BRAZIL SENIOR THINKS I DON’T HAVE THE DEGREES I CLAIM, A VIOLATION OF THE LAW.

 

HE SAID:

Florida Statute 817.566 Misrepresentation of association with, or academic standing at, postsecondary educational institution.—Any person who, with intent to defraud, misrepresents his or her association with, or academic standing or other progress at, any postsecondary educational institution by falsely making, altering, simulating, or forging a document, degree, certificate, diploma, award, record, letter, transcript, form, or other paper; or any person who causes or procures such a misrepresentation; or any person who utters and publishes or otherwise represents such a document, degree, certificate, diploma, award, record, letter, transcript, form, or other paper as true, knowing it to be false, is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. Individuals who present a religious academic degree from any college, university, seminary, or institution which is not licensed by the Commission for Independent Education or which is not exempt pursuant to the provisions of s. 1005.06 shall disclose the religious nature of the degree upon presentation.

HE SHOULD BE CAREFUL OF WHO HE CALLS A LIAR. IT IS PROBABLY SOMETHING THAT TOMMIE BOY TOLD HIM. I HAVE ALL THE DEGREES HE MENTIONED AND THEN SOME. IF THERE IS A LIAR HERE IT IS TOMMIE BOY. CAN’T WAIT FOR HIM TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION. THEN WE’LL SEE ABOUT FALSE CLAIMS.

JOE

 

4 Replies to “BRAZIL SENIOR THINKS I DON’T HAVE THE DEGREES I CLAIM, A VIOLATION OF THE LAW.

  1. Mr. Brazil if you and Tommie Jones have so much time to find a statute which was specifically addressed to Joe, assuming he did not have the education he has (plus I forgot he passed his water and wastewater certification classes at one time) perhaps you can call each of the institutions to verify that he has these diplomas since you are on a witch hunt of some kind. Karin for the blog

  2. Do you Trust Tommie Jones and Helen Miller have you verified each of their educational backgrounds?. You know some of us do tell the truth. It’s nice that your words are part of history. The phrase “Trust but verify” was made famous by Ronald Reagan in December 1987 after the signing of the INF Treaty with Mikhail Gorbachev. The Russian leader quipped, “You repeat that at every meeting,” to which Reagan replied, “I like it.”. The origin of the phrase is actually from a Russian proverb, “doveryai no proveryai” (Trust but verify ).

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