Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Polygraph Test / Rigged felony chsrge / Mug shot


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POLYGRAPH RESULTS

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Four areas questioned

1)  Falsified Boca Raton Police report    On Super Bowl Sunday (2018) I helped people get through a broken RR crossing. A month later (March 2008) the Boca Raton police spoke with me about it. Officer Lima specifically said I would not be arrested (the RR crossing was inoperable. I was allowed to mitigate the circumstances). 2 months after that (3 months after the incident) I was put in jail and arrested for a felony. I NOTICED THE POLICE REPORT WAS BACK-DATED. Almost a month. It was falsified in at least 3 places by different people so there was corrupt intent. No mistakes here. 



2) When I spoke to FBI Agent Adam Granit (Davie, FL) in November of 2017 I took meticulous notes of our conversation. I was astounded by his bigotry and his comprehensive defense of New Beginnings’ (NB) sex trafficking ring run. I remarked that some “down and out” transgendered youth overseas may have had to independently choose prostitution to make ends meet. To this statement Adam Granit replied, “it sounds like like these kids are in a better place in a $2 M house.” I was aghast at this comment. To assume that being a sex slave is to be elevated above anything in life demonstrates his lack of fitness as an investigator and, quite frankly, as a human being. No one so ignorant and callous should put in a put in a position to try and rescue sex trafficked kids. This man has lost his humanity.



3) Another comment illustrated Granit’s full throttle defense of New Beginnings. What came to mind during our conversation was that I was talking to NB's defense attorney. There are truly only a couple of reasons why Granit would take such hard line stance in favor of sex traffickers. One reason is for cash (bribes). The other would be blackmail for having "used the merchandise." This would be rape. And this would not be the first cop to have sex with a trafficked girl or a prostitute... along with an army who know about it and say nothing. The thin blue line. This explains why the Johns/buyers/rapists  are NEVER arrested or convicted. Granit had the audacity to state to me, “I have looked through your blog and I don’t see any minors there.” This statement would come from a man who had taken bites from the forbidden fruit. No one can look at the pictures below and conclude that none of these kids are minors. These pictures were supplied by new Beginnings. Think of what they are hiding.





4) Adam Granit next played dumb. He used the “ignorance card.” Some of NB’s pictures date back to 2012. Thus, NB has been operating in seven different calendar years. The city of Davie does not contain the wealth of other Florida cities. $2 M houses stand out. Granit claimed he had no idea where New Beginnings was located. Please look at the clues I gave him and the map below. It is not believable that he did not know where NB was. I gave him this information: (a) $ 2 M house (b) off an access road (c) in a gated community (d) in a cul-de sac.



     I was furious when I hung up the phone with Adam Granit. I called for an investigation against him the next day. But the Attorney General told ne that he was the only agent in Broward County and I had no choice but to use him. I have given more probable cause than any investigator would ever need. Given what I had informationally supplied them, I believe that no investigation should be over 8 months old. There is no bona fide investigation here.



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             MUG SHOT -  EARLY MAY 2017
A badge of honor for any good activist.

The smile in the mug shot?
That's for you FBI AGENT Adam Granit... you corrupt sex trafficking pig from hell.



THE LAW: 













SUMMARY:


Someone of influence has desired to intimidate me and make attempts to hurt my credibility. Of course, this is what an effective activist can expect when nearing the nucleus of truth. It is corrupt to arrest, jail, and file a felony charge against a man (me) me for performing what is clearly a legal act. An act where I was helping people who were becoming desperate. The law is as clear as the noon day sun. See the law posted above. There is even “case law” supporting my actions behind the statute itself. I am disturbed that officers of the law can be influenced and corrupted so easily. There is NO OPERATION on something that is broken.

QUICK SUMMARY: An hour before the Patriots/Eagles Super Bowl (02/04/18) at around 6 PM I was driving East (towards Ocean) on Glades Road in Boca Raton. As I approached Dixie Highway I could see the RR crossing malfunctioned. The RR crossing beams were bobbing up and down until they finally just fell. There was no train that came during this period (the time when the RR crossing was inoperable and broken).

Cars quickly backed up as far as my eyes could see. Some drivers were visibly upset and shaken because they had older parents or loved ones to tend to. We had been held up for so long we had begun to talk to each other. I decided to be “part of the solution” by lifting the broken beam where drivers could pull up, stop, look a ½ mile each way, and proceed across the tracks. Lifting the cross beam of an inoperable RR crossing is a LEGAL ACT. The law takes 30 seconds to read (above).

Drivers and passengers were extremely grateful for me helping them. I do not claim to be a Saint, but the facts were that many people were very thankful that I helped them. As people passed by they made comments like…

"God Bless you."

"Thank you for doing this."

and even... "You are my hero."     

ONE MONTH LATER: A Boca Raton police officer ("Alfredo Lima" with a female officer) knocked on my door. I had no idea why they was there. He said someone took a picture of me helping cars through at the RR crossing. Mind you… I offered my own personal time for those I helped. I could have been selfish and just passed through myself (my small car could fit under the broken beams with easy work).

