Wink News ran a story today after pulling Chris Crowley’s personnel file from his time at the State Attorney’s office. We’ve already discussed how he was fired for his incompetence, but Wink dug deeper and pulled his file to see there were complaints that he made other prosecutors feel uncomfortable. Much of what they found was previously disclosed on the “This is Chris” website, which we have also linked before.
Crowley also says that there are several prosecutors that have left the office because they did not like working for Amira Fox as a supervisor, but he provided no names, and none have come forward. There is no evidence to support this claim.
Crowley also says there “is corruption at the state attorney’s office…” Crowley is lying. Not only is there no evidence of corruption at the State Attorney’s office, there is evidence demonstrating otherwise. When it came to light that Crowley committed a felony by running a raffle at his fundraiser, the State Attorney’s office referred the case away to FDLE, and asked for another State Attorney’s office to be appointed. And they were, the charges were filed by the 10th Circuit SAO. As stated by former prosecutor Ian Mann, “Crowley claims there is a conspiracy against him,” Mann said, adding that if that was true the conspiracy would have to include Fox, Russell, the governor, Haas, Hill and others. “All of those people would have to be involved in a conspiracy against him.”
Crowley claims it is not a coincidence that a month ago he said remove the corrupt official and a month later he was booked in jail. However, the correlation is not what he claims. It’s not a coincidence because a month ago he broke the law and that’s why he went to jail. He has admitted he broke the law, (it was on tape,) and he is lying when he claims corruption put him in jail. He broke the law. He admitted to it. That’s why he went to jail.
Chris Crowley committed a felony. He now keeps lying about corruption. He is dishonest. He is not qualified to be the chief law enforcement officer for the 20th Judicial Circuit.