investigation she told the court in Florida did not exist.
    However she fled to Tenessee the next day and told a Tennesse Judge, Judge Hinson, a Florida investigation existed. It takes no more than common sense to address this issue. Florida would not have awarded the father custody had an investigation existed.
    FLA. CONST. ARTICLE I SECTION 4.Freedom of speech and press.—Every person may speak, write and publish sentiments on all subjects but shall be responsible for the abuse of that right. No law shall be passed to restrain or abridge the liberty of speechor of the press. In all criminal prosecutions and civil actions for defamation the truth may be given in evidence. If the matter charged as defamatory is true and was published with good motives, the party shall be acquitted or exonerated.
    History.—Am. proposed by Constitution Revision Commission, Revision No. 13, 1998, filed with the Secretary of State May 5, 1998; adopted 1998.
    Why have the Depratos fled Florida Jurisdiction where the evidence is clear?
    Jeff Fessler shows the Deprato intent for fleeing jurisdiction.

    Jeff Fessler shows the Deprato intent for fleeing jurisdiction.

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OCala: Shooting leaves 3 dead

Ocala shooting, May 2, 2013, Ocala Police Department detectives arrested Andrew Joseph “Punchy” Lobban, 31, of Ocala on three counts of first-degree murder involving a shooting.

It is reported the suspect told investigators that he only intended to shoot one victim. The other victims (Benjamin Larz Howard, 23, of Belleview, and Jerry Lamar Bynes Jr., 20, of Ocala) he reportedly claims he shot by accident.

Reports say Lobban was “punked” in a videotaped incident that occurred within the past couple of weeks. Lobban went to a local shooting range with one of the victims and during that visit Lobban tried to fire a gun and it misfired. The incident was taped, and the video was shared. Reports say he was angered about the incident.

“He just kept harping on that” during his interview with detectives, Scroble said of Lobban. “It really bothered him.”

Each victim was shot once in the head 2 of which were shot in the back of the head.

It would appear 2 victims being shot in the back of the head could be no accident as the shooter reportedly claims.

Human trafficking: Governor Scott signs new bill for victims

On June 3, 2013 Governor Scott was in the news again for human trafficking and had this to say: ‘While these figures demonstrate that we are improving efforts to protect Florida families, the reality is that even one violent crime is too many. By signing these bills into law, we are continuing our commitment of protecting victims of abuse and making our communities even safer.’

Human trafficking

Human trafficking is the fastest growing enterprise in the world.

Human trafficking is difficult to detect and prosecute because victims live in fear of their captors and of facing prosecution themselves. ‘These offenders need to be brought to justice,’ Manatee County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Todd Shear said. ‘This is certainly going to help us.’

The state’s 2013-2014 budget included critical issues for the Department of Juvenile Justice’s budget priorities, including nearly $11 million for prevention and diversion services. ‘Protecting the victims of this heinous crime is an initiative supported by all members of the Legislature and the Governor. The attention that is being given to this issue will not only help current victims, but also protect future victims by preventing this crime from growing’ according to Representative Darryl Rouson.

‘Now that the definition is broader it will increase the potential of cases’ said Shear (In July 2012, the Florida definition of human trafficking was changed to mirror federal law.) ‘If you are educated in the area of human trafficking, you would recognize it easier,” Shear said. “On the surface it is not going to scream human trafficking. You will see people getting paid, the residence will look normal.’

Many people don’t realize Florida is ranked third in destinations for this to occur, according to Corcuera. Education is key, she stressed, particularly among law enforcers who must identify victims of human trafficking. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA) defines a severe form of human trafficking as: The recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for: labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery. Coercion includes threats of physical or psychological harm to children and/or their families.

To effectively combat human trafficking, each of us needs to have a clear “lens” that helps us understand what human trafficking is. When this lens is clouded or biased by certain persistent misconceptions about the definition of trafficking, our ability to respond to the crime is reduced. It is important to learn how to identify and break down commonly-held myths and misconceptions regarding human trafficking and the type of trafficking networks that exist in the United States.

Myth 1: Under the federal definition, trafficked persons can only be foreign nationals or are only immigrants from other countries.

