The 2022 Florida Statutes (including 2022 Special Session A and 2023 Special Session B)
The questions propounded to the petitioners were in all material respects similar or identical to those propounded to defendant in the Blau case. The act in question, Section 876.02, F.S.A., as does the Smith Act, provides that if the evidence shows that one is "a member of, associated with * * * or affiliated with" any organization which "advocates, advises, or teaches the duty, necessity or propriety of overthrowing or overturning existing forms of constitutional government by force or violence" that is sufficient to establish guilt. It is accepted as true in this country that the Communist Party and communist front organizations take their orders from the mother organization in the Soviet Union and are dedicated to teaching and advocating the overthrow of constitutional government by force and violence and that proof of one's affiliation or membership in such organizations is a felony under the Smith Act (or under Sections 876.22 to 876.24, F.S.A.) Eisler v. United States, 84 U.S. App.D.C. 404, 176 F.2d 21, certiorari denied 337 U.S. 958, 69 S.Ct. 1534, 93 L.Ed. 1758; Appeal of Albert, 372 Pa. 13, 92 A.2d 663.
. . . She also notes that the year-to-date overtime amount ($876.24) exactly matches the year-to-date overtime . . .
. . . 2,1988, finding that McKay breached his fiduciary duty to the estate as executor, by converting $203,-876.24 . . .
. . . Exhibit 21b summarized six payments totaling $134,-876.24 (the balance of some $90,000 was not identified . . .
. . . affiliation or membership in such organizations is a felony under the Smith Act (or under Sections 876.22 to 876.24 . . .