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Ex-sheriff Bieluch applies for seat on new ethics commission

by George Bennett | January 22nd, 2010



Rev. Ed Bieluch, the former Palm Beach County sheriff who was later ordained as a priest in the Anglican Catholic Church, is applying for a seat on the new county ethics commission.

The five-member commission is to include one seat for a former elected official to be named by the Palm Beach County League of Cities. The league is accepting applications through 5 p.m. Monday and plans to choose a candidate Wednesday.

Six other former elected officials are also applying.

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6 Responses to “Ex-sheriff Bieluch applies for seat on new ethics commission”

  1. VERY Concerned Says:

    I think they need to check into his connection to The White Supremacist group..Or maybe watch the video of his daughter and boyfriend in Miami at a rally!! Hmmm

  2. Pete Says:

    He’s a dummy who was manipulated by Eggleston and can be manipuated by others. He should not be appointed.

  3. fred Says:


  4. holyballs Says:

    Just a thought but, shouldn’t people on the ethics board be ethical? Keep searching….

  5. whasup Says:

    But there ought to be one unethical person on the commission, so he can say “I know from personal experience that what the accused did was wrong.”

  6. Dist1 Says:

    Give him a box of crayons and a sippy cup and let him sit in the corner. This the extent how well his ethics have matured over the years.

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