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FBI asked questions about Robert Wexler

Broward Bulldog: "Months before popular Democrat Robert Wexler abruptly quit Congress last year
federal agents interviewed two South Florida businessmen about his campaign’s unconventional $150,000 investment in a real estate venture.

"Two sources who also spoke with those agents, including a Republican political opponent whose complaint apparently sparked the inquiry, said authorities were seeking to determine whether the Robert Wexler for Congress campaign had engaged in money laundering. No charges have been filed."

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Leanspa

Yeah!! a proper investigation should be done in this matter to bring out the truth.

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