The RHATT Pack Watch
Today is Saturday, November 10th, Day 199 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.
The “Watch” has been informed that a Federal Grand Jury was recently enpaneled in Jacksonville. Apparently, it’s related to the Red-face Ratt, his Lapdog “Just keep paying me” Tebow and the “Gang of Three” members Mindless “Splain it to me” Tanja and Suck-up “Idi Amin Dada Mini Me Despot” Lofty.
The Grand Jury is usually one of the first procedures in a criminal trial Typically, a Federal Prosecutor impanels between 16 and 23 jurors for a few days a month, but for many months. Grand Juries, which are often adversarial in nature, are meant to determine whether there is sufficient evidence or probable cause, to indict a criminal suspect. Grand Juries do not involve making a finding of guilt or punishment of a party. Generally speaking, Grand Jury proceedings are much more relaxed than normal court proceedings.
There is no Judge present and except for the prosecutor, usually there are no lawyers either. Normally, the Prosecutor will explain the law to the Jury and work with them to hear testimony and gather evidence. Unlike a normal courtroom, a Grand Jury has bound by strict rules of evidence, but has broad powers to see and hear almost any potential evidence they would like.
Although Grand Juries do not need a unanimous decision from all members to indict, it does need a super majority in Agreement. Grand jury proceedings are kept in the strictest confidence to encourage witnesses to speak freely and without fear of retaliation and to protect the potential defendant’s reputation in case the Grand Jury decides not to indict. When and if a Grand Jury reaches an indictment, the Prosecutor takes that indictment to a regular Court and trial.
Since Grand Jury proceedings are held in the strictest confidence, no one can be certain which, if any activities of the Ratt, his Lapdog and the “Gang” are being investigated. There certainly is no shortage of options for a Federal Prosecutor to choose from.
The Grand Jury could be reviewing evidence associated with election fraud and vote rigging.
They could be looking into the Town paying invoices for which there was no work rendered. It appears this has involved over $100,000 and is continuing to this day. This is a form of theft and would easily qualify for Grand Jury action. But then again, the Prosecutor could be bringing evidence of embezzlement. Over $150,000 was embezzled through an elaborate scheme apparently concocted by the Ratt at the request of Mindless and Sellout. This would represent great fodder for any Grand Jury.
Alternatively, the Grand Jury could be looking into the drug culture orchestrated by the Ratt throughout White Springs. Certainly, any Grand Jury would want to look at more than the individual, although it is event there is excessive, use of illicit drugs by the Ratt. They probably would want to look at the extensive network of dealers on literally every street corner and at the front desk in Town Hall. More than likely, any Prosecutor would want to bring the Ratt’s proclivity for young fondlings, and much, much more.
There are many other actions undertaken by the Ratt, his Lapdog and the “Gang” that misused, wasted or stole White Springs funds that should be investigated. This includes giving free vehicles and credit cards to “Cousins” Steve and Andrew amounting to over $100,000 in costs to White Springs’ citizens or wasting over $670,000 on an unneeded excavator and trailer to hide the Ratt’s other illicit activities; or robbing over $510,000 from the Fuel Tax Revenues; or unnecessarily delaying a critical project so that it increased the costs by over $1,000,000 and putting the Town at risk for over $2,000,000 with a foolhardy offer for the property adjacent to his residence and much more.
The Grand Jury will help, but you need to get involved. Become knowledgeable about the issues. Hold your officials accountable. Root out their corrupt activities including drugs, bribes embezzlement, fraud, pedophilia, nepiophilia, ephebophilia, nepotism, retaliation. Call the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000.