CUTTING'S VISION: NEW FACE, NEW VOICE, NEW IDEAS,
TRUE INTEGRITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WRONGFUL ACTIONS
Running for YOU because YOU deserve better
Cutting made ballot placement by getting the required 3,049 valid petitions signed by Pasco County registered voters so
her name would appear on the ballot in November. Thank you to all who helped make it happen!
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Don't rely on the the news media to tell you the truth as they are very bias, specifically, the Tampa Bay Times who made the people believe lies to help Cutting's opponent win re-election in 2012. Cutting's opponent and the Tampa Bay Times exploited Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case to help O'Neil win re-election in 2012. See the evidence below You need proof to prove what the Times publishes, otherwise, you can't believe what they say without clear and convincing evidence to back up their claims.
Cutting never thought of ever going into politics or even fathomed of ever running for office until the Pasco Clerk of Court, Paula O'Neil, used her office as an umbrella for lies and deceit in the fall of 2011 and literally sabotaged an internship at the clerk's office and a job Cutting had lined up with an attorney, using false allegations to accomplish O'Neil's malicious and deceitful goals. This was completely unacceptable by a public official who would sabotage a constituent, whether it happened to Cutting or any other constituent, for that matter.
Since then, Cutting has been on a mission to hold the Pasco Clerk of Court, Paula O'Neil, accountable for her deplorable, dishonest and wrongful conduct and make her have to answer to the people. This included running against O'Neil in 2011/2012 to do whatever it took to keep O'Neil from ever using her office to harm anyone else.
Part of the media's responsibility is to hold public officials accountable for wrongful actions and publish the truth so that people can make a well informed decision when they go to vote, so that was a huge eye opening experience when the media chose to protect and condone O'Neil, rather than tell people the truth of what was really going on.
It is not a secret that our government is filled with public officials who are dishonest and cannot be trusted to do what is right. So, why do we choose to allow these officials to continue their lies and deceit at our expense? Cutting had no idea how bad it really was until she was victimized by the same system that was sworn in to protect her as they are sworn in to protect each and everyone of us. When Cutting got caught up in this circle of malicious and dishonest conduct by her opponent, Paula O'Neil, Cutting was beyond shocked. It was hard to fathom why a public official would make up lies to the public and implement those lies in public records (Memo created and used specifically to make up false allegations to help O'Neil win re-election in 2012) when O'Neil knew she was violating the public records laws and the criminal laws of Florida, which is a third degree felony, Florida Statute 838.022, to state lies in public records.
O'Neil had a motive for stating lies to the media in 2012, which was to help her win re-election. But what was even more shocking was that O'Neil exploited Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case to make people believe outright lies. The Tampa Bay Times helped O'Neil by stating lies in their newspaper article on Oct. 9, 2012. Click here to read this Bias! Bias! Bias! article filled with lies and innuendos.In this article they falsely claimed that Cutting represented herself as an attorney for the purpose of trying to view a confidential file. This file was Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case from 1998 and it was not confidential to Cutting, as Cutting was all part of the case, Cutting initiated prosecution, Cutting was a witness in the case and the victim was Cutting's 14-year old daughter. The article also stated other lies, such as falsely stating that Cutting claimed to be the victim but was challenged when her age did not match. Why would Cutting ever claim to be the victim when her daughter was the victim? The article also stated that Cutting denied she ever represented herself as an attorney, but with that statement, gave a false impression by making it sound like Cutting pulled up a confidential file since the article does not state that Cutting denied pulling up a confidential file. The Times never interviewed Cutting regarding her daughter's case so the Times did not even give Cutting the opportunity to prove it was false. That was because the Times used a public record, which was the memo, for the purpose of making people believe lies to help O'Neil win re-election. When Cutting tried to get the Times to retract the article by providing the evidence to prove the file was Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case which was not confidential to Cutting, the Times refused to retract the article, which further proved maliciousness on their part.
The memo is dated Nov. 18, 2011 and was created after Cutting signed up to run against her opponent, Paula O'Neil, which was toward the end of Oct. 2011. Click here to view a document when Cutting signed up with Pasco Elections Office to run against Paula O'Neil on Oct. 24, 2011. This memo was dated less than a month after Cutting filled out the paperwork to run against O'Neil. There are many lies and inaccuracies stated in this memo, but the main point to address is under 10/5/11 where a case number is stated to give the impression that Cutting tried to view a confidential file, which is Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case from 1998. This memo was used to exploit Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case in order to help O'Neil win re-election in 2012. Click here to read the memo from the Pasco Clerk's Office filled with lies and innuendos. Compare the date at the top of the memo to the date Cutting signed up to run for office.
The case number in the memo, "93", matches documents Cutting has from 1998 of her daughter's sexual abuse case, which was a felony as stated in the memo. The clerk's office frequently uses the middle number of a case and that was why only number "93" was stated in the memo. Click here to view these documents and compare the case number to the case number in the memo above. Also, the state attorney's office misspelled Cutting's first name, which should have said Roberta, not Roberts.In 2013, Cutting filed a lawsuit for defamation and wrongful actions against Paula O'Neil, Kevin Fulford whose name appears on the memo, and David Williams who stated lies to the media to help his boss, Paula O'Neil, win re-election. It would make one wonder if Williams got paid off for services rendered since he is now the director in charge of a whole department at the clerk's office at the government center in Dade City. Unfortunately, the connections did not allow justice to prevail. Judge Babb protected and condoned Paula O'Neil for wrongful actions by denying Cutting the opportunity to take the case to trial and quashed numerous subpoenas to keep O'Neil and others from having to testify under oath.
Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case was not mentioned in 2011 and Cutting had no idea that it was being used as an evil and malicious ploy to help O'Neil win re-election until the defamatory article was published. The Times never interviewed Cutting regarding Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case and the Times knew from an interview with Cutting that O'Neil used her office as an umbrella for wrongful conduct during Cutting's internship as Cutting pointed out to the reporter and C.T. Bowen during an interview with them. Cutting showed the reporter (Lisa Buie) and (C.T. Bowen) documents that included an intake review that stated false and inaccurate information in this intake related to hiring Cutting for the internship.
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Cutting tried numerous times to get the Tampa Bay Times to retract the article and even with all the evidence Cutting showed the Times, they refused to retract it, which showed more maliciousness and deception from the Times.