Author Topic: Witch Hunt to resume shortly - 507 missing debit cards from Mayor Brown officers  (Read 11348 times)

Adam White

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At this point, exactly what happened to the cards is pure speculation. That's not the issue - or until we know more, it's not the issue. The issue is why these can't be accounted for. As another poster mentioned, they could easily be misplaced (sorry - more speculation).
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The Times-Union reports that they were supposed to be in a safe in the CFO's office, where other cards were found

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The cards were bought from VyStar Credit Union in October 2013. They came in denominations of $100, $50 and $25, and they were kept in a safe in the office of the city’s chief financial officer, who, under Brown, was Ronnie Belton. Reached Monday morning by cell phone, Belton said he was on a conference call and would need to call a Times-Union reporter back. Hours later, his phone went directly to voice mail.


http://jacksonville.com/news/2015-11-02/story/mayor-lenny-currys-office-says-27000-worth-debit-cards-purchased-under
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The Times-Union reports that they were supposed to be in a safe in the CFO's office, where other cards were found

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The cards were bought from VyStar Credit Union in October 2013. They came in denominations of $100, $50 and $25, and they were kept in a safe in the office of the city’s chief financial officer, who, under Brown, was Ronnie Belton. Reached Monday morning by cell phone, Belton said he was on a conference call and would need to call a Times-Union reporter back. Hours later, his phone went directly to voice mail.


http://jacksonville.com/news/2015-11-02/story/mayor-lenny-currys-office-says-27000-worth-debit-cards-purchased-under

So now the question is why didn't Ronnie Belton return the call.  If there is a straight forward answer there is not reason not to reply.  Perhaps the answer is not straightforward.   
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The Times-Union reports that they were supposed to be in a safe in the CFO's office, where other cards were found

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The cards were bought from VyStar Credit Union in October 2013. They came in denominations of $100, $50 and $25, and they were kept in a safe in the office of the city’s chief financial officer, who, under Brown, was Ronnie Belton. Reached Monday morning by cell phone, Belton said he was on a conference call and would need to call a Times-Union reporter back. Hours later, his phone went directly to voice mail.


http://jacksonville.com/news/2015-11-02/story/mayor-lenny-currys-office-says-27000-worth-debit-cards-purchased-under

So now the question is why didn't Ronnie Belton return the call.  If there is a straight forward answer there is not reason not to reply.  Perhaps the answer is not straightforward.


To be fair that was from a few days ago. Perhaps there have been updates.
« Last Edit: November 05, 2015, 08:39:19 PM by Tacachale »
Do you believe that when the blue jay or another bird sings and the body is trembling, that is a signal that people are coming or something important is about to happen?