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CRESPOGRAM REPORT

JULY 20, 2012

QUEEN OF SWAG
THE QUEEN KEEPS RAKING IT IN, PLUS CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS FROM PUERTO RICO THAT MAKE YOU THINK ABOUT MONEY LAUNDERING

At a time of confusion and uncertainty, it’s reassuring that some rituals remain the same.


Take the quarterly Swag Report by Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez-Rundle. Unlike the declining US Postal Service, Rundle continues to honor their tradition of not allowing rain, sleet, nor gloom of night from parking her ass in some ball room or bar room, courtesy of her socialite friends and suck ass law firms, looking to curry favor.


So far this year, Fernandez-Rundle collected $7475.00 in swag, which now brings her total for the last three and a half years to $35,281.46.


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When you see that 2 tickets were accepted, it’s usually because Fernandez-Rundle brings along her long-time boyfriend,  attorney David Efron, as her designated driver.

Yes, I’ll absolutely go there! It’s no secret among Fernandez-Rundle watchers that she’s a drunk who engages in crazy behavior when she gets loaded.  My favorite story is when lit up like a Christmas Tree, she walked into a woman’s bathroom at some fancy affair, lifted her skirt over her head, peeled off her pantyhose, said, ‘I got to let it get some fresh air,” and walked back out.

WHY WOULD PEOPLE IN PUERTO RICO GIVE OVER $115,000.00 TO SOMEONE RUNNING FOR STATE ATTORNEY IN MIAMI

A review of Fernandez-Rundle’s campaign reports for this election cycle show that so far, she’s received $18,400.00 in campaign contributions from Puerto Rico.

In 2008, when she ran unopposed, she collected $21,750 in campaign contributions from Puerto Rico.

In 2004, when she was nominally opposed, she collected an astounding $75,100 in campaign contributions from Puerto Rico. This was almost 10% of her total campaign contributions.

In 2000, supposedly before she and Efron - whose from Puerto Rico - became an item, she collected ZERO campaign contributions from Puerto Rico.

IN TOTAL, SINCE 2004, KATHERINE FERNANDEZ-RUNDLE COLLECTED $115,250.00 IN CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS FROM PUERTO RICO!

TO UNDERSTAND HOW OUT OF BALANCE THIS IS, CONSIDER THAT DURING THE SAME THREE ELECTIONS CYCLES, FERNANDEZ-RUNDLE RECEIVED A TOTAL OF $18,042.48, FROM PEOPLE IN THE REST OF THE UNITED STATES.

HERE’S AN EVEN BETTER COMPARISON

2004
PUERTO RICO                                 UNITED STATES
$75,110.00                                        $5079.49

2008
PUERTO RICO                                 UNITED STATES
$21,750.00                                        $1787.79

2012 - (To Date)
PUERTO RICO                                  UNITED STATES
$18,400.00                                         $11,175.20

TOTAL                                           TOTAL
$115,250.00                                   $18,042.48       

HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN? HOW DID SHE MANAGE TO  COLLECT SO MUCH MONEY FROM A POOR, DINKY LITTLE ISLAND, YET SO LITTLE MONEY FROM THE REST OF ENTIRE UNITED STATES?  

YOU’D ALMOST HAVE TO THINK THAT THIS WAS SOME FORM OF MONEY LAUNDERING FOR THIS LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY FINDING IT’S WAY FROM PUERTO RICO INTO THE CAMPAIGN TREASURY OF A STATE ATTORNEY’S RACE IN MIAMI, BECAUSE WHILE FERNANDEZ-RUNDLE  MIGHT HAVE TAKEN A COUPLE VACATIONS IN PUERTO RICO, SHE’S A MIAMI CUBAN, WITH NO OTHER VISIBLE TIES TO THAT ISLAND OTHER THAN HER BOYFRIEND.

On October 30, 2008, Frank Alvarado of New Times did a story about the problems of perennial Hialeah candidate Nilo Juri, who couldn’t get elected Mayor even if Paris Hilton parked outside of a polling booth and handed out Lollie pops.

Tucked in at the bottom of the story, when Juri talks about the chances of someone getting prosecuted in Miami-Dade County for Absentee Ballot fraud, were these 2 paragraphs.

        “Even if authorities catch bad guys, prosecution can be     
        subjective. To prove this, Juri says he has followed up 
        on a 2004 New Times article about $40,000 in shady 
        campaign donations from Puerto Rico to Miami-Dade 
        State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle. He learned 
        that much of the money came from just a few addresses 
        and that some of those were defunct.

        And when Juri's investigation caught the attention of Joe
        Centorino, chief of the state attorney's public corruption 
        division, he responded with a harsh letter. "This appears 
        to be an attempt," Centorino wrote this past September 
        26, "to intimidate the chief executive officer of the 
        prosecutorial office handling this case by harassing 
        innocent parties who happened to make lawful 
        contributions to her campaign."

Good old Joe Centorino, always ready to put on the knee pads when needed!
And there are people who actually think I’m a bad guy every time I rip Centorino a new asshole for his behavior in covering up and providing protection for corrupt politicians such as Tomas Regalado and Marc Sarnoff.   
YOU CALL THIS A RECORD OF FIGHTING PUBLIC CORRUPTION?
In a rebuttal to a critical column written by Luther Campbell in yesterday’s Miami New Times, Katherine Fernandez-Rindle had this to say about her crime fighting record when dealing with public corruption.
        “During my administration 34 elected officials and/or 
        candidates have been convicted and 19 elected officials
        have been removed from office. That is above and 
        beyond the 292 law enforcement officers and 286 
        public employees we have also charged.”

That sounds impressive until you understand that she’s been the State Attorney since 1993.

When you understand that she’s been in office 19 years, then her claim that she’s convicted 34 elected officials and seen 19 of them removed from office is pitiful. That’s 2 convictions a year, and one crooked politician removed from office per year. 

Whether she’s taking bottles of wine, flowers, limo rides, or thousand dollar tickets to fancy parties, Katherine Fernandez Rundle has come to treat her office as little more than an opportunity to rake in the swag like a petty despot.

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