Boca officer Liam (I believe was the name) supported my reporting of events by telling me that over forty 911 calls were made. There were a lot of distressed people. This was a major problem. Here is how I capsulized the Boca police visit:
-      I was NOT being arrested
-      I was not given a warning (though I concluded that there perhaps was an implicit warning).
    - With the advantage of perspective, I look back now and
       wonder if this "pop-in" was a precursor to an arrest. 

It is quite preposterous that man hours could be used on this "nothing event." It appeared the Sheriff Dept would be tasked with the heavy hand. Again, the fact that law enforcement men would be tied up over such a fatuous matter is sadly revealing. It is also disturbing that a Palm Beach Deputy would make a liar out of the Boca officer who told me – straight up – there would be no arrest (and nothing was added to the case thereafter). Trust erodes when cops go back on their word.  

THREE MONTHS LATER: A Sheriff deputy comes to my home to cuff me, put me in a cruiser, and take me to jail. “Interfering with a RR crossing” is a felony (my note: only if it is operational and not broken). I was not home so I was able to turn myself in after taking care of $3,000 bail and a $2500 legal fee.

THE POLICE REPORT:
-      No officer was at the scene
-      A brief conversation (a month after the fact) occurred at my home with Boca police (no action taken)
-      This Boca officer took some notes and said that someone had taken a picture of me at the RR gate crossing. The Boca police issued nothing and simply left. I will say he was very courteous.
-      Two months later, a Palm Beach Sheriff Deputy files felony charges.
-      Using the notes of the Boca officer who wasn’t there, and willfully ignoring the law as it is written, this Sheriff deputy decided to jail me. Apparently the “world became a safer place" because this anti-sex trafficking activist was locked up (safer for the traffickers).  Not surprisingly, the police report is not accurate.

Folks... I hope that you really see how many police resources are being (and have been) used and how much time was wasted for this nonsense. $80,000 per year sakried men are harassing me over a broken cross beam. There are people with abducted children whose kids could have been looked for during this waste of time. I received a message that a family’s teen daughter has been missing for 95 days and they are frantic. I wonder how she feels about how the time was used? Thug and goon tactics are NOT police work.

The arrest has smeared me and I have paid a personal price already. A felony arrest charge gets one’s mug shot in the paper. Any employer can see this. Any volunteer org can see this. Any friend can see this. People almost always assume one is guilty if an arrest is made. EMPLOYERS will not hire someone with a felony arrest even if they are never convicted. Even if the case is thrown out. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Dept. should be sued for negligence at best… and for corruption at its worst. A felony arrest is nothing to take lightly.

- How it plays out in real life:  I took a woman to dinner (first date) a few weeks ago and it went really well. Afterwards she researched me and found the recent mug shot (and the felony charge). She immediately assumed I was a criminal and broke off all contact with me.

- On another note… I beamed my smile on my mug shot because I did not want to appear as a “sad sack” that could/would be perceived a bona fide criminal.  As with investigating sex trafficking… it is critical to “look for the red flags.” There are many to spot here. 

What has been done here is very serious. The mischief that police can create is horrific. One anti sex trafficking activist that I have spoken to stated that a very credible attempt was made to put drugs in his car in order to pin him. He never touched a drug. 

If bribes are being paid and some in law enforcement have activities to hide... what happened to me is predictable... and very alarming. As a community let's keep our antennas be up.

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July 2018    It has since been revealed that The Boca police officer back-dated the police report and had a notary lie for him as well. I have had enough.

I passed a  polygraph test to prove I am telling the truth about this situation. Details are on "Red Flag # 1."

Here are 2 e mails I sent to Boca police.


Dear Boca Raton Chief of Police:

 If you fire someone for making racist comments... what do you do to those falsifying police reports?

   I passed a polygraph test regarding the facts of this case. I KNOW MY POLICE REPORT WAS  BACKDATED BY ALMOST A MONTH. I am not an idiot.

  On Super Bowl Sunday (2018) I helped people get through a broken RR crossing. A month later (March 2008) the Boca Raton police spoke with me about it. Officer Lima specifically said I would not be arrested (the RR crossing was inoperable. I was allowed to mitigate the circumstances). 2 months after that (3 months after the incident) I was put in jail and arrested for a felony. I NOTICED THE POLICE REPORT WAS BACK-DATED. Almost a month. It was falsified in at least 3 places by different people so there was corrupt intent. No mistakes here. 

  Fraud as clear as the noonday sun. What will you do about it? Shove it under the thin blue line?
  Trust me... it is out there and being read as I write this.

  And do you really wonder why people hate cops with this level of fraud? White gang bangers.

