Tampa (WTFF) – An amendment was approved by the Florida Division of Elections that would declare abortion first-degree murder. Anyone who performed or received an abortion would be guilty of premeditated murder in the first degree. Attempted abortions would be considered attempted murder. Full Story »
The amount of crime in Florida is steadily going down, while public fear of crime is going up. Full Story »
Rarely in these divisive political times do we see two political parties working together for the greater good. Florida’s no ordinary state, and HB 903 bill proves it. It was written by a Republican and a Democrat, and was filed on 12/6/2017.
This “Restoration of Rights” bill would allow those who have finished serving time for some felonies, and who have shown real improvement, to have certain freedoms restored. Full Story »
Mount Dora is a little town in Central Florida that is well known for its artsy charm.
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OJ Simpson’s lawyer Malcolm Lavergne is outraged with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, blasting her as “possibly the stupidest person on the planet.”
Bondi’s office released a letter Friday urging the Florida Department of Corrections to deny Simpson a transfer to serve parole in Florida now that he has been released from prison on kidnapping and armed robbery charges. She called Simpson a “scofflaw” whose notoriety would be a drain on law enforcement.
“What a complete stupid b—-. F— her,” Lavergne said in an incensed interview with the Tampa Bay Times on Monday. “She has zero standing to even talk about Mr. Simpson’s case. She’s the attorney general, she has nothing to do with it. It’s virtually a foregone conclusion that Simpson will be moving to Florida when he chooses and once Nevada approves it. That’s handled by the Nevada Division of Parole and Florida department of corrections, not the attorney general.” Full Story »
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi does not want O.J. Simpson to return to the Sunshine State once he’s released from prison. Full Story »