Reality: The federal definition of human trafficking includes both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals – both are protected under the federal trafficking statutes and have been since the TVPA of 2000. Human trafficking encompasses both transnational trafficking that crosses borders and domestic or internal trafficking that occurs within a country. Statistics on the scope of trafficking in the U.S. are most thorough and accurate if they include both transnational and internal trafficking of U.S. citizens as well as foreign nationals.

Myth 2: Human trafficking is essentially a crime that must involve some form of travel, transportation, or movement across state or national borders.

Reality: The legal definition of trafficking, as defined under the federal trafficking statutes, does not require transportation. Although transportation may be involved as a control mechanism to keep victims in unfamiliar places, it is not a required element of the trafficking definition. Human trafficking is not synonymous with forced migration or smuggling. Instead, human trafficking is more accurately characterized as exploitation, a form of involuntary servitude, or compelled service where an individual’s will is overborne through force, fraud, or coercion.

Myth 3: Human trafficking is another term for human smuggling.

Reality: There are many fundamental differences between the crimes of human trafficking and human smuggling. Both are entirely separate federal crimes in the United States. Most notably, smuggling is a crime against a country’s borders, whereas human trafficking is a crime against a person. Also, while smuggling requires illegal border crossing, human trafficking involves commercial sex acts or labor or services that are induced through force, fraud, or coercion, regardless of whether or not transportation occurs.

Myth 4: There must be elements of physical restraint, physical force, or physical bondage when identifying a human trafficking situation.

Reality: The legal definition of trafficking does not require physical restraint, bodily harm, or physical force. Psychological means of control, such as threats, fraud, or abuse of the legal process, are sufficient elements of the crime. Unlike the previous federal involuntary servitude statutes (U.S.C. 1584), the new federal crimes created by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000 were intended to address subtler forms of coercion and to broaden previous standards that only considered bodily harm. It is important for definitions of human trafficking in the U.S. and around the world to include a wide spectrum of forms of coercion in order for the definition to encompass all the ways that traffickers control victims.

Myth 5: Victims of human trafficking will immediately ask for help or assistance and will self-identify as a victim of a crime.

Reality: Victims of human trafficking often do not immediately seek help or self-identify as victims of a crime due to a variety of factors, including lack of trust, self-blame, or specific instructions by the traffickers regarding how to behave when talking to law enforcement or social services. It is important to avoid making a snap judgment about who is or who is not a trafficking victim based on first encounters. Trust often takes time to develop. Continued trust-building and patient interviewing is often required to get to the whole story and uncover the full experience of what a victim has gone through.

Myth 6: Human trafficking victims always come from situations of poverty or from small rural villages.

Reality: Although poverty can be a factor in human trafficking because it is often an indicator of vulnerability, poverty alone is not a single causal factor or universal indicator of a human trafficking victim. Trafficking victims can come from a range of income levels, and many may come from families with higher socioeconomic status.

Myth 7: Sex trafficking is the only form of human trafficking.

Reality: Elements of human trafficking can occur in the commercial sex industry as well as in situations of forced labor or services. The federal definition of human trafficking encompasses both sex trafficking and labor trafficking, and the crime can affect men and women, and children and adults.

Myth 8: Human trafficking only occurs in illegal underground industries.

Reality: Elements of human trafficking can be identified whenever the means of force, fraud, or coercion induce a person to perform commercial sex acts, or labor or services. Trafficking can occur in legal and legitimate business settings as well as underground markets.

Myth 9: If the trafficked person consented to be in their initial situation or was informed about what type of labor they would be doing or that commercial sex would be involved, then it cannot be human trafficking or against their will because they knew better.

Reality: A victim cannot consent to be in a situation of human trafficking. Initial consent to commercial sex or a labor setting prior to acts of force, fraud, or coercion (or if the victim is a minor in a sex trafficking situation) is not relevant to the crime, nor is payment.

Myth 10: Foreign national trafficking victims are always undocumented immigrants or here in this country illegally.

Reality: Foreign national trafficked persons can be in the United States through either legal or illegal means. Although some foreign national victims are undocumented, a significant percentage may have legitimate visas for various purposes. Not all foreign national victims are undocumented.

