Florida has a government that is being operated in the shadows, by very shady people.
From Tampa Times:
Bailey said he met with members of U.S. Attorney Pamela Marsh’s staff in Tallahassee at their request on March 5 for more than an hour. Bailey wouldn’t say what they talked about and declined further comment. The agency declined to discuss its interest in the case.
“The U.S. Attorney’s Office does not disclose whether a review is taking place or the status of the review,” spokeswoman Amy Alexander said.
Bailey’s abrupt and unexplained dismissal from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has triggered a lawsuit by dozens of news outlets that are now seeking Bailey’s sworn testimony. News organizations, open government advocates and St. Petersburg lawyer Matthew Weidner accuse Scott and all three elected Cabinet members, who also oversee FDLE, of violating the Sunshine Law by forcing Bailey from office with no public discussion or vote.