The Miami Herald has identified the anonymous Republican in Gov. Rick Scott’s latest attack ad as Fort Lauderdale investor Dean Kretschmar. “I got swindled by both Rothstein and Charlie,” he says in the ad. But not only is there no evidence to support this accusation about Crist, the Miami Herald found that he never made that allegation in his successful lawsuit to recover millions of dollars in Rothstein-related losses.
The Miami Herald has identified the anonymous Republican in Gov. Rick Scott’s latest attack ad as Fort Lauderdale investor Dean Kretschmar. “I got swindled by both Rothstein and Charlie,” he says in the ad. But not only is there no evidence to support this accusation about Crist, the Miami Herald found that he never made that allegation in his successful lawsuit to recover millions of dollars in Rothstein-related losses.
The Miami Herald has identified the anonymous Republican in Gov. Rick Scott’s latest attack ad as Fort Lauderdale investor Dean Kretschmar. “I got swindled by both Rothstein and Charlie,” he says in the ad. But not only is there no evidence to support this accusation about Crist, the Miami Herald found that he never made that allegation in his successful lawsuit to recover millions of dollars in Rothstein-related losses.

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme

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