So much to do, so little time

I started writing this blog because of my pain, frustration, indignation. In the beginning, I wrote a few times a week. Then weekly. Then it seemed I could barely get one out every few weeks. Now its been what? A month? More.... I remember talking with one of Jace early attorneys...he said that while most … Continue reading So much to do, so little time

Statistically Speaking

Many of you know I am a computer programmer by trade, so statistics and analytics are definitely in my wheel house. Last year, while on the Dr. Phil show I asked an ICAC task force police officer what I felt was an important question. If you are interested in saving children, if that is the … Continue reading Statistically Speaking


I recently discovered this word, schadenfreude. A German word whosemeaning is defined as the experience of pleasure, joy, or self-satisfactionthat comes from learning of or witnessing the troubles, failures, orhumiliation of another. I have a friend, currently in a Tennessee jail, who I have previously writtenabout. He was accused of possessing child pornography. He denies … Continue reading Schadenfreude

I Can’t Breathe

Just over a year ago, in Minneapolis, a police officer, and the culture of limitless police power, took the life of a man. On a whim. Without regard to his civil rights, or the effect such a choice would have on the people with whom his life intersected. It was a crime perpetrated by a man, a cop, who felt he was above the law. A cop, who most … Continue reading I Can’t Breathe

Thank goodness for Grady Judd!

Sheriff Judd arrested 17 people in “Operation Child Protector” which ran from July 27 through Aug. 1. The sting created a revenue stream for central Florida by generating a purported 49 felonies and two misdemeanours, including “travelling to meet a minor for sex, attempted lewd battery, use of a computer to seduce a child and … Continue reading Thank goodness for Grady Judd!