Governor Scott Signs Bill Banning Texting While Driving

Governor Rick Scott signed SB 52 at Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High School, banning the use…

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Governor Scott Signs Bill Banning Texting While Driving

Governor Rick Scott signed SB 52 at Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High School, banning the use…

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Linden Tennessee: State assistance funds used to finance local drug dealers

Tennessee Governor Haslam

Tennessee Governor Haslam
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Ten. Gov.

Mandy C. Deprato sworn under oath in Florida testified that she and her mother, Sonya Deprato are drug addicts. Today, May 23, 2013 they are using Tennessee S.S.I. to purchase those drugs by Deprato’s own admission under oath. Mandy fled Florida with 2 children contrary to court order. She was ordered not to relocate the children and in fact return them to their father immediately.

Florida court Judge Turner ordered for law enforcement to aid Mr. Watzke in the return of his children. A Linden Tennessee sheriff deputy upon our investigation stated he viewed the order unenforceable. Stating ‘the way I see it Mandy doesn’t have the children so this order is unenforceable.’ Mandy fled Florida refusing to return the children as ordered and then allegedly abandoned them with her mother who she lived with.

The deputies statement appears to approve of anyone who illegally takes children to Linden Tennessee may leave them with a family member or neighbor and a court order is then nullified because ‘they don’t have them’.

However, it would appear this violates Tennessee Code as to anyone assisting with or gaining physical custody of a child through unlawful means has committed a crime and/or become an accessory. We attempted several times to contact the Governor of Tennessee and even emailed the media department for comment a few weeks ago. Today we contacted his office again and will be following up Tomorrow.

The children were awarded to the father in Brevard County Florida where no ‘investigation’ exists. If there had been any investigation the judge would not have awarded custody to the father. Mrs. Hinson, Linden Tennessee Judge has claimed emergency jurisdiction for two years based on their may be an investigation in Florida as reports show. Our question is: What is emergency jurisdiction in Linden Tennessee? Is it two children being left with dishonest drug addicts using state money to buy drugs in the neighborhood they have fled to with these children? Or in the interim is it based on a Florida investigation Tennessee has no jurisdiction over and in fact doesn’t exist?

They are already using state assistance to buy drugs, will they be allowed to continue with this fraud to then defraud the federal government for funds to further support their drug habits?

News Alert: Federal funding fraud at the expense of abused, abducted and exploited children

Funding fraud on the backs of Brevard County children

Funding fraud on the backs of Brevard County children
Credits:
Getty Images/Paula Bronstein

A local father speaks out for children and families everywhere from Brevard County Florida. The current conditions of the system and its abuses of discretion appear appalling to say the least. When individuals improperly use the system for personal financial gain and kickbacks at the expense of children it is clear that the children suffer the most.

Previously the Government Accountability Office conducted a test with 5 states. The five states GAO tested lacked controls over child care assistance application and billing processes for unregulated relative providers, leaving the program vulnerable to fraud and abuse. Posing as fictitious parents and relative providers, GAO successfully billed for $11,702 in child care assistance for fictitious children and parents. In most cases, states approved GAO’s fictitious parents who used Social Security numbers of deceased individuals and claimed to work at nonexistent companies. One state also approved a fictitious child care provider with a deceased person’s Social Security number, creating the possibility that a criminal using a stolen identity could obtain federal subsidies to care for children.

More info found here.

So at this time it appears the funding fraud has moved from the fictitious and deceased to real live families and their children being destroyed and exploited. According to a study by the Government Accountability Office Funds authorized under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act make up the large majority of federal child welfare funds, but are designated for purposes such as providing room and board payments for children in foster care and subsidies to adoptive parents, and generally cannot be used for child welfare services. However, 14 states have waivers allowing them to use these funds more flexibly to improve child and family outcomes. Among GAO’s selected states, Florida had a waiver allowing it to use some Title IV-E funds for in-home services designed to prevent foster care placement.

More info found here: http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-13-170

To learn more about the Government Accountability Office and who to contact about suspected fraud you can find that information by clicking this link.

Although these funds are supposed to be used to prevent children from being removed they are often removed while individuals pretend to provide those services. The average individual in an everyday family setting would not know who to turn to if their child were taken by simulated legal process. Furthermore, how can they compete when the other party has an unlimited supply of financial resources?

