Tax and credit-card fraud have been happening in large levels in Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) for close to two decades. When I was working for the FDC Inspector General’s Office as a Confidential Informant, I was involved in investigation into individuals who were filing more than 100 tax returns a year. All of the tax-returns they were filing ranged between $1,200 and $4,800. As it relates to credit-card fraud, I can’t count how many inmates I’ve known over the last decade who have processed hundreds of credit-card applications a year over their cell-phones. The majority of inmates who engage in tax and credit-card fraud in FDC have staff helping them with their fraud. From personal knowledge I understand the Federal Government’s interest in protecting their investigation into organized fraud in FDC.
I also hope that the Federal Government understands how important it is to protect their investigations. For this reason I hope everybody understands that justice for the murder of Darren Rainey must happen. In my book “DEPARTMENT OF CORRUPTION – Darren Rainey – The Untold Story” I explained in detail the audio recordings that were covertly obtained in 2013 and 2014 of Roland Clarke at Dade C.I. admitting to torturing mentally disabled inmates and killing Darren Rainey. The Government has copies of the recordings. I pray that the recordings are used to support prosecuting those involved with killing Rainey. Those friends of mine who have copies of the recordings I mentioned in my “Department of Corruption” book, know what circumstances to release the recordings without my direction.
To show how serious I am, I will provide the following information for people to start investigation:
(1) In 2008 a high-ranking federal official in Tallahassee, Florida directed the FDC Inspector General’s Office to investigate information I supplied the federal official concerning Washington C.I. Main Unit – now Northwest Florida Reception Center.
(2) In 2009 FDC Inspector General James Hayden at Wakulla C.I. Annex requested that his supervisors approve my transfer from Wakulla C.I. Annex because my identity as an informant had been disclosed.
(3) I’ve been involved with investigations in FDC as an informant since 2002.
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