THIS JUST IN:
THIS TIES TO THE ALLEN “FROG” JOHNSON DIXIE MAFIA EXECUTION VIA BALDWIN ROWE TOWNHOMES AND HIBISCUS CONDOS…
I HAVE BEEN TOLD NOT TO DISCLOSE THIS DATA.
REMEMBER TRAVIS LEE SANDERS OWNER OF THE TROY, ALABAMA HUNTING LODGE WAS CONVICTED BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA OF LEWD AND LASCIVIOUS ACTS ON A CHILD AND SEXUAL ASSAULT…AND POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY.
Shannon Evans Farooqui worked for Wells Fargo and was also involved with Miami ICE in the extradition of her illegal Pakistani Husband who had Gold/Jewelry Kiosks at Panama City and Pensacola Florida Malls
I HEAR THEY HAVE OPENED UP THE INVESTIGATION ON THIS CASE AGAIN..IN MY OPINION THIS WAS A MURDER……..I WONDER IF THE STATEMENT MADE BY JEFF HAIRE REGARDING SHANNON’S ROLEX WATCH AND HER JEWELRY BEING IN POSSESSION OF SOME CRACK DEALER HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH IT…..SEEMS THAT STATEMENT WAS RETRACTED AND DENIED…..ONE CANNOT TAKE BACK STATEMENTS LIKE THAT MADE TO DISTRAUGHT FAMILY MEMBERS IN LIGHT OF HOW THEY WERE TREATED BY THE CORRUPT FUNERAL HOME THAT DENIED THEM UNLIMITED ACCESS TO THEIR FAMILY MEMBER TO, IMHO, HIDE THE MULTIPLE INJURIES AND SIGNS OF FOUL PLAY.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A TREAT OF LITIGATION TRYING TO FORCE ME TO TAKE THIS POST DOWN.
THE COMMENT IS LISTED BELOW…..WITH MY RESPONSE AND QUESTION.
NICHOLAS DEAN DUKE, WHO LISTED THE SAME $500K PLANTATION DRIVE HOME WHERE SHANNON WAS LIVING WITH JASON POSEY WHEN I BELIEVE SHE WAS MURDERED , WAS ALSO ARRESTED. WONDER IF RELATED TO BAY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD SHOOTER CLAY DUKE:
THIS IS MORE THAN JUST STRANGE…..RHONDA ODEAN POSEY WAS ARRESTED……AGAIN!!!
SHE LISTED THE PLANTATION DRIVE HOME WHERE SHANNON LIVED AS HER RESIDENCE….AGAIN!
SOMETHING IS VERY FISHY ABOUT THE FAILURE TO INVESTIGATE!
Check out this new mugshot, the party and the address:
Is this the Marina Bay connection to Tony Arnone??
There was also a report of a Sailboat that had floundered in that same area……AND the owner of the $452K home, King L. Williams, III of Santa Barbara, CA had a Boat Building Business, OCEAN CHANNEL ADVENTURES INC.,……no one ever identified the boat.
Shannon Evans who authorities identified as Shannon Evans Farooqui was found by an unknown fisherman in Callaway Bayou near Cook Bayou and very close to her residence at 1126 Plantation Drive that she shared with her live-in boyfriend Thomas Jason Posey who is said to be employed at George Gainer’s Bay Lincoln Mercury Used Car Lot.
Jeremy Mathis is conducting the investigation and has caused Shannon’s family great pain by failing to communicate with them soon after Shannon was found drown in Cook Bayou and even laughing regarding one critical issue. Jeff Harris is also involved in the investigation.
Anyone having any information about this case needs to contact the family via this site and the authorities.
Rumors have it that they are considering this case a suicide…..but why did the Medical Examiner not mention that the both sides of her head was black and blue?
I DO NOT BELIEVE THAT IS THE CASE. THERE ARE TOO MANY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS!
IT SEEMS THERE IS A MEDIA COVER-UP GOING ON, TOO!
This is the tax info on the residence:
Red Flags Flying:
This is what the local mulletwrapper reported…you can read between the lines to see what was purposefully omitted:
THIS INFO HAS BEEN PURGED FROM THE ARCHIVES…..
