Isn’t The Election Over? Judge Feren Criticized In Ad Towed By Plane

 

 

BY BUDDY NEVINS

 

Here I thought the election was over.

The picture below was taken between 4 and 5 p.m. on Wednesday, the day after the primary, from a window in the Main Courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

A plane is towing a sign that reads: “It’s 4 O’Clock. Where is Judge Steve Feren?”

Feren, who lost his re-election bid in the primary, was criticized for not working hard and taking off early in the afternoons by his victorious opponent John Contini.

Thanks to a Browardbeat.com reader for this pix:

Feren plane

 



6 Responses to “Isn’t The Election Over? Judge Feren Criticized In Ad Towed By Plane”

  1. Kevin Hill says:

    Now THAT’S what I call trolling!

    Kevin.

  2. Steven says:

    If anyone cared enough to actually check on the facts before spewing them out to the public, like checking with Court Administration, they’d find out that I took last week and this week off as vacation time.

  3. Oh really says:

    This shows only how arrogant Contini will
    Be as a judge. Get a clue Contini you won
    Or will you be another embarrassment on
    The bench. Stop kicking the man while he
    Is down. You are a recover addict.

  4. Broward Taxpayer says:

    Vacation from what?

    Feren’s own words on the campaign:

    “I’m just as likely to leave at 4 o’clock on a Monday or Tuesday as I am on a Friday…”

    I go home because I have “nothing to do.”

    Enough already. You want to be home? Fine. Now you can do so without the taxpayers having to pay for it. Goodbye.

  5. Anthony Baumann says:

    Where in this article did it say Contini flew the plane? Like Broward Taxpayer said, it’s “Feren’s own words on the campaign.”

    Did anyone call Contini on this?

  6. stay home says:

    He wouldn’t have extra time on his hands if he had given the children the hearings the constitution affords them during his 17 minute stint in juvie court

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