Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said there are “serious questions” over how the state’s law-enforcement chief was ousted from his job by employees of Gov. Rick Scott. Bondi indicated she didn’t know all the facts of what happened to former Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey, who has alleged that Scott’s employees meddled in law-enforcement business and used strong-arm tactics to pressure him to resign last month. Bondi said she and the public have a right to know the truth, and that the matter should be discussed “in the sunshine” at the next Florida Cabinet meeting,Feb. 5
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said there are “serious questions” over how the state’s law-enforcement chief was ousted from his job by employees of Gov. Rick Scott. Bondi indicated she didn’t know all the facts of what happened to former Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey, who has alleged that Scott’s employees meddled in law-enforcement business and used strong-arm tactics to pressure him to resign last month. Bondi said she and the public have a right to know the truth, and that the matter should be discussed “in the sunshine” at the next Florida Cabinet meeting,Feb. 5 Rudy Courtesy of Florida Attorney General’s Office
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said there are “serious questions” over how the state’s law-enforcement chief was ousted from his job by employees of Gov. Rick Scott. Bondi indicated she didn’t know all the facts of what happened to former Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey, who has alleged that Scott’s employees meddled in law-enforcement business and used strong-arm tactics to pressure him to resign last month. Bondi said she and the public have a right to know the truth, and that the matter should be discussed “in the sunshine” at the next Florida Cabinet meeting,Feb. 5 Rudy Courtesy of Florida Attorney General’s Office

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