Hey Mr. Donnelly;
As you well know, I’ve been championing for an investigation into shenanigans of the past DBHA administration. I kept telling everyone — and well no one really listened — “they’re bad eggs.”
Now that you’re listening, consider this:
- For many years, spanning both past and present DBHA administrations, there’s been one constant when it comes to their books — the Fee Accountant (Cornwell and Associates).
- And did you know, this past weekend Robinson was said to have rung up a colleague of Cornwell’s (I am guessing Marcie), spilling her guts.
WTF is that about? Why would a woman who supposedly stole enough money to buy herself a nice Ferrari feel the need to call Cornholio’s office?
How many “l’s” are in the word collusion?
Personally speaking, if I was in Cardra Robinson‘s shoes, I’d have called my legal team and shut my trap.
Sir, my spidey sense is all aflutter. Might I suggest that you crawl up Cornholio’s ass … ask him why he allowed the alleged theft of $200,000 to happen under his nose. Maybe ask him about former ED (and his good buddy) Pam Davis‘s supposed shenanigans that he sat in silence over.
One last note sir.
For many years, I asked for a complete investigation of that agency. Those previously in charge of the DBHA told me (and the city of Deerfield Beach) to take a flying fuck. When Deerfield wanted an audit, Davis and her lawyers got their big girl panties in a wad.
And who would ever forget the DBHA considered legal action and a slander suit against moi? Bring it bitch.
Fana’s team sent the OIG to town, thinking I was on the take.
The forensic auditors, Kessler Int’l, were ridiculed and scorned by Davis.
Who’s laughing now?
Sir, David Cornwell and Associates needs to be investigated — if simply to ascertain why Robinson felt the need to call them in her darkest hour.
As for me, it’s all about the perp walk. Let me know when Robinson’s going to take a stroll up the jailhouse steps, and I’ll be there with my bullhorn.