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Sheriff Shoar welcomes skeptics to read evidence in Michelle O'Connell caseĀ 

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office has made documents on the Michelle O'Connell case available online, welcoming skeptics to read the evidence for themselves.

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loripend - 4/18/2014 10:00 PM
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Sheriff, your links to the case documents 'link' to error messages. More corruption. So obvious.

cheekmo - 12/26/2013 3:25 AM
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Based on the principles involved in this kind of case namely law enforcement personnel and a significant other, I believe there is a compelling argument that any case that involves alleged or possible domestic violence involving a member of local/county/state law enforcement should be pursued by federal (FBI) officers with an emphasis on possible civil rights violations. Because the system of reporting violence is designed the way it is, there is no buffer for spouses/partners of law enforcement personnel, therefore there is always the possibility of biases in how cases are investigated and or prosecuted....

Michigan OIDV - 12/2/2013 6:52 PM
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Sheriff Shoar - Here is an example of how Michigan handles supposed suicides of officers spouses: On August 30, 2011 Jennifer Webb's lifeless body was discovered hanging at the Buena Vista PD gun range. At first, the Buena Vista PD handled Jennifer's death as a suicide. But when Chief Brian Booker discovered that Jennifer was the girlfriend of one of his married officers - Kenneth Bluew - and that Jennifer was eight months pregnant with Bluew's son, the Chief turned Jennifer's death investigation over to the Michigan State Police. Officer Kenneth Bluew was charged with the murder of Jennifer Webb and the death of his unborn son. On October 11, 2012 he was convicted and sentenced in November 2012 to life in prison. The Michigan State Police's exemplary investigation of Jennifer's supposed suicide, should be mandated protocal for any "suicide" investigation of a police officer's spouse / girlfriend. Check out their investigation at: Why wasn't Michelle afforded the same type of investigation? Or more immportantly, why won't you allow a proper investigation for Michelle? Renee' Harrington - Michigan OIDV

Lifens77 - 12/1/2013 7:37 PM
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Sheriff Shoar has the opportunity to acknowledge his department's errors and oversights and his own poor judgement, re-open the case using competent resources and an expert prosecutor and let the jury decide. If he doesn't I'm guessing the federal government will do it for him. And we have to ask where Attorney General Pam Bondi and Governor Scott were in all this? Or did Scott and Bondi feel they needed Shoar's support for re-election?

wuhusoftware - 11/27/2013 9:58 PM
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Yes, Mr. Sheriff, I have a question. In your 135 page report, why did you decide to besmirch the reputation of the neighbors who clearly hear an argument between a woman and a woman, the woman calling for help, a gunshot, another call for help, another gunshot, then silence that just HAPPENED to match the crime scene exactly. Are you stating for the record that they are indeed the dopers that you publicly declared them to be or are they instead, augur, prognosticators, diviners, visionaries, fortune tellers, crystal-gazers, clairvoyants, psychics, or mediums to have known about exactly two gunshots? The world waits with baited breath.
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