Sheriff Scott Israel has an affinity for felons

FL STATE Sen. Ken Jenne (D-Hollywood)
U.S. Rep Claude Pepper (D-Miami)
Bob Butterworth was sheriff
Bill Clinton was Arkansas’s Governor
 John Benz, Senior Vice President of Memorial Healthcare System.
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Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital, which sits on the grounds of Memorial at 3501 Johnson St.

Joseph Reilly was also a lobbyist for the Broward County Sheriff’s Office when Bob Butterworth was sheriff |

 It is the chatter in law enforcement officer threads in Broward County that current sheriff Scott Israel has permitted Jenne entry to the Sheriff’s Office though he is considered a felon, because Jenne wished to congratulate him for his election win.

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Clubhouse Will Be Home Away From Home For Patients' Families During Stays At Hollywood's Joe Dimaggio Children's Hospital. |
Too much to list out... some golden nuggets above
it just keeps going on & getting more interesting - in a bad way
Joe Reilly & his camera 'hobby' ?
Reilly - now aide to state Sen. Ken Jenne, D-Hollywood - and his camera regularly are invited to record bits of political history.
Politics A Snap To This Aide Shutterbug`s Hobby Helps Record History
Joe Reilly has a master`s degree in political science. But his hobby, launched with a childhood gift of a second-hand camera, is what has opened doors in politics and other careers - and led to a...
Reuters uncovered that The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation did not properly report foreign donations between the years of 2010 and 2012, though the group then accepted donations into the millions, and Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.

According to a CNN story, both Bill and Hillary Clinton have earned over $153 million in speaking fees since 2001. On an average, per speech each speaking engagement yields $210,795 for the Clintons.
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Broward County, FL School Shooting | HUGE LIST OF Florida Senate Race 2016 Affils
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United States Senate election in Florida, 2016
The 2016 United States Senate election in Florida was held on November 8, 2016 to elect a member of the United States Senate to represent the State of Florida, concurrently with the 2016 U.S. presidential election, as well as other elections to the United States Senate in other states and elections to the United States House of Representatives and various state and local elections. The primary elections for both the Republicans and Democrats took place on August 30, 2016.[2]Incumbent Republican Senator Marco Rubio ran for another term but faced well-funded Republican primary opposition after initially announcing he would not seek re-election to his Senate seat. He had openly considered whether to seek re-election or run for President in 2016.[4][5] He stated in April 2014 that ...