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Florida’s First Lady’s loan to accountant for governor’s blind trust may have broken state law

SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 | by Dan Christensen | FLORIDA BULLDOG

“… The Scotts’ tax returns show they have paid Hollow Brook hundreds of thousands of dollars in advisory and management fees. Recently, the firm moved to burnish its Republican image with the creation of a small advisory board that includes former New Jersey Gov. Thomas Kean. Kean, 83, is perhaps better known as chairman of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, more commonly called the 9/11 Commission.”

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