EDITOR’S NOTE: In the Democratic process there is a clear and presence danger of any elected official of government whether it be local, county, state, or federal who casually abdicates their sworn duties to the dictates of biased parties and individuals. In this setting how can any election held under these circumstances not fail to bring into doubt the credibility of that particular election outcome!
David Gregory filed a lawsuit against Susan Gill, Supervisor of Elections in Citrus County Florida for failure to uphold her oath of office. This lawsuit was filed at the Citrus County Courthouse June 3rd 2020. Click the document below to download the .pdf document. The download will open in a new window. All information presented here is public, the Court Case number is 2020CA332, which can be found at this link .
Judge Carol A. Falvey originally was assigned the case but she filed for recusal and the case went to Chief Judge Daniel B. Merritt, Jr. of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court (BE FORWARNED *NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:* The Code of Judicial Conduct governing behavior by judges forbids the Judges of the Fifth Judicial Circuit to discuss pending cases with the public.) who is in Hernando and the clerk of courts said it is expected that the case will be given to a “Senior” Judge, meaning a retired Judge to handle or another judge in another county of the Fifth Judicial Circuit who shall hear all further matters.
A summons was issued June 4, 2020 Click the document below to download the .pdf document. The download will open in a new window. All information presented here is public, the Court Case number is 2020CA332, which can be found at this link .
The Return of Service was returned in the mail and was served to the Defendant, Susan Gill, Supervisor of Elections on June 10 2020.
UPDATED JUNE 22 2020.