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An Open Letter to Boots McCormick: This Boots wasn’t made for talking

Dear Boots,

I'm writing to you today not as a friend, not as an adversary, but as a concerned citizen of Walton County.

It's become painfully clear to me, and I'm sure to many others, that you're treading on dangerous ground, and if you're not careful, you could end up bringing ruin upon yourself and those around you.

Let me be blunt: your recent actions and associations with individuals like Suzanne Harris have raised more than a few eyebrows.

It seems you're willing to do whatever it takes to cover up your involvement in certain unsavory matters, even if it means resorting to wholesale corruption.

Trying to send messages to victims as if you're going to make a deal with them for a favorable outcome for a lawsuit is downright criminal.

I'm not here to judge you or point fingers.

But I am here to warn you that your actions have consequences, and if you continue down this path, you may find yourself facing serious legal repercussions.

It's not just about you anymore; it's about the lives you could potentially destroy in the process.

I understand the pressure you may be under, but that's no excuse for engaging in unethical behavior.

Trying to send messages to victims to save your own skin is not only reprehensible, it's downright criminal.

And if it can be proven that you're involved in such activities, you will undoubtedly face the consequences.

Consider this a wake-up call, Boots. It's time to reassess your priorities and distance yourself from individuals who are leading you down a dangerous path.

Suzanne Harris may have her own agenda, but that doesn't mean you have to follow her lead.

I implore you to heed this warning before it's too late. Stop listening to Suzanne, stop engaging in corrupt activities, and start thinking about the welfare of those around you.

This is your final opportunity to do the right thing.

And while I'm at it, this is an open letter to Debbie Heard, Chana, and anyone else that is doing his bidding right now: you need to step away from this guy because he's clearly not intelligent enough to know what he's doing.


John Walton

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