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(Tallahassee Democrat)   Former Tallahassee ethics officer arrested for cyberstalking and threatening former lover, who had been married at the time. You'd think they would have covered that in her orientation   (tallahassee.com) divider line
    More: Florida, Telephone, Telephone exchange, Julie Meadows-Keefe, cyberstalking Bert Fletcher, first independentethics officer, phone calls, Meadows-Keefe, city of Tallahassee  
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2555 clicks; posted to Main » on 12 Jan 2021 at 6:05 PM (9 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-01-12 6:08:55 PM  
But wait a minute! I don't see the words insurrection or sedition or traitor anywhere in this article!  Good to see Fark is getting back to covering good old-fashioned loons.
 
2021-01-12 6:09:16 PM  
So the court is saying there's a chance. Bail money, bail money
 
2021-01-12 6:09:21 PM  
Who the hell want to be covered in orientation? That sounds sick and perverted.

On second thought...
 
2021-01-12 6:10:22 PM  
Oh subby. You just know it was all his fault.
 
2021-01-12 6:10:51 PM  

LeoffDaGrate: But wait a minute! I don't see the words insurrection or sedition or traitor anywhere in this article!  Good to see Fark is getting back to covering good old-fashioned loons.


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2021-01-12 6:10:59 PM  
Throughout 2020, despite changing his number, Fletcher again began to receive the phone calls.
In late September, he answered one and the two rekindled their romantic relationship but in December he decided to end it and texted Meadows-Keefe, according to court records.


Dude stuck it in crazy, then after knowing what he did, he went back for seconds.
 
2021-01-12 6:12:33 PM  
What the hell does her orientation have to do with anything?

COME ON THIS IS 2021!

Oh.
 
2021-01-12 6:13:05 PM  
Meadows-Keefe became angry and mentioned that she and another man "talked about hiring someone from the mafia to hide in the Pepper Building with a baseball bat and beat your brains out," according to court records.

Mafia?  You could prolly get a couple of dudes from FAMU to do it for $100
 
2021-01-12 6:13:51 PM  
I got about halfway through the article, threw up my hands and said "The Aristocrats!".

What a soap opera and nightmare.
 
2021-01-12 6:16:23 PM  
Crazy eyes don't lie .
 
2021-01-12 6:18:26 PM  

RottenEggs: Crazy eyes don't lie .


Yep.

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2021-01-12 6:18:31 PM  

GatorHater: Meadows-Keefe became angry and mentioned that she and another man "talked about hiring someone from the mafia to hide in the Pepper Building with a baseball bat and beat your brains out," according to court records.

Mafia?  You could prolly get a couple of dudes from FAMU to do it for $100


In case anyone missed it, he's saying that students from a local college who are mostly black, would gladly do this deed.  Because of course students would take $100 to go commit a crime if they're black or something.  Notice he didn't suggest going to FSU right down the street?

/lived and worked in that neighborhood
//you're not subtle
///get bent
 
2021-01-12 6:30:32 PM  

derpes_simplex: GatorHater: Meadows-Keefe became angry and mentioned that she and another man "talked about hiring someone from the mafia to hide in the Pepper Building with a baseball bat and beat your brains out," according to court records.

Mafia?  You could prolly get a couple of dudes from FAMU to do it for $100

In case anyone missed it, he's saying that students from a local college who are mostly black, would gladly do this deed.  Because of course students would take $100 to go commit a crime if they're black or something.  Notice he didn't suggest going to FSU right down the street?

/lived and worked in that neighborhood
//you're not subtle
///get bent


When FAMU students from the dorms ordered Domino's we were required to meet them at the campus police station because so many delivery drivers got robbed...by the students.  I went right to the dorms at FSU and never had problems.

/Not racist
 
2021-01-12 7:05:26 PM  
Damnit... misread title. Was hoping for an excuse to post
Ode to Billy Joe
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2021-01-12 7:22:10 PM  
Anybody who sticks their dude in crazy then goes back for a second helping of squirrels in the head ain't a smart guy.
 
2021-01-12 7:26:26 PM  

GatorHater: derpes_simplex: GatorHater: Meadows-Keefe became angry and mentioned that she and another man "talked about hiring someone from the mafia to hide in the Pepper Building with a baseball bat and beat your brains out," according to court records.

Mafia?  You could prolly get a couple of dudes from FAMU to do it for $100

In case anyone missed it, he's saying that students from a local college who are mostly black, would gladly do this deed.  Because of course students would take $100 to go commit a crime if they're black or something.  Notice he didn't suggest going to FSU right down the street?

/lived and worked in that neighborhood
//you're not subtle
///get bent

When FAMU students from the dorms ordered Domino's we were required to meet them at the campus police station because so many delivery drivers got robbed...by the students.  I went right to the dorms at FSU and never had problems.

/Not racist


Get a load of this guy, implying race relations is complex or something! Come on, let's all call him a name!
 
2021-01-12 7:38:13 PM  

covfefe: GatorHater: derpes_simplex: GatorHater: Meadows-Keefe became angry and mentioned that she and another man "talked about hiring someone from the mafia to hide in the Pepper Building with a baseball bat and beat your brains out," according to court records.

Mafia?  You could prolly get a couple of dudes from FAMU to do it for $100

In case anyone missed it, he's saying that students from a local college who are mostly black, would gladly do this deed.  Because of course students would take $100 to go commit a crime if they're black or something.  Notice he didn't suggest going to FSU right down the street?

/lived and worked in that neighborhood
//you're not subtle
///get bent

When FAMU students from the dorms ordered Domino's we were required to meet them at the campus police station because so many delivery drivers got robbed...by the students.  I went right to the dorms at FSU and never had problems.

/Not racist

Get a load of this guy, implying race relations is complex or something! Come on, let's all call him a name!


Not once did I call anyone a name.  However, as someone who lived in Tallahassee for many years, I am not igorant to what 'FAMU student' is code for in that town.

Also, please feel free to compare crime stats for FAMU campus vs. FSU.  FSU is larger, so not entirely a fair comparison.

And at the end of the day, joking or not, suggesting that some white lady could go wave a couple Benjamins around and get black people to do illegal shiat for her is really not too terribly savory, is it?
 
2021-01-12 8:12:03 PM  
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2021-01-12 9:12:29 PM  
And....using my special Hellboy crystal diopters....


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2021-01-12 10:24:48 PM  
Why is it that the people who fill these kinds of jobs are so often the Wrong kind of people for those jobs? "Ethics Officer", "PC Police Chief", "Equal Opportunity Enforcer", "Religious Consultant".... They take the money but never live up to the poaition.
 
2021-01-12 10:25:34 PM  
Minus one for spelling.
 
2021-01-13 11:42:05 AM  
51 and single.  feeling desperate.
 
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