In his strongest criticism yet, Republican Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam on Wednesday said “we were misled” about Scott’s true intentions to orchestrate Gerald Bailey’s removal after a glowing three-decade FDLE career.When asked whether he believed Scott’s version of the truth or Bailey’s, Putnam paused and did not give a direct answer. “Jerry Bailey’s a fine man. He served our state very well. The way he was treated at the end of his distinguished career was shabby,” Putnam said. He made his remarks during a pre-legislative news conference in Tallahassee.
In his strongest criticism yet, Republican Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam on Wednesday said “we were misled” about Scott’s true intentions to orchestrate Gerald Bailey’s removal after a glowing three-decade FDLE career.When asked whether he believed Scott’s version of the truth or Bailey’s, Putnam paused and did not give a direct answer. “Jerry Bailey’s a fine man. He served our state very well. The way he was treated at the end of his distinguished career was shabby,” Putnam said. He made his remarks during a pre-legislative news conference in Tallahassee. Steve Cannon AP
In his strongest criticism yet, Republican Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam on Wednesday said “we were misled” about Scott’s true intentions to orchestrate Gerald Bailey’s removal after a glowing three-decade FDLE career.When asked whether he believed Scott’s version of the truth or Bailey’s, Putnam paused and did not give a direct answer. “Jerry Bailey’s a fine man. He served our state very well. The way he was treated at the end of his distinguished career was shabby,” Putnam said. He made his remarks during a pre-legislative news conference in Tallahassee. Steve Cannon AP

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