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Monday, February 19, 2018

A SCANDAL OF DEMOCRATS

A SCANDAL OF DEMOCRATS

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Environmentalist Maggy Hurchalla Loses in Court; Jury Awards Rock Mine $4.4 Million

Environmentalist Maggy Hurchalla Loses in Court; Jury Awards Rock Mine $4.4 Million

February 15, 2018 

Maggy Hurchalla, one of Florida's most prominent environmental activists, was found liable Wednesday for interfering with already-signed contracts. After eight days of testimony, the six-member Martin County Circuit Court jury awarded Lake Point Restoration more than $4.3 million in damages.
Hurchalla also will be required to pay court costs, which currently exceed $1 million, according to Lake Point officials. Lake Point, however, did not seek reimbursement of its attorney fees.
For the past five years, Hurchalla has sworn she was just an ordinary citizen voicing her concerns to Martin County commissioners that Lake Point had destroyed wetlands on its western Martin County property.
Read the entire story on Sunshine State News website HERE. 

Saturday, February 3, 2018

Finally, Martin Activist Maggy Hurchalla Goes to Trial

Finally, Martin Activist Maggy Hurchalla Goes to Trial

February 3, 2018 

The Lake Point lawsuit against Maggy Hurchalla, a former Martin County commissioner and environmental activist, alleging she interfered with the western Martin rock mine's contracts, finally … finally … goes to trial Monday. The county has endured five years of legal wrangling, accompanied by the choreographed hand-wringing and inflammatory remarks by Hurchalla groupies to get to this point.
As the trial date approaches, the intensity increases as Hurchalla supporters emphatically begin pointing to Lake Point as the culprit in creating this mess  -- those billionaires -- as if their wealth alone is sufficient evidence to vindicate Hurchalla of wrong-doing.
We have seen those widely distributed email blasts accusing Lake Point of hiding behind the scenes, pulling the strings, controlling even the state attorney and the grand jurors, who indicted sitting Commissioners Sarah Heard and Ed Fielding on two counts apiece and former commissioner Anne Scott on four counts of violating the state public records laws.
Credit: Patrick Carlson
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