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QUESTIONS REGARDING A POSSIBLE SLUSH FUND MAINTAINED BY STATE ATTORNEY KATHERINE FERNANDEZ-RUNDLE EVOLVED INTO A WIDE-RANGING CRESPOGRAM INVESTIGATION INTO THE ACTIVITIES OF THE TWO COMPANIES THAT OPERATE THE COUNTY’S COURT DIVERSION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING THE FUNNELING OVER $5 MILLION DOLLARS THEY COLLECTED IN QUESTIONABLE, IF NOT ILLEGAL “DONATIONS” FROM THEIR CLIENTS TO YET ANOTHER DONOR ADVISED FUND CREATED BY FERNANDEZ-RUNDLE AT THE MIAMI FOUNDATION

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WITH THE HELP OF LOBBYIST RON BOOK AND A HANDFUL OF JUDGES, INCLUDING CHIEF COUNTY COURT JUDGE SAM SLOM, THE ADVOCATE PROGRAM HAS MANAGED TO KEEP POTENTIAL CHALLENGERS TO THEIR CONTRACTS AT BAY

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SENIOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE TOM PETERSON WAS SO BRAZEN IN HIS EFFORTS TO PROMOTE THE CAUSE OF THE ADVOCATE PROGRAM AS A MEMBER OF THE CONTRACT SELECTION COMMITTEE THAT HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN REQUIRED TO REGISTER AS THEIR LOBBYIST

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THE FAILURE OF THE ADVOCATE PROGRAM AND COURT OPTIONS TO PAY THE RESTITUTION MONEY OWED TO VICTIMS OF CRIME AS WELL AS THEIR FAILURE TO PROPERLY CLOSE OUT CASES RESULTED IN THE RE-ARREST OF CLIENTS WHO HAD COMPLETED THESE PROGRAMS

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HOW KATHERINE FERNANDEZ-RUNDLE DECIDED THAT EXTORTING ILLEGAL “DONATIONS” FROM THE DEFENDANTS ASSIGNED TO THE ADVOCATE PROGRAM AND COURT OPTIONS AS A WAY TO FUND THE DENISE MOON MEMORIAL FUND WAS A GOOD IDEA