The federal government is a vast money transfer machine. It spends hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars each year on subsidy programs—from the massive Medicare to hundreds of more obscure programs that most people have never heard of. There are more than 1,800 federal subsidy programs.

With such a huge array of handouts, the federal budget has become victim to large-scale fraud and abuse—that is, people taking government benefits to which they are not entitled. Just about every subsidy program suffers from fraud and abuse. Losses to federal taxpayers from fraud,abuse, and other types of improper payments are in the ballpark of $100 billion a year or more. Here we can see that the dollars and cents are adding up quickly, being waged upon the backs of America’s youth.

This father had his child abducted by a grandmother who committed fraud and gained that funding through the simulated legal processes of her alleged accomplice Attorney Scarlett G. Davidson. A video was posted on youtube showing the finding of fact.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsqqDnx93xE

Although the child has military insurance the grandmother obtained medicaid to pay for psychotropic drugs for the child which were prescribed without any diagnosis. Florida Statute 39.407 specifically defines how the use of psychotropic drugs can be provided along with Florida Administrative codes 65E and 65C. However, the grandmother was able to obtain medicaid to pay for prescriptions without any diagnosis, parental consent or a judges order. The father has posted a video here.

Often the people committing funding fraud and the like are skilled legal professionals as the father outlines with 4 videos. The father also shows a non-legal document towards the end of video 4 as shown below.

1. Simulated Legal Process Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxum5HDUJzE

2. Simulated Legal Process Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJY08vprtn4

3. Simulated Legal Process Part 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiIdhHyhVw0

4. Simulated Legal Process Part 4 with Documentation at end of video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zgfZWH5ZcY

This father has never had the chance to defend himself at any point for a period of 3 years and has posted pictures and notations at the following links, entitled Truth, expressing his opinions of the actions taking place in Brevard County Florida.

1. Review 1

2. Review 2

In closing it would appear there is a lot more going on in Brevard County than most are willing to talk about and the father has asked families everywhere to respond by contacting the Brevard County Sheriff at 321-633-2000 and ask for Sheriff Wayne Ivey to do something about these criminals.

This has been another objective review.

News Alert: Federal funding fraud at the expense of abused, abducted and exploited children

APRIL 29, 2013
Funding fraud on the backs of Brevard County children
Funding fraud on the backs of Brevard County children
Credits:
Getty Images/Paula Bronstein

A local father speaks out for children and families everywhere from Brevard County Florida. The current conditions of the system and its abuses of discretion appear appalling to say the least. When individuals improperly use the system for personal financial gain and kickbacks at the expense of children it is clear that the children suffer the most.

Previously the Government Accountability Office conducted a test with 5 states. The five states GAO tested lacked controls over child care assistance application and billing processes for unregulated relative providers, leaving the program vulnerable to fraud and abuse. Posing as fictitious parents and relative providers, GAO successfully billed for $11,702 in child care assistance for fictitious children and parents. In most cases, states approved GAO’s fictitious parents who used Social Security numbers of deceased individuals and claimed to work at nonexistent companies. One state also approved a fictitious child care provider with a deceased person’s Social Security number, creating the possibility that a criminal using a stolen identity could obtain federal subsidies to care for children.

More info found here.

So at this time it appears the funding fraud has moved from the fictitious and deceased to real live families and their children being destroyed and exploited. According to a study by the Government Accountability Office Funds authorized under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act make up the large majority of federal child welfare funds, but are designated for purposes such as providing room and board payments for children in foster care and subsidies to adoptive parents, and generally cannot be used for child welfare services. However, 14 states have waivers allowing them to use these funds more flexibly to improve child and family outcomes. Among GAO’s selected states, Florida had a waiver allowing it to use some Title IV-E funds for in-home services designed to prevent foster care placement.

More info found here: http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-13-170

To learn more about the Government Accountability Office and who to contact about suspected fraud you can find that information by clicking this link.

Although these funds are supposed to be used to prevent children from being removed they are often removed while individuals pretend to provide those services. The average individual in an everyday family setting would not know who to turn to if their child were taken by simulated legal process. Furthermore, how can they compete when the other party has an unlimited supply of financial resources?

