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Citizens have the right to protect their families and property against the rabble that exists in this country today," Hartshorn wrote.


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Bradley and a companion, Andria Michelle Kerchner, 20, stand accused of murder in the March 6 shooting of Pill, 52. Pill was shot five times after stopping a vehicle connected to a robbery at a nearby motel.


The suspect vehicle, a white Ford Explorer SUV, fled the scene leaving Pill dying on the street.

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…..item 3)…. FSU News.com … FSU … www.fsunews.com … Emails show support for Stand Your Ground


Paul Flemming

Capital Ideas


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May. 31, 2012


www.fsunews.com/article/20120531/—/205310353/Emails-sho…


Proponents of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law aren’t going to be outgunned.


If emails submitted to the group reviewing Florida’s Stand Your Ground law are any indication, public testimony will heavily favor the controversial statute that provides immunity from prosecution for anyone who uses deadly force in response to threats of great bodily harm or death.

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Emails posted on a public website that are on point and express an opinion run 34-2 in staunch favor of the law.


Gov. Rick Scott formed his Task Force on Citizen Safety and Protection in response to the outcry that followed the death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old shot to death by George Zimmerman in February.


Zimmerman was not immediately charged in Martin’s death, in part because of the Sanford Police Department’s reading of the state’s 2005 law and Zimmerman’s assertion that he shot Martin in self-defense.


On April 11, Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder, and Scott named his task force. Now the group will meet for a full day June 12 at Longwood’s Northland Church, less than seven miles from downtown Sanford. Public comment is scheduled for four hours, from 1-5 p.m., on a first-come, first-served basis. The Florida Channel will stream the meeting live at thefloridachannel.org.


Thomas Hartshorn, who identifies himself only as a voting, law-abiding citizen, frames Stand Your Ground as a bastion against criminals, and starts from the belief that the task force represents an effort to dilute it.


"This is an outrage to my 2nd Amendment rights. Governor Jeb Bush did us all a favor when this law was passed. Citizens have the right to protect their families and property against the rabble that exists in this country today," Hartshorn wrote.


Elmer Rowlands of Zephyrhills also thinks Scott’s task force is a threat even before it begins.


"I have lived in Florida since 1966 and probably the best thing that has happened here in that time is the stand your ground law," Rowlands wrote. "It should remain as it is, unchanged. Gov. Scott caved in to the national media debacle. At this point it is hypothetical that Zimmerman will even use that as his defense. Anyone who listens to the news about the bad guys every day knows it is a good law."


Rowlands makes a solid point on presumptions that the Zimmerman case is about Stand Your Ground. We won’t know that until the trial begins. In her virtuoso performance while announcing the charges against Zimmerman, State Attorney Angela Corey explained that her team of prosecutors would respond to defense arguments relying on Stand Your Ground as it would any other affirmative defense.


Misinterpretation is not exclusive to Stand Your Ground opponents with assertions that the task force aims to change the law.


They didn’t get that idea from Marion Hammer.


Hammer, executive director of Unified Sportsmen of Florida, past president of the National Rifle Association and chief proponent of the law as it made its way through the Legislature in 2005, sent out an email alert to USF and NRA members on April 24. "Protect Your Right To Refuse To Be A Victim" reads a headline on the email.


Hammer writes that Scott appointed the task force to present facts about the law.


"In the face of outrageous misinterpretations of the law by the anti-gun, anti-self defense Brady Campaign’s reckless henchmen, and politically motivated anti-gun legislators and politicians, Governor Rick Scott has appointed the Task Force on Citizen Safety and Protection to actually review the law and bring the truth to light," Hammer wrote.


It is undoubtedly Hammer’s email that has prompted the comments to the task force, and the fever pitch of her rhetoric aside, she rightly characterizes the group’s stated intent. The responses from NRA members also show a refreshing lack of cut-and-paste uniformity. Proponents of Stand Your Ground may share the same sentiments, but they come up with their own words to do so.


They may all reflexively shoot from the rhetorical and political hip, but they’re doing so from their own hips.


