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Sunday, September 12, 2010

100 Days Missing: Lynda Meier of Hallandale Beach has been gone for over 14 weeks, so where are all the "missing" flyers around town?

Back on July 1st, even though I then already knew what the sad and damnable answer was to my rhetorical question, I went ahead and asked it here anyway, thinking that perhaps someone else in South Florida had noticed the same queer and unprofessional thing I had:
What's THE worst possible thing you can do during an active search for a 'missing person'? Another tale of HB incompetency under Police Chief Magill

This week, you will all finally see that answer clearly for yourself.

Spoiler Alert: It was right in front of you the entire time!

Mendacious and incompetent Hallandale Beach Police Chief Thomas A. Magill, who continues to make this small ocean-side city in Broward County a never-ending laughingstock thru his self-serving words, highly questionable actions and disreputable behavior.

You will see the dots connected thru the use of contemporaneous photos I've taken since the first few days following the disappearance of forty-year old Hallandale Beach resident Lynda Robin Meier.

If you're any kind of reasonable person, you will be both angry and shocked when you hear what's been going on here for the past 14 weeks: nothing but unfettered incompetency.

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