Kruidbos sues Corey

Finally a lawyer with some balls. Thanks Mr. White. Tear that house of horrors down. It would be nice if you can take the opportunity to expose the larger scheme and get to Bondi, Scott, etc. all the schemers but I know I’m may be reaching there. And hey let’s not forget the nefarious practice in Corey’s office to avoid Sunshine Laws by keeping communications devoid of case numbers and such, god knows what else they do down there to get convictions win persecutions, especially highly publicized ones like George’s.

“It’s important to understand that we’re not just saying my client was wrongfully terminated,” attorney Wesley White said. “We’re also saying that the state attorney broke the law.”

Florida law prohibits firing people for testifying in trials they’ve been subpoenaed to take part in, and that’s what Corey did to Kruidbos, White said.

The lawsuit should also send a message to Corey that she has no right to fire dedicated employees who are trying to do the right thing, White said.”


13 thoughts on “Kruidbos sues Corey

  1. This is the beginning of the end of Angela Corey. a truly evil woman who deserves neither compassion no quarter or mercy of any kind
    May God have mercy on her degenerate soul.

  2. For Dman and the lawyer types:

    This termination arose as a result of Kruidhos speaking with the defense in the Zimmerman case. What aspects of the case will be relevant to his civil suit? Could this possibly open the door to Corey’s misconduct and/or malicious prosecution?

    I only hope all of the trial will be public and that no “behind closed doors” confidential settlement is reached that would shut us all out from knowing what happened.

    I will be surprised if Corey allows her conduct to be aired in public. If the State will have to pay up for her, then she might gladly settle. IDK but I am anxious to see someone punish her.

    • The termination letter, as I recall, went into some detail beyond Kruidbos’ contact with the defense, but seems to be contradicted in general by the performance reviews received prior to this blow up.

      As for going to trial, it would seem that this would be a case where the State would not want to go to trial, nor expose themselves to extensive pre-trial discovery that would reveal unseeming detail into the inner workings of the Corey regime.

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