Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ethics complaint filed over Broward Sheriff Scott Israel's yacht cruise

Local 10's Bob Norman reported tonight that "a former Broward Sheriff's Office commander filed an ethics complaint against Broward Sheriff Scott Israel over a five-day cruise to the Bahamas aboard a campaign donor's $35 million yacht."
Israel paid a total of $1,500, or $300 for each member of his family, for five-days on the yacht that rents for $190,000 a week with campaign donor Robert Pereira. He said Broward Sheriff's Office lawyers told him state law only required him to pay the equivalent of an inexpensive cruise, which he did.

Israel didn't disclose the trip to the public.
But, it appears that Israel isn't too concerned about the complaint. Or if he is, he's not showing it.

At least that's the sense I get after seeing a flyer that's been circulating at BSO headquarters in recent days.

C'mon, Scotty. Do you really think this is a good idea right now? Haven't you learned your lesson?

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