But not today.
Just in time for Passover, the Florida Elections Commission has granted Myron yet another continuance on Case Number FEC 11-087 and Case Number FEC 11-089. Both of these complaints were filed FOUR YEARS AGO in April of 2011! Both of these complaints led to his September 20, 2012 arrest on charges of campaign finance fraud, abuse of power and grand theft in the third degree.
But somehow, the Florida Elections Commission still hasn’t gotten around to hearing the cases.
Then again, his criminal case has yet to go to trial, either. According to the docket, Myron’s criminal attorney, Benedict P. Kuehne asked for and received yet another continuance.
So far, Kuehne has managed to postpone trial dates set for:
- November 30, 2012
- January 28, 2013
- February 11, 2013
- March 5, 2013
- November 18, 2013
- September 2, 2014
- April 6, 2015
- April 13, 2015
The latest trial hearing has been set for June 1, 2015.
Do not hold your breath. It won’t happen.
In contrast, North Miami’s suspended Mayor Lucie Tondreau, who is also represented by Big Ben, was arrested on May 20, 2014 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. She was immediately suspended from office by the Governor of Florida. On December 16, 2014, she was found guilty and remained in custody until her sentencing on March 24, 2015, when she received a sixty five month prison sentence.
Unlike his cozy relationship with Miami’s State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle, it does appear that Benedict P. Kuehne has no ties or political connections to U.S. Attorney Wilfredo A. Ferer.
Since Lucie’s case was tried by Federal Prosecutors, as opposed to Rundle’