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Feds slap Republican Party with subpoena in corruption probe

Federal investigators slapped the Republican Party with a subpoena seeking financial records as part of a wide-ranging corruption probe by the FBI, IRS and U.S. Attorney's Office, the Herald/Times has learned.

The subpoena, delivered Election Day, sought documents related to big spending by top Republican honchos who were given party-paid American Express cards.

Top RPOF officials and investigators declined comment on the federal probe or the subpoena.

For more than a year, the party has reeled from scandals tied to the credit cards as well as four unrelated state criminal probes into its former chairman, a fundraiser, a former Florida House speaker and a Capitol insider.

Federal investigators have already interviewed consultants, donors and numerous senators -- some in their Capitol offices. The investigations are being handled in multiple offices throughout the state, from Pensacola to Miami.

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Jim Smithson

Cannon will be the first one to go.
Good riddance.

Muckraker

OK, It's Come To Jesus Time In The RPOF

http://www.practicalstate.com/?p=3759

Cheers

It keeps coming

Are there any republicans with ethics in Florida? But then again, the voters of Florida don't seem to have a problem with it and keep electing them. I say Florida should rename itself...."Banana Republic"

RPOF is Evil

Thanks a lot, maybe this could have been done before November so so many of these ethically challenged crooks would not have been elected so sweepingly to power.

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