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BP’s values don’t match its actions

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One of the most exciting aspects of running this website is hearing from a diversity of voices from the community, whether it be in the increasingly active comments section or via an anonymous e-mail (that’s how I get some of my best tips).  One such voice reached out to me last month.  He calls himself Henry Boxlor, an obvious play on the name of the St. Petersburg Times’ columnist.  After several e-mails back and forth, I met with “Henry” and…

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BP’s values don’t match its actions

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One of the most exciting aspects of running this website is hearing from a diversity of voices from the community, whether it be in the increasingly active comments section or via an anonymous e-mail (that’s how I get some of my best tips).  One such voice reached out to me last month.  He calls himself Henry Boxlor, an obvious play on the name of the St. Petersburg Times’ columnist.  After several e-mails back and forth, I met with “Henry” and…

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Criminal investigation launched into the Republican Party of Florida’s credit card abuses

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Federal law enforcement agencies have launched a criminal investigation into the use of American Express cards issued by the Republican Party of Florida to elected officials and staff, according to sources familiar with the probe. The St. Petersburg Times is reporting that The U.S. attorney’s office in Tallahassee, the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service are all involved in the probe, which grew out of the state investigation into former House Speaker Ray Sansom. He was indicted on criminal charges…

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Criminal investigation launched into the Republican Party of Florida’s credit card abuses

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Federal law enforcement agencies have launched a criminal investigation into the use of American Express cards issued by the Republican Party of Florida to elected officials and staff, according to sources familiar with the probe. The St. Petersburg Times is reporting that The U.S. attorney’s office in Tallahassee, the FBI and the Internal Revenue Service are all involved in the probe, which grew out of the state investigation into former House Speaker Ray Sansom. He was indicted on criminal charges…

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