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A FOX NEWS CONNECTION TO THE ORLANDO MURDER-SUICIDES
« on: August 28, 2007, 08:37:36 PM »
http://aconstantineblacklist.blogspot.c ... urder.html

FOX NEWS' Ultra-Con Pundit & Convicted Felon Doug Guetzloe

In four steps:

1) David Abrami, shot dead by Young Republican Robert Drake, formerly worked with Doug Guetzloe
2) Guetzloe extortion plot
3) Guetzloe biography
4) Guetzloe sentenced to prison/Mel Sembler & Mark Foley ties

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/loc ... 3624.story

" ... All three men died in Gonzalez's Union Park home last Tuesday but the bodies were not discovered until Thursday.

"Gonzalez, 39, the president of Strategum Group and a former head of the Republican Party in Georgia, was buried Monday in Miami.

"Abrami, 36, an attorney who previously worked with Orlando political consultant DOUG GUETZLOE, had a room in Gonzalez's house on Hickory Oak Boulevard. The plans for his burial could not be learned Monday."

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/loc ... 3624.story
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Doug Guetzloe Under Fire For Alleged "Extortion"
http://www.wftv.com/news/10072833/detail.html

October 13, 2006

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Political consultant Doug Guetzloe was under more fire Friday. Eyewitness News has new information on how he allegedly tried to get Orange County schools to pay him, "or else," while the Orlando Magic coughed up $200,000 to keep him from opposing a new arena.

Investigators were not limiting their probe to political consultant Guetzloe. The school district attorney said "Ax the Tax" leader Doug Guetzloe offered himself as a hired gun to the district when it was pushing a sales tax hike for new school construction.

The school district's attorney said the implied threat was that if political consultant Guetzloe was not hired that he would fight the tax hike. The school district said it didn't bite and never hired Guetzloe.

The Orlando Magic admitted to paying Guetzloe a total of $200,000 in 2001 and in 2006. Both occasions were supposed to stop him from fighting against a new arena. Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty is a supporter of building a new arena, but was disappointed that Guetzloe was paid off to hush up.

“We cannot be a top-tiered community if we're going to have a reputation, along with some other challenges we have, that you have to have anybody paid to get decisions made,â€
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