Spam King Aiding Anti-Sheriff Scott Israel Political Committee Built South Florida Porn Empire

Scott Hirsch, the man who sent one million emails to Broward voters on behalf of an anti-Sheriff Scott Israel political committee, helped make Broward county the webcam porn capital of the world. Yesterday, REDBROWARD exposed Hirsch’s $5,000 in-kind contribution to the “Citizens Over Public Safety (COPS)” political committee. The contribution came from Hirsch’s company, Media Direct, Inc. In April, REDBROWARD revealed the committee’s ties to Israel’s Democrat opponent James Fondo and his consultant, Dan Lewis. 

In 2003, Hirsch told TIME magazine he likes to take credit for making South Florida the “spam capital of the world.” Published reports accused Hirsch’s Naviant company of spamming customers on behalf of Miller Brewing, Sprint and General Motors.

In 1998, America Online (AOL) named another one of Hirsch’s companies of spamming users. 

DoMeLive.com

AOL created a “Most Wanted Spammer” list, “detailing what it claims are 10 of the worst purveyors of unsolicited, bulk e-mail on the Net.” One of the websites named was the Fort Lauderdale-based DoMeLive.com.

According to published reports, Scott Hirsch was the owner of DoMeLive.com. Hirsch’s own personal website even lists the 1998 TIME magazine article detailing the goings on at DoMeLive.com.

The website offered live, real time models acting out various sexual situations for a hefty fee. Getty Images captured some behind the scenes peeks into Hirsch’s growing porn empire.

According to Getty, forty women worked for Scott Hirsch. They captioned photographs with the following:

The shows are filmed in studios and broadcast live on the web. The cybersex site provides roughly 8,000 peep show minutes a day at $5.95, a weekly take of about $300,000.

Does James Fondo know about Hirsch’s work in spam and porn? Did consultant Dan Lewis know about Hirsch’s past? Who gave the okay to let Hirsch email one million Broward voters?

Broward voters deserve answers before the August 30 election.


Broward State Attorney Mike Satz Discusses “Pill Mills” & One Of His Favorite TV Shows

Last night, True Broward TV was on location at The Hispanic Vote meeting in Davie as Broward State Attorney Mike Satz discussed the legal state of Broward County. Satz talked about the fall of the drug Flaaka, the rise of Fentanyl and the steps taken in 2009 to close “pill mills.”

While discussing Broward County’s reputation as the “pill mill Capitol” of the United States, the famously private Satz revealed some of his television viewing habits. Satz said the FX program “Justified” was one of his favorites. The long-running, critically acclaimed crime drama focused on a US Marshall fighting drug traffickers in Kentucky.

The “Fake” Chris Smith Re-Enters Broward Commission Race


More games in the Broward County Commission, District 9 election as “Fake” Chris Smith has rejoined the race. According to paperwork filed in late May with the Broward Supervisor of Elections office, Robert “Chris” Smith in back in the race. This Smith abandoned his campaign several months ago after the REAL Chris Smith, the former Florida State Senator, entered the race. The District 9 seat is currently occupied by the controversial County Commissioner Dale Holness.

In May 2015, REDBROWARD exposed the peculiar ties between Robert “Chris” Smith and another District 9 candidate.

McKinley Williams II was one of the first challengers to controversial Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness for the Democrat nomination to the District 9 seat. To help promote his campaign, Williams opened the “McKinleyForBroward.Org” website.

Williams launched his County Commission campaign in July 2014. Records show the website domain names, “McKinleyForBroward.org” and “McKinleyForBroward.com” were purchased on September 9, 2014 by Robert Smith. A week earlier, Williams paid Robert Smith $120.00 for “campaign work.”

No big deal you say?

Well, on March 16, 2015, Robert D. “Chris” Smith entered the District 9 County Commission Race as a No Party Affiliation (NPA) candidate. On his campaign paperwork, Smith lists his email as “runrobertrun@gmail.com.” This is the same email used to register the McKinley Williams websites. Smith appears to be a man of mystery.

Smith uses a Fort Lauderdale apartment complex as his address, but he does not list an apartment number. According to social media sites, Smith a technology expert, regularly hosts technology and commerce networking meetings in the south Miami/Dadeland area. Even more mysterious is Smith’s nickname.

Other than his campaign documents, no records show Smith using the nickname “Chris.” Social media, corporation and online resumes show Robert Smith or Robert D. Smith.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported how Smith’s nickname may be a political ploy against former State Senator Chris Smith. State Sen. Smith laughed off the ploy. “I’m just proud I made ‘Chris Smith’ such a popular name in Central Broward County,” he said.

Last May, REDBROWARD spoke with Robert “Chris” Smith.

Smith admitted to creating the Williams website. When asked if there is a reason why he’s now running against Williams, Smith said, “Why, yes there is. But I need to get back to you.” Smith said he has lived in Fort Lauderdale since 2010.

We never heard back from Mr. Smith.