DIPSHIDIOT MOM-DAUGHTER TEAM UP TO FALSIFY HOMECOMING VOTES

DIPSHIDIOT MOM-DAUGHTER TEAM UP TO FALSIFY HOMECOMING VOTES

L-R: Emily Grover, Laura Carroll  (Escambia County Jail)

 

Florida teen accused of rigging homecoming election with mom to be charged as an adult

Officials have confirmed that Carroll was suspended from her job, but it wasn’t clear if she has been fired

A Florida teen, who along with her mother is accused of rigging a homecoming queen election in her favor, is being charged as an adult, Fox News has confirmed.

Emily Rose Grover was still 17 when she was arrested in March and turned 18 last month. A spokesman for the State Attorney’s Office in Escambia County told Fox News Tuesday that Grover will be tried as an adult.

Grover and her mother, Laura Rose Carroll, 50, face multiple felony charges stemming from the October homecoming vote at Tate High School in Pensacola, Florida.

While employed as an assistant principal at Bellview Elementary School in the same county, Carroll accessed the school district’s internal system to cast fraudulent votes for her daughter, officials said.

Authorities began investigating the matter in November after the Escambia County School District reported unauthorized access into hundreds of student accounts, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

DAWG SAYS: AT LEAST IT IS ALL IN THE FAMILY


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DIPSHIDIOT TRIES TO ROB A CONCEAL CARRY CLASS (VIDEO)

DIPSHIDIOT TRIES TO ROB A CONCEAL CARRY CLASS (VIDEO)

SPOILER ALERT: IT DID NOT WORK OUT WELL FOR HIM

PLAY STUPID GAMES WIN STUPID PRIZES


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SATIRE POST OF THE DAY: GETS ELECTED TO BE RE-ELECTED

SATIRE POST OF THE DAY: GETS ELECTED TO BE RE-ELECTED


Newly Elected Representative Pledges To Spend Every Minute Fighting To Get Reelected

Speaking before a group of loyal supporters who seriously believe an individual politician can really make a difference for their small town, a newly elected representative pledged that he would spend every minute fighting to get reelected.

Voice wavering, the candidate vowed, “I will be your mouthpiece, shaking the halls of Congress, boldly fighting for your most cherished ideal, which is that I continue to stay in office for years to come.” Raising a hand to calm the uproarious applause, he continued, “Trust me, no one knows the difficulties you face as a community in reelecting me more than I do, and that’s why I’m the man for the job.”

Speaking on anonymity after the rally, local man Victor Bulberson– who lives in the rusted-out AMC rambler behind the local post office– said, “You bet I’m voting for him. I feel he really understands what we value around here. He really gets us.”


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FRANK CARSON ET AL UPDATE: LA TIMES REPORTER STARTING FRANK CARSON PODCASTS

Christopher Goffard is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist, author, and podcaster. He is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times and was a finalist for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for the Best First Novel. His podcast Dirty John has been downloaded more than 50 million times

Los Angeles Times Launches Spring Audio Slate with ‘The Times’ Daily News Podcast

The newspaper’s audio division will also launch a second season of the acclaimed interview-style podcast “Asian Enough” and a new true-crime podcast, “The Trials of Frank Carson,” from Times Staff Writer Christopher Goffard, the host behind the hit podcasts “Dirty John” and “Detective Trapp.”

Written and hosted by L.A. Times Staff Writer and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Christopher Goffard, “The Trials of Frank Carson” is a new eight-episode true crime podcast about power, politics and the law in California’s Central Valley.

The series will follow the story of Frank Carson, Stanislaus County’s most controversial defense attorney, a wizard with juries and a courtroom brawler with an unapologetically caustic style.

When a small-time thief disappeared, police — some of them Carson’s longtime adversaries — launched a massive investigation into a spectral underworld of street hustlers, junkies and snitches.

Carson was charged with murder and accused of masterminding a conspiracy. It would be one of the longest criminal trials in California history, with the flinty veteran of so many courtroom wars on trial for his life. The first two episodes will premiere May 25, with episodes being released through June, and bonus episodes available exclusively to L.A. Times subscribers.


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