Monday, July 28, 2014
Ex-Con drug dealer Edward Chinnici has Amended his Frivolous Federal Lawsuit that he filed against me for publicizing his links to the rape and murder of Coralrose Fullwood. Chinnici has now Included the North Port Police Department, Chief Of Police Terry Lewis and Sarasota County, he is Seeking $9.5 Million, what a P.O.S.
The Berkshire Eagle, UPDATE: July 20th, 2014….Edward Chinnici, 53, of Main Street, Bennington, Vt., admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license that was continued without a finding until Sept. 17, 2014. Chinnici was fined $50, see http://www.berkshireeagle.com/news/ci_26182466/courts
NBC 2 TV FORT MYERS June 25, 2009 6:19 PM EDT: The rape and murder of six-year-old Coralrose Fullwood was videotaped and the recording was kept in a Sarasota County storage facility, according to a man who says he witnessed the grotesque event. Police are pouring over evidence from a North Port storage facility after a man told investigators someone videotaped the 2006 rape and murder of six-year-old Coralrose Fullwood. They reportedly seized videotapes and equipment from the rented unit. On August 12, Patrick Murphy was arrested and charged with the premeditated murder, sexual assault and kidnapping of Coralrose Fullwood. But as the investigation went on, North Port police say a link between Patrick Murphy and Edward Chinnici through illicit drug activity became apparent. Over a two-month period, North Port police worked with a confidential source with the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office that said he had information about Fullwood’s murder. He told police he was at Murphy’s house the night she was murdered. He also told them that there were two other girls and a 10-year-old boy there as well and that he told everyone to watch as he made one of the girls perform oral sex on that boy. According to the report, the informant stated that he saw Murphy “smack around” then “bend over and sodomize” one of the young girls.The informant told officials that, according to Edward Chinnici the rape and murder of Fullwood was captured on videotape and that he would not get rid of the tape. The informant went on to say Chinnici kept other videos and illegal drugs in that North Port storage unit, see http://www.nbc-2.com/story/10703726/report-coralrose-murder-was-videotaped
NORTH PORT: Police chief speaks about Coralrose murder, July 26th 2009. North Port Police Chief Terry Lewis broke his silence about new clues in the Coralrose Fullwood murder after an informant came forward claiming the six-year-old’s rape and murder had been videotaped. On June 10th 2009, police raided a storage unit at a storage facility in North Port. The unit was rented by 49-year-old Edward Chinnici. “We found videos in that unit,” said Chief Lewis. A confidential source told detectives that unit may contain video of the brutal rape and murder of Coralrose. “We may find something or we may have found something on those tapes,” said Chief Lewis. That source told law enforcement officials that he was actually at Patrick Murphy’s house the night Coralrose was murdered. He also said that he witnessed Murphy rape a young girl and that he is positive Coralrose was one of the three girls at Murphy’s home that night. The source says Chinnici told him that he videotaped the rape and murder and that’s what led police to raid his storage unit. Coralrose was found murdered in 2006. Almost two years later, after receiving a DNA match, Murphy was arrested and charged with her rape and murder. “This is a six-year-old girl from our community and our children mean everything to us. This community won’t rest and we won’t rest until everyone involved in this crime is brought to justice,” Chief Lewis said. see http://www.nbc-2.com/story/10703786/police-chief-speaks-about-coralrose-murder
Ex-Con drug dealer Edward Chinnici learned his Jailhouse Lawyer craft at the the New River Unit and the Tallahassee CRC State prison units, most likely with the aid of the National Lawyers Guild and the ACLU publications in the Prison library.
National Lawyers Guild’s Support and Defense of Al-Qaeda, Communism, Occupy Movement Black Bloc Terrorists and Prison Inmates. Terror lawyer & National Lawyers Guild member Lynne Stewart, her photo above, ordered to prison after conviction upheld, Stewart and the NLG are Al-Qaeda’s Law Firm. Stewart, 69, a member of the National Lawyers Guild, was convicted in February 2005 of conspiracy and providing and concealing material support of terrorism for her actions in smuggling messages from “blind sheik” Omar Abdel-Rahman to his followers in the Islamic terror group Gama’a al-Islamiyya.
The National Lawyers Guild has been most articulate in its attacks upon all agencies of the US Government seeking to expose or prosecute the subversive activities of the Communist network, including national, State, and local investigative committees, the Department of Justice, the FBI, and law enforcement agencies generally. The National Lawyers Guild was frequently identified as a legal front organization for the Communist Party. “In December 1975, a National Lawyers Guild delegation traveled to Puerto Rico to attend the Congress of the Puerto Eican Socialist Party (Communist). They are expected to send a delegation to the Middle East some time this year to meet with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). This trip is being organized in coordination with the Palestine Solidarity Committee, a group closely linked to the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee aka the Weatherman terrorist group.”
Ex-Con Drug Dealer Edward F. Chinnici, DOB 12/25/1959, now lives at 737 Main Street (rear entrance) Bennington Vermont 05201. Ex-Con Drug Dealer Edward Chinnici Files Lawsuit Claiming Defamation on Sarasota PI Bill Warner For His Reporting on The Rape and Murder of 6 Year Old Coralrose Fullwood That Edward Chinnici Filmed. North Port Police Chief Terry Lewis said he believed others knew about or helped commit the crime of rape and murder of 6 year old Coralrose Fullwood at the home of Patrick Dewayne Murphy in North Port Fl on 9/17/06. Despite the arrest and conviction of Patrick Dewayne Murphy authorities say the investigation is far from over. “If this is something where other people were involved, they know from the newspaper accounts that the police think other people were involved,” said Larry Byrd, a local Sarasota criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor. “So if they were to run, they would run by now.” see http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20080812/BREAKING/661893538
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com