The federal government is a vast money transfer machine. It spends hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars each year on subsidy programs—from the massive Medicare to hundreds of more obscure programs that most people have never heard of. There are more than 1,800 federal subsidy programs.

With such a huge array of handouts, the federal budget has become victim to large-scale fraud and abuse—that is, people taking government benefits to which they are not entitled. Just about every subsidy program suffers from fraud and abuse. Losses to federal taxpayers from fraud,abuse, and other types of improper payments are in the ballpark of $100 billion a year or more. Here we can see that the dollars and cents are adding up quickly, being waged upon the backs of America’s youth.

This father had his child abducted by a grandmother who committed fraud and gained that funding through the simulated legal processes of her alleged accomplice Attorney Scarlett G. Davidson. A video was posted on youtube showing the finding of fact.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsqqDnx93xE

Although the child has military insurance the grandmother obtained medicaid to pay for psychotropic drugs for the child which were prescribed without any diagnosis. Florida Statute 39.407 specifically defines how the use of psychotropic drugs can be provided along with Florida Administrative codes 65E and 65C. However, the grandmother was able to obtain medicaid to pay for prescriptions without any diagnosis, parental consent or a judges order. The father has posted a video here.

Often the people committing funding fraud and the like are skilled legal professionals as the father outlines with 4 videos. The father also shows a non-legal document towards the end of video 4 as shown below.

1. Simulated Legal Process Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxum5HDUJzE

2. Simulated Legal Process Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJY08vprtn4

3. Simulated Legal Process Part 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiIdhHyhVw0

4. Simulated Legal Process Part 4 with Documentation at end of video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zgfZWH5ZcY

This father has never had the chance to defend himself at any point for a period of 3 years and has posted pictures and notations at the following links, entitled Truth, expressing his opinions of the actions taking place in Brevard County Florida.

1. Review 1

2. Review 2

In closing it would appear there is a lot more going on in Brevard County than most are willing to talk about and the father has asked families everywhere to respond by contacting the Brevard County Sheriff at 321-633-2000 and ask for Sheriff Wayne Ivey to do something about these criminals.

This has been another objective review.

IRS single out scandal: Governor Rick Scott comments

The governor was using the visit to celebrate legislation recently passed by the State of Florida Legislature eliminating sales tax on manufacturing equipment.
The governor was using the visit to celebrate legislation recently passed by the State of Florida Legislature eliminating sales tax on manufacturing equipment.
Credits:
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Governor Rick Scott is a firm believer in the first amendment‘s power to protect and facilitate prosperity within Florida‘s communities. The Florida governor was seen recently greeting people, during a visit to Port Miami, while celebrating the legislation recently passed. People rejoiced in the victory eliminating sales tax on manufacturing equipment to help create jobs and economy for hard working Florida citizens, a product of the free exchange of ideas under the first amendment. May 15, 2013, The Objective Review asked for Governor Rick Scott to comment on the IRS report and he responded ‘the IRS should not be targeting anyone for political reasons – no matter what party they are in.’

President Obama announced Wednesdayevening that acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller had resigned due to the scandal involving the targeting of certain political groups that had applied for tax-exempt status some of which were right here in south Florida. “I will not tolerate this kind of behavior in any agency, but especially in the IRS, given the power that it has and the reach that it has into all of our lives,” Obama said.

In a letter to agency employees, Miller said he would leave in early June. “This has been an incredibly difficult time for the IRS given the events of the past few days, and there is a strong and immediate need to restore public trust in the nation’s tax agency,” he wrote. The concept of the public trust relates back to the origins of democratic government and its seminal idea that within the public lies the true power and future of a society; therefore, whatever trust the public places in its officials must be respected. One of the reasons that bribery is regarded as a notorious evil is that it contributes to a culture of political corruption in which the public trust is eroded.

Great questions of concern are being raised on Capitol Hill today, as previous presidents have been known to use tactics correlated with the improper use of the IRS office for political gain. How many scandals have happened under the current administration? The fast and furious gun running, the Benghazi attack ignored, the IRS single out scandal and more. How much more will the public trust be damaged by the current administration in the land of the free and the home of the brave?

We will see as the current events unfold…

Breaking news: In Brevard locals team up to conceal crimes

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