Thursday, April 16, 2009

Dealership Service Department

I called a car dealership and asked to be connected to the Service Department. They have only two Service Dept. employees dealing with customers and one was out, so I explained the problem and told the receptionist that I'd call back. I eventually connected with one of the Service Dept. managers. He said that it was kids with an unauthorized key. The problem is that the security indicator light keeps blinking, which he described accurately. He said that he had a similar case and will research it. He said that he'd get back to me today. He still hasn't.

Early Morning Visitor

I woke up sometime between 2:00 and 2:30 a.m. this morning, Thursday, April 16, 2009. I was wide awake and, instead, of trying to get back to sleep, I got up, went to the den, turned on the light and then the pc to "surf the internet." I hadn't even got on-line (dial-up)when I heard the car door shut outside. The car is in the driveway about 15 feet from the den. The den window was opened. I ran for the door, but stopped to search for the flashlight. When I got out, I headed south, because it's the easiest way to access the property and I figured that's the direction whoever shut the door would run. It may have been a mistake, however. I didn't find anyone. The house is located about 1/4 mile off a dirt road back in the woods. It's easiest to access it from the south via the driveway. I looked around for about 10 minutes and figured that whoever shut the car door was gone or else I couldn't find him.

When I returned to the car, I shined the flashlight in the interior and didn't notice anything. I then went in, got the key, came back, and started the car. It started. I only lock the car- sophisticated security security- when I'm out and about, and, rarely, if ever lock it at home. So, naturally, I decided to lock it after the fact and pressed the key immobilizer lock button, which locks the car. And, that's when I noticed the security indicator light blinking. Someone may have slipped another key into the ignition in order to start it. I doubt that the person was a cop, because whoever it was knew about cars and was familiar with the area. However, he now realizes that there's a transponder in the key that has to match or else the vehicle won't start. So what was the motive? To steal it or disable the security alarm? As I've said, the house is located 1/4 mile back in the woods and the gate's locked every night, but that's not a big deal. They cut the chain before and they could also jimmy the lock. I also intend to search the vehicle later this morning for illegal contraband.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Office of Attorney General Complaint and Questions

I electronically filed the following complaint and questions yesterday, April 14, 2009, with the Attorney General's Office.

I sent a letter along with evidence to State Attorney Glenn Hess- FL 14th Judicial District- charging the FDLE, Holmes County Sheriff’s Dept, and WFEC with illegal electronic surveillance, etc. I also charged former State Attorney Steve Meadows and his Chief Assistant State Attorney with covering up. The USPS confirmed delivery of my EXPRESS MAIL envelope, Receipt Number: EH55 8363 395US, at 10:25 AM Monday, March 9, 2009. On 3-18-09, I phoned the SAO, asked to speak to State Attorney Hess, and was transferred to "Pam's" answering machine. I left a recorded message for Pam to ask State Attorney Hess if he had the chance to review my March 6, 2009 letter and VHS tape that I sent to him, left my name, address, phone number, today's date, asked for an appointment, and requested that he get back to me so that we can resolve this matter. On 3-20-09 I phoned the SAO and again left a message on “Pam’s” answering machine.

On 4-3-09, I faxed the SAO a public records request seeking all files related to my March 6, 2009 letter discussed above. I called the SAO and an employee acknowledged receiving the fax. On 4-7-09, I phoned the SAO employee that handles the Public Record Requests and left a message inquiring as to the status of my request. I still haven't received a return call from the SAO regarding either my complaint or Public Records Request.

Isn’t State Attorney Hess required to at least respond to my complaint or else charge me with filing a false report? Isn’t State Attorney Hess required by law to respond to my Public Records Request?

I’ve pasted in a copy of my 3-6-09 letter to State Attorney Hess below:

I pasted in a copy of my 3-6-09 letter to State Attorney Hess.

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

SAO Public Records Request Follow-up Call

Phoned the SAO employee that handles FL Public Record Requests earlier this morning and left message on answering machine inquiring as to the status of my request. As of this post, I still haven't received a return call from the SAO regarding my Public Records Request.

Friday, April 03, 2009

SAO Public Records Request

I faxed a Florida Public Records Request to the 14th Judicial District SAO this morning requesting all records related to my March 6, 2009 letter to State Attorney Glenn Hess charging the Holmes County Sheriff's Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and the WFEC with illegal electronic surveillance and conspiracy to violate my civil and constitutional rights. I called the SAO and a female employee verified receipt of my request.