CUTTING'S VISION: NEW FACE, NEW VOICE, NEW IDEAS, TRUE INTEGRITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WRONGFUL ACTIONS
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"Lies from public officials anywhere, hurts all of us everywhere."
O'Neil lied in the following debate in 2012 and stated that Cutting was not an intern in her office, but made people falsely believe that Cutting was a volunteer. O'Neil did not want people to know that she literally sabotaged a student's education and career, so she lied to the people to protect herself.
The evidence proves that Cutting was an intern from PHCC and even O'Neil made the distinct difference between an intern and volunteer by just the mere fact of stating that Cutting was not an intern when she was.
The lie that O'Neil stated to the public is about 40:00 to 43:37/50:19 on the video. O'Neil not only lied in this video to keep people from knowing the truth, but she and her select employees made up horrendous lies by exploiting Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case in order to help her win re-election in 2012. This included making people believe that Cutting tried pulling up a confidential file while representing herself as an attorney, which was ludicrous. The Tampa Bay Times helped O'Neil by stating this lie as well as other lies in their defamatory article that the Times published on Oct. 9, 2012. If we allow O'Neil to do this without holding her accountable, we would be giving her permission to do these wrongful acts to you, to your family or anyone else you know. O'Neil has got to be stopped and that includes voting her out of office!
Since O'Neil lied in this video debate, lied to the media to help her win re-election in 2012, stated lies and allowing them to remain in public records using Cutting's family tragedy by making people believe Cutting tried pulling up a confidential file, which was ludicrous, means that nothing O'Neil says can be relied upon as true. O'Neil cannot be trusted to oversee our public records or the millions of dollars that Pasco County brings in each year because none of us can trust a dishonest person to oversee something as valuable as our public records or our money. Furthermore, O'Neil has already proven that she uses the clerk's office for wrongful actions, so how could any of us continue to trust O'Neil with our very lives?
O'Neil lied and stated that Cutting was a volunteer and not an intern in her office, but the following evidence proves, otherwise:
1. Cutting applied for the internship at the clerk's office on Aug. 18, 2011 and the application shows that Cutting applied for the internship and that Cutting was a paralegal intern from PHCC (Click here to view application).
2. There is an email conversation between Debbie Ashley, Cutting's contact person from the clerk's office, and Cutting's paralegal coordinator, Patti Phillips, regarding Cutting's internship. This conversation took place on Sept. 19, 2011 (Click here to view this email conversation).
3. A memo from the clerk's office purportedly written by Kevin Fulford dated Nov. 18, 2011 states at the top of the memo that Cutting was a former intern. There are many lies in this memo, but the main point to address at this time is that this memo states at the top that Cutting was a former intern (Click here to view the memo).
4. An Internship Learning Agreement that was filled out by the Pasco Clerk's staff on Oct. 3, 2011, which states that Cutting was an intern assigned to the East Pasco Records Center (Click here to view this agreement).
O'Neil also lied to reporter Keli Sipperley on Oct. 29, 2012. Click here to view the email correspondences betweeen O'Neil and Sipperley ~ Paula O'Neil stated to reporter Keli Sipperley that Cutting was not an intern in her office and that Cutting was a volunteer and all the evidence proves that Cutting was an intern. O'Neil also skated completely around the truth when she told Sipperley that Cutting was not a good fit for the office, instead of telling this reporter that she and her office sabtoged Cutting with false allegations. O'Neil did not even as much as tell Sipperley that she ended Cutting's internship at the clerk's office and why she ended it. She told this reporter as stated in the link that Cutting was not a good fit for the office. Why would Cutting not have been a good fit for the office? Cutting was only there for three days when they sabotaged Cutting with false allegations, but it went on for a week since Cutting interned on Mon., Wed. and Fri. O'Neil never answered this reporter's questions directly and completely avoided answering the questions she did not want to own up to.
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