— Paul Flemming is the policy and politics editor for the Tallahassee Democrat and floridacapitalnews.com. Contact him at pflemming@tallahassee.com, 850-671-6550 or follow him on Twitter at @PaulFlemming.

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Shooting suspect’s aliases confound authorities


Bradley offers several names when arrested


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Brandon Bradley, a suspect in the shooting of Sheriffs Deputy Barbara Pill, is walked to a waiting patrol car for the trip to the county jail. / Craig Bailey, FLORIDA TODAY


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FLORIDA TODAY


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Minutes after a man allegedly shot and killed Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputy Barbara Pill, he gave police officers who were taking him into custody a false name: Joseph Green.


Police say the man was Brandon Lee Bradley, who records show has used at least four different names in repeat interactions with law enforcement and during criminal activity. Bradley’s surname even appears in different forms — sometimes as Brantley — on his birth certificate and Social Security card, among other legal documents.


Suspects giving false information is not uncommon in arrests and raises significant challenges for police, according to University of West Florida criminal justice professor and 30-year law enforcement veteran Richard M. Hough.


“It’s a widespread problem when people for various minor or serious reasons try to fool law enforcement about who they are,” Hough said. Technology, such as mobile fingerprint scanners and in-car computers, and police training have significantly helped to curb the cases when suspects successfully dupe police.


Bradley’s use of multiple names has posed a problem for law enforcement, and his multiple aliases are addressed in part of Brevard Sheriff’s Agent Don Reynolds’ report on Bradley’s arrest following the shooting of the deputy.


Bradley and a companion, Andria Michelle Kerchner, 20, stand accused of murder in the March 6 shooting of Pill, 52. Pill was shot five times after stopping a vehicle connected to a robbery at a nearby motel. The suspect vehicle, a white Ford Explorer SUV, fled the scene leaving Pill dying on the street.


Police chased the truck until it crashed into a ditch on Parkway Drive near Turtle Mound Road and arrested two people inside.


As police arrested the driver, Bradley, he “reportedly initially identified himself as ‘Joseph Green,’ ” with a birth date of Aug. 8, 1988, Reynolds’ report reads. The 119-page report was among new records released Wednesday in the case.


The report cautions that Bradley has multiple aliases, including two different surnames on vital records. Even Bradley’s suspended Florida driver’s license has last names Bradley and Brantley, Reynolds writes.


Contact Barchenger at 321-242-3669, sbarchenger@floridatoday.com or follow at Twitter.com/sbarchenger.


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On the front, the license reads “’Brandon Lee Bradley,’ however, within the signature block the name is signed ‘Brandon Brantley,’” the report says.


One day after Pill’s death, police interviewed Bradley’s mother, Tiffany Taylor. She said her son’s true last name is Brantley, as it appears on his Social Security card. But she also said it was different on his birth certificate.


“Mrs. Taylor continued to advise Brandon’s birth certificate was messed up at birth, and she never went and got it amended,” Reynolds’ report reads.


Reynolds chose to use the name Bradley in his report because it is the name that appears on the man’s birth certificate.


Why Bradley gave the name Joseph Green to police on the March 6 arrest is not addressed in the report, nor is it clear if Green is a real person.


In late September, Bradley was arrested on drug charges in a Melbourne police case. He identified himself as his brother, Keith Nelson, a man with no criminal history, and was taken to Brevard County jail.


After making an initial court appearance still under the false name, and telling a judge he’d never been in trouble before, Bradley posted bond and was released. Jail officials hadn’t confirmed his identity or discovered three active violation of probation warrants. The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is reviewing the release.


In media reports following Pill’s shooting, Bradley’s mother blamed jail officials for letting her son out of custody under the false name.


Pill’s widower, Steve Pill, has said he places no fault on law enforcement in Bradley’s release .


“The takeaway is, he knows he’s doing a bunch of bad stuff and he doesn’t want to get caught,” Hough said. “He doesn’t mind using apparently any method to avoid getting caught.”


Contact Barchenger at 321-242-3669, sbarchenger@floridatoday.com or follow at Twitter.com/sbarchenger.

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