Liberty County Sheriff Arrested by Gov. Rick Scott for Defending Second Amendment

Analysis from Kris Anne Hall

From YouTube:

http://www.libertyfederation.com – This week Liberty County Florida Sheriff, Nick Finch was arrested by Governor Rick Scott for standing in defense of the Constitution and honoring his oath of office. Sheriff Finch believes the Second Amendment means what it says, our Right to keep and bear arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. What Sheriff Finch did was well within his authority and in full compliance with the rules and regulations for records retention and destruction. What Sheriff Finch did was stand in the gap where the government is trying to erode your Liberty.

Sheriff Finch made the decision to not pursue a charge against Floyd Parish; well within the authority of the Sheriff to do. Upon making that decision, Sheriff Finch removed Parish’s file from the records and removed his name from the jail log. Well within his authority; The General Records Schedule for Law Enforcement, Correctional Facilities, and District Medical Examiners outlines this authority.

You can contact Gov. Rick Scott at: http://www.flgov.com/contact-gov-scott/

Office of Governor Rick Scott
State of Florida
The Capitol
400 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001

(850) 488-7146

      
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tmedlin
tmedlin
8 years ago

I’ve done no research, yet…but this sounds like one of those where there’s more to the story

rogerunited
8 years ago
Reply to  tmedlin

I hope not. Its an awesome story as stands, but does sound a little thin.

fed up
fed up
8 years ago

I expect other sheriffs will be removed from office or arrested as time goes by for standing their ground by upholding the law.

tmedlin
tmedlin
8 years ago

destroying the records appears to be where he “crossed the line”. I suspect he gets his job back after an investigation concludes.

tmedlin
tmedlin
8 years ago

I thought “expunging” was done by the courts, but I may be wrong…it will surely be an interesting story, to see how this plays out.