Florida Center for Investigative Reporting – Part 2


The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting just published another article by Ralph De La Cruz about our public records adventures.  The article mentions the FDOT/Faneuil Federal lawsuit as well as our recent visit to Corrections Corporation of America in Moore Haven, Florida.

We’ll be doing more work on private prison contractors in Florida and hope that FCIR and other investigative media outlets will cover the results.

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One Response to Florida Center for Investigative Reporting – Part 2

  1. bird toes says:

    When I was in college, in Planning and Environmental Science, I would go and ask to see the Environmental Impact Statements for projects at the township and towns in Michigan my parents lived. A defensive Township manager grilled me for at least 15 minutes forcing me to explain that I was a student studying these type of reports. The best part came later when the Township manger spent five year in a federal prison for committing fraud related to how the monies directed to his buddies for projects that were never done. Great reading your posts and keep up the good work – because when they hide this information it cost everybody – and devalues and taints the good work that some government employees are doing.

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