The mugshot from when he was arrested for Domestic Battery you may want to see …..it involves 1600 Marina Bay Drive, Lynn Haven and it seems the case was dropped by Hess for some reason this is all I found:
THOMAS JASON POSEY. Published December 19, 2010. Address, 1600 Marina Bay Drive, Lynn Haven. Age. 37, Race, W, Sex, M, Date, 12/19/2010 … MUGSHOT PURGED….
It was falsely reported to authorities that Shannon COULD NOT SWIM
She was raised on a lake and had pool access here and these folks seem to be “connected”:
This is the guy that owned the Bay Front $500K residence Shannon lived in with Jason Posey…..who worked at Bay Dodge for George Gainer.Jacksonville.com: Luxury tour cat taking shape 4/24/97
By The Times-Union
Saturday, April 26, 1997Story last updated at 5:45 p.m. on Thursday, April 24, 1997
Luxury tour cat taking shape
Green Cove boat yard builds $3 million craft
By Beth Reese Cravey
County Line staff writer
GREEN COVE SPRINGS – From a distance, the big catamaran being built at the Clay County Port, on the edge of the St. Johns River, gives little inkling of its glamorous future.
But when the Channel Cat is finished in about six months, it will be worth about $3 million, weigh about 150,000 pounds and be ready to embark on a career as a luxury charter boat off the California coast.
”It is going to be a beautiful thing . . . Quite a ship,” said King Williams, president and chief executive officer of Ocean Channel Adventures Inc., the new company that is building the boat.
When state of the art instruments are installed, he said, the Channel Cat ”is going to look like the Starship Enterprise.”
And when the boat is finished, Williams plans to hold ”the party of all parties” for all the people who played roles in its birth.
Seeing the boat completed cannot come too soon for Williams and the man for whom it is being built – Los Angeles-based investor Charles Munger, who is the longtime partner of investment legend Warren Buffett and is Ocean Channel Adventures’ principal stockholder.
Since construction was first begun on the catamaran last summer, it has been moved twice, from St. Augustine to the Green Cove Springs port, and then to a second Green Cove Springs site, where the boat remains. This year, a dispute with the company that initially started building the boat led Munger and Williams to file a still-pending lawsuit.
Munger and Williams ended up forming Ocean Channel Adventures – the company has about 35 people on the payroll – to get the boat completed on their own, Williams said. And now they are considering[ufcljump]BOAT8Boattaking on other similar boat-building projects at the Green Cove Springs port site, he said.
”We hadn’t intended on starting a boat yard,” Williams said. ”But due to circumstances beyond our control, we were forced to take over the construction of the boat.”
Since the company was formed, he said, there have been inquiries from individuals and the high-speed ferry business interested in having large boats built. Whether Ocean Channel Adventures remains in Green Cove Springs depends on City Hall, he said.
”It depends on whether they want a boat yard right here. I think they believe they do. They have been real good about working with us,” he said.
But some city zoning regulations are hard to follow on an industrial site, he said.
For instance, green space and landscaping requirements led city officials to ask the company to plant 75 trees on its property. But if that is done, Williams said, there will not be enough property left to run a boat yard.
City Council members have said they do want the company to have a future in Green Cove Springs and suggested zoning changes that might make things easier for companies at Reynolds Industrial Park, which includes the port.
When the council approved a site plan for the company at a March 28 meeting, members suggested that some city zoning rules – such as landscaping and green space requirements – might not be as applicable to industrial sites as they are to businesses in the core city.
Such rules, said Councilman Jim Loner, ”can put a bad taste in somebody’s mouth real easy” and lead potential new businesses to go elsewhere.
City Planning Director Teresa Bishop said a development order might be useful for the industrial park, which would ”leave them some flexibility . . . and still protect the city.”
Williams said company officials would make a decision about the future within the next month or two. Meanwhile, he had high praise for the help he has received from local officials so far.
”One of the reasons we like having the boatyard here is all of the cooperation that we have received,” he said.
And he said he wants to keep the business going in Green Cove Springs to provide ”a legacy” for his workers, most of whom live in and around the city.
”These are the most honest, hardest working folks you could ask for,” he said. ”We want to keep people working [not] just going from one job to the next.”