From a September 15th, 2013 post on John Wayne Smith’s Facebook page. Smith is currently seeking the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF’s) nomination for governor.
Yesterday I went to Ormond Beach to an organizational meeting for LPF Region 7. It was a good day and at the end of the meeting I had a one on one meeting with Alex Snitker. He wanted to see if there was someway that we could put the past behind us and work together, We agreed on a lot of things and did agree to try to work together.
Yesterdays Facebook activity especially on “Libertarian Salutations’ was very instructive on how the Wyllie camp want to work together.
Overnight I decided to file criminal charges against a number of people for cyber bullying and criminal interference in a political campaign.
It will take me a week to put the complaint together but I will report it to the Lake County Sheriffs Department tomorrow. There are specific laws in Florida against Cyber-bullying and interfering unlawfully in a political campaign ‘
I will be charging Dana Moxley Cummings and Daniel Alexandra with aiding And abetting cyber bulling And attempts to interfere unlawfully with a political campaign.
I will also be charging Lynn House of these same charges and additionally with attempts to destroy evidence by deleting Post she thought were too offensive. However Facebook retains them in their records. There may be other charges against Ms. House as the investigation goes on. I will also be including the stacks of e mails that have passed by in the period of the last 5 years.
There will be at least 20 other people charged under these statutes, including Brent Albertson, Tom Rhodes, Jim Tall.
I will go through the threads of “Libertarian Solutions” and Identify other people who are guilty of Cyber bulling and all attempts of intimidation by others. I suggest you people lawyer up, because this is going to be expensive for you.
Smith’s campaign website can be found here. His opponent for the LPF gubernatorial nomination is former state chairman Adrian Wyllie. A third contender, Alexander George (former chair of the Libertarian Party of Polk County), is reportedly considering a run.