The Florida Attorney General’s Office received your correspondence regarding your concerns with the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office, the First Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office, and Habitat for Humanity.

We appreciate hearing from you, and I am sorry for your difficulties. I attempted to reach you by phone but the telephone number provided is not a working number. Please call my direct line at (850) 414-3973 to discuss your concerns.

Additionally, if you are still experiencing difficulties with your mortgage and would like our help in bringing your concerns to the attention of your mortgage servicer, please provide us with the following specific information by filling out our online mortgage complaint form at

1) Borrower’s name
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5) Bank that owns/services loan
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Thank you for contacting Attorney General Bondi’s Office.


Crystal Fukushima
Office of Citizen Services
Florida Attorney General’s Office
The Capitol, PL-01
Tallahassee, Florida  32399-1050
Telephone:  (850) 414-3990
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Stacey Sade

RE: Pensacola Habitat for Humanity
Pensacola, FL
Phone: (850) 434-5456
Transaction Date: 7/17/2015
Amount Paid: <$25,000
Payment Method: Personal Check or Bank Debit

Subject: Racketeering activity

Pensacola Habitat is a charter member of Neighborworks, which just received a large portion of the extra funds authorized through the Treasury dept. to assist struggling homeowners to avoid foreclosure.  This information was not offered to me by the family financial coordinator, Stephanie Jarmen,
when I was a struggling homeowner trying to avoid foreclosure.  I was unemployed due to an injury that ended up requiring hospitalization twice (May 2015 & October 2015).  Despite her position as a financial agent representing affordable housing “nonprofit” organization, no information about possible
assistance was offered at all.  Quite the contrary,, sufficient evidence supports probability that multiple individuals in trusted positions within Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Dept. were enlisted to orchestrate strategy to prevent my appearance for hearing, beginning with altering court documents to
reflect inaccurate schedule, served to me by legal process.  Routine traffic citation (A477COE) by 5 detectives and k-9 escalated to unwarranted search, against permission, without cause(warrant/ottic affadavit report #SRSO15ARR002681>statement of probable cause/Narrative).  Several criminal charges were fabricated, no evidence to support.  Followed by invasion of my
home with illegitimate search warrant most certainly forged, more unsupported fabricated charges (warrant/ottic report #SRSO15ARR003055>statement of probable cause/narrative).  These documents all fail to meet Supreme Court Standards for
electronic access to court.  June 23, 2015 I was taken into custody by SRSO, and wrongfully detained, subject to brutal retaliation, intentional exposure repeatedly to inmates classified as sex offenders for the purpose of intimidation and Coercion of plea.  Fully documented immeasurable violations of every right civil, constitutional, human, inalienable continued until October
21, 2015 when I paid ridiculous bond (no consideration to 903.046, as I have no prior record, excellent work history, sole custodian of 2 children, great medical need was present (bacterial infection of puncture wound mentioned in
SRSO15ARR002681) for which I was hospitalized following release.
foreclosure case#15-99-CA
criminal case # 15-763/764
ACAP # 2016-00,670 (1A)
CFPB # 160806-00168  OMB # 3170-0011
DOC IG (referred by IG) # 201603 280003
Office of SpecialCouncil #D1-16-3400
Federal Trade commission # 73312730
Habitat International [ref #_00D408F7A._50040y34Bg:ref]
Florida Housing # 201371
It is possible that case # 16011084 Santa Rosa Sheriff’s office involving my 14 year old daughter may also prove to be an extension of this criminal strategy,
though I desperately hope this to be an isolated incident.  The facts of my case provide cause for suspicion of cooperation, solid connection has not yet been discovered.  I need help, I am in constant fear for the safety of my
children, continuous demonstrated behavior by participants indicates there is no limit to the actions they are willing to take.  Altered, forged, fabricated, tampered with, withheld court documents, wrongful prosecution, abuse of position, misrepresentation by public defender, unethical, unprofessional,
subversive of the justice system. Along with Stephanie Jarmen and Dianne McMaster of Pensacola Habitat for Humanity, participating members of racketeering influenced and corrupt organization include ASA Amber Rowland, ASA
Angela Liles, attorney Kenneth Brooks(ACAP # 2016-00,670 (1A), Judge John
Miller, Judge John Simon, Captain Jim Cotton,  Captain Barbara Stearns, Captain Gehringer, Julie Edwards public defender, Sgt. Roman Jackson, Det. Christina
Reaves, Det. Tara Milstead, Sgt. Blake Weekley, Dep. ID Brewton III, dep. Matt Spratt, DOC probation officer Kirstin Smith/18339/01-1, DOC probation supervisor Rob Secola, Dr. Stephen F.X. Zieman, Jr PhD, Dr. Lawrence Gilgun, PhD, Athena Wiggins investigator Dept. Children and Families.  Evidence to
support all statements of fact available.  I, Stacey Sade, under penalty of perjury, declare the foregoing facts are true and correct.