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While preparing for a RICO Act (Racketeering Statute Violations) against the State of Florida the following was timely shared as indicated with Glenn L Hess of the 14th Judicial Circuit States Attorney Office.  Copies follow.

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From: Ted Whidden <[email protected]>

Date: Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 5:19 AM

Subject: Fwd: Good evening

To: [email protected], Ted Whidden <[email protected]>

Good morning.

It is with high hopes that you are brighter than the people who work for you.  Review of file will clearly show prosecutorial misconduct leading to a RICO Act violation.  Your office failure to abide by Rule 3.8 of the special set of rules for prosecutors will tie this thing up nicely.  Your file is littered with reasons to drop a case in which you lack cause, witness, evidence, etc.

You and your office have been duly advised.  My patience is running out.

Meanwhile in today's world a career can be highlighted by you taking down corruption in your own house or stand firm and let the chips fall.  One route leads to an AG job, the other goes in a very opposite direction.

I would drop it and send notification today, or more moves to protect my interests must be made.

Ted Whidden


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From: "Ted Whidden" <[email protected]>

Date: Jan 21, 2016 8:07 PM

Subject: Good evening

To: <[email protected]>


Glenn Hess,

I see you went to my FB page.

We likely need to talk.  You have a runaway freight train on your hands.  It is not of my making but rather that of your people.  You can stop this wreck before it happens.

Do we have common interest in a reasonable end to your office's frivolous pursuits?

You would do well to get this on control before my next round of filings.  If you run a crooked outfit that is up to you, but there is no reason to bother me with these problems.

FBI and others are being informed.  Meanwhile tell your girls to review Rules of Procedure 3.8 wherein they have a duty to abort a case as soon as they realize they cannot try the defendant.

I have an idea  on how to stop the train properly.

BTW if you pull the file, go to deposition minute 12 of the drug wore your people are protecting.  Listen to 90 seconds.  The rep of your office Wahlquist and Pub pretender Green discuss an impact statement prepared by the girl.  Note within the same 90 seconds the girl says she has not unpacked her boxes and has no idea what she has or does not have  6 months after her "theft" event.   Clearly everyone in the room should know there is no case and the impact statement constitutes Fraud....... Your people are sloppy.   Both Wahlquist and Green should be terminated immediately to save political careers. BTW both had an obligation at that time and several others to kill this pursuit.

I am sure you have ideas.  So do I.  I think this could work out alright if some proper management skills are brought to bear.

I can't stop until someone notifies me case is dismissed.  I hope you understand.

Ted Whidden




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