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Sunshine guru Pat Gleason goes back to AG office

by Dara Kam | December 24th, 2010

Pat Gleason, the veritable font of all government in the sunshine knowledge, is going back to work at the attorney general’s’ office, this time for AG-elect Pam Bondi.

Gleason is currently serving as Gov. Charlie Crist’s special counsel in the Office of Open Government and has for years been the go-to lawyer on matters regarding Florida’s broad Sunshine laws.

“Pat is a leading authority in our state on open government and public records, and I am honored to have her join my administration,” Bondi said in a press release. “We have worked together for over a decade, and I have the highest respect for her work ethic, integrity and the transparency she brings to the government process.”

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3 Responses to “Sunshine guru Pat Gleason goes back to AG office”

  1. Corruption Fighter Says:

    Good now he go back and fix cases with new Judges Marni Bryson and Peter Bassaline and Kathleen Kroll.Just like they always have been.All the corruption and case fixing in Palm Beach County is being done from right out of the AG’S office with the judges and magistrates who came from the AG’s office.It’s no ancient Chinese secret.Kathleen Kroll runs it all.

  2. Sunshine Law Means Nothing To these Crooks Says:

    Why do you think CharLIE Crist took Pat Gleason from the AG’s office to the governor’s office with him? Because Gleason knows how to sidestep the law and keep lying CharLIE out of jail. CharLIE got all those free jet flights from friends and cronies like Dr Steve Scott and Harry Sargent and never reported them. He was supposed to report everything with a value of $100. or greater! He alone made the decision and informed his Unethics commission he had done no wrong!

  3. Alistair Says:

    Makes no difference, Bondi is still an inferior legal mind who knows nothing about the Constitution. She’ll be gone in four long years.

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