Katherine Fernandez Rundle Mum on Barbara Carey-Shuler's Reversal
"Despite what TV shows like to portray," Fernandez Rundle intoned, "putting together a solid public corruption case requires dilligence and good, bold, blind determination."
But now that the star witness against Spence-Jones has backed off an earlier sworn statement that gave prosecutors probable cause to arrest the suspended Miami politician, Fernandez Rundle is silent. Through her spokesman Ed Griffith, she declined to answer questions about Barbara Carey-Shuler's recent admission under oath that she approved $50,000 in county grants for a company owned by Spence-Jones and her relatives.
"It would be improper for us to be discussing such factual case matters that relate directly to the upcoming case," Griffith said.