Regarding the 5-23-13 Gainesville Sun story on Camille Marino’s arrest this past Wednesday, there is no basis for the charges cited by the FDLE representatives in the article as being the reason they arrested Camille Marino on Wednesday. These mysterious, vague yet conveniently shocking charges that Florida is using to enable the arrest of Camille Marino yet again are false. If you are skeptical of this, try finding out the details of these “wire fraud” charges. They are nonexistent.
The story reports that the FDLE had arranged for Marino to come to the jail to pick up the property that had been seized during a raid on her home in June 2012. A few days before the meeting, Marino had been notified that they had found nothing among all of the items they removed that day to confirm the charges made by Raymond Bergeron of the University of Florida. It is very clear that FDLE timed the release of Marino’s personal property only at a time when they were prepared to arrest her again.
Actually, FDLE had visited Marino in her home a few weeks ago, handcuffing her there, and detaining her while they “checked” on what they said was an extradition warrant out of Michigan. Apparently though, Michigan was not interested in paying to have Marino extradited, so the FDLE took off the handcuffs and departed.
Camille Marino has won two legal cases against the University of Florida. She works to expose activities of the university that the university does not want others to see because it might cause donors and others to become upset and concerned, which will ultimately lead to the tarnishing of their reputation and threaten their funding.
Because of Marino’s successes exposing UF, they are desperate to remove her from the state.
Please note: Detroit is bankrupt. Michigan has no money to extradite a person charged with “posting a message.”