Humans are creatures of habit. Modern-art-gonzo-journalism captures habitual human behavior, in metaphoric time capsules, so that future generations can contemplate how rampant apathy of toxic leadership enables history to repeat itself.
The Undecided Voter asks Broward Sheriff Scott Israel, Lt. Col. Michael DiMaggio, director of investigations for the Broward Sheriff’s Office, and anti-Second Amendment activist, David Hogg, if there is a “Parkland High School shooting stand-down cover-up”, to whitewash the deadly mistakes made by toxic leadership, paid to protect and serve the community, before, during and after the 2018 Valentine’s Day Massacre.
Florida Governor Rick Scott ordered the state’s top law enforcement agency to conduct an independent investigation into the Broward County Sheriff’s Department response to the deadly Valentine’s Day shooting at a Parkland high school.
A video posted to the Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo page on Youtube November 3, 2017 explores a work of modern art gonzo journalism titled, “The Coloretti Case”. The work of art, created in 2006, contains the names of Broward County Sheriff’s Department officers involved in the under-reported case of Robert Lee Coloretti, a decorated Navy sailor who served on top-secret missions aboard the U.S.S. Hampton, a nuclear submarine, accused of setting fires aboard a yacht while he was on a Fort Lauderdale liberty call during Fleet Week. Coloretti, plead guilty to charges of burglary and arson in a case where, allegedly, the Navy stonewalled the investigation and important evidence was hidden.
As students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, struggle to understand why a stand down order was given under the toxic leadership of Broward Sheriff Scott Israel during the Valentine’s Day massacre of 2018, those who study QAnon-like clues in modern-art-gonzo-journalism may have noticed the name of Lt. Col. Michael DiMaggio, director of investigations for the Broward Sheriff’s Office, in the painting.
This slowed down version of the original video allows viewers to reflect upon the alleged role of Lieutenant Colonel Michael DiMaggio in the Parkland High School shooting stand down cover up.
Lieutenant Colonel Michael DiMaggio began his law enforcement career in 1989 with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department (FLPD). While at FLPD, he served in various capacities, including SWAT Commander, a sergeant of the Internal Affairs Division, and as a lieutenant of the Criminal Investigations Division, Special Investigations Division, and Operations Support Division. His law enforcement experience includes criminal investigations, canine, traffic, homeland security, and special operations. In January 2013, he joined the Broward Sheriff’s Office as a major overseeing the agency’s Special Operations. Lieutenant Colonel DiMaggio is an instructor in the areas of SWAT command, firearms, leadership, and is a court qualified expert in police tactics and use of force. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Union University in Miami, FL.
Understanding Art Victor-Hugo Modern Art Gonzo Journalism Modern Art Music Movement Film Series takes viewer deep into the Labyrinth of Creativity. This film delves into a painting titled, “The Coloretti Case” by the Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II. The art serves as a storyboard in the production of the “Redemption Series” inspired by the award-winning film, “Crackhead Jesus: The Movie”.