  I will know that you and others are serious about sex trafficking when a rapist (a buyer) is actually arrested. Zero % arrest rate.  Sickening.    Read here: http://wbtruth.blogspot.com/  

The word on the street is Johns don't get arrested because police would be arresting their "own." I think the "word on the street" is correct. 

    Mark Robbins


E mail sent next day:


Sergeant Suarez of Boca Raton police:

   I received your message that you tried to contact me.

  I have devoted at least 50 hours of my own time over 8 months "gift wrapping" a case against a sex trafficking ring. This sex ring came way too close to my family in a very personal way.

    What has happened here is very telling and descriptive of law enforcement. The one fighting the hardest against sex trafficking is the only one to have spent a night in jail, charged with a crime , and is $2800 poorer. I must also suffer the perpetual indignity of having my "felony" mug shot put out in the ethers in full public view. I must suffer the grave consequences of this for those I meet in the future and it is clearly an obstacle in helping sex trafficked victims. Basically the police have destroyed my reputation on this alone. 

(And yes... there was an incident in 2016 where I was arrested for burglary (not convicted) as I was retrieving my bike (that I had paid for) from my then girlfriend's shared rental house that I was obviously in many times. A house where, at the time, I WAS PAYING 700 DOLLARS PER MONTH IN RENT.  Ken Ronan's law firm told me this arrest could be expunged but two cannot). 

     The code law enforcement lives by is well worn and is set up to protect its own.  I refuse to be re-victimized again. In the words of Phil McGraw, " I am not going to have you "piss on my leg and tell me it is raining." The thin blue line is only wired to discredit me. This is why I took a polygraph test.

The "fox watching the hen house" does not work for lawyers, judges, or law enforcement. It is a broken as the legal methodology to fight sex trafficking where less than 1 per cent of the rapists (buyers) are arrested. An inconvenient truth easily dismissed and placed into law enforcements' "big box of denial."

      The most effective way for me to be heard is through a civil law suit. This is the route I am choosing and I ask that I not harassed in the meantime. 

      Mark Robbins


On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 1:47 PM Suarez, Chris <CSuarez@ci.boca-raton.fl.us> wrote:
Mr. Robbins,

I have received your email and I would like to speak with you regarding what you wrote.  I attempted to call your phone (570-592-3246) but it went straight to voicemail and the mailbox was full.  Please call me at 561-982-4824 to discuss your concerns.  Thank you.

Sergeant Suarez


Christopher Suarez | Professional Standards Bureau Supervisor
Boca Raton Police Services Department
100 NW 2nd Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 
P:  561-982-4824   |  F:  561-982-4875   E: csuarez@myboca.us

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On Jul 5, 2018, at 3:37 PM, Mark Robbins <markrobbins3000@gmail.com> wrote:

Sergeant Suarez of Boca Raton police:

   I received your message that you tried to contact me.

  I have devoted at least 50 hours of my own time over 8 months "gift wrapping" a case against a sex trafficking ring. This sex ring came way too close to my family in a very personal way.

    What has happened here is very telling and descriptive of law enforcement. The one fighting the hardest against sex trafficking is the only one to have spent a night in jail, charged with a crime , and is $2800 poorer. I must also suffer the perpetual indignity of having my "felony" mug shot put out in the ethers in full public view. I must suffer the grave consequences of this for those I meet in the future and it is clearly an obstacle in helping sex trafficked victims. Basically the police have destroyed my reputation on this alone. 

(And yes... there was an incident in 2016 where I was arrested for burglary (not convicted) as I was retrieving my bike (that I had paid for) from my then girlfriend's shared rental house that I was obviously in many times. A house where, at the time, I WAS PAYING 700 DOLLARS PER MONTH IN RENT.  Ken Ronan's law firm told me this arrest could be expunged but two cannot). 

     The code law enforcement lives by is well worn and is set up to protect its own.  I refuse to be re-victimized again. In the words of Phil McGraw, " I am not going to have you "piss on my leg and tell me it is raining." The thin blue line is only wired to discredit me. This is why I took a polygraph test.

The "fox watching the hen house" does not work for lawyers, judges, or law enforcement. It is a broken as the legal methodology to fight sex trafficking where less than 1 per cent of the rapists (buyers) are arrested. An inconvenient truth easily dismissed and placed into law enforcements' "big box of denial."

      The most effective way for me to be heard is through a civil law suit. This is the route I am choosing and I ask that I not harassed in the meantime. 

      Mark Robbins



On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 1:47 PM Suarez, Chris <CSuarez@ci.boca-raton.fl.us> wrote:

Mr. Robbins,

I have received your email and I would like to speak with you regarding what you wrote.  I attempted to call your phone (570-592-3246) but it went straight to voicemail and the mailbox was full.  Please call me at 561-982-4824 to discuss your concerns.  Thank you.

Sergeant Suarez


Christopher Suarez | Professional Standards Bureau Supervisor
Boca Raton Police Services Department
100 NW 2nd Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 
P:  561-982-4824   |  F:  561-982-4875   E: csuarez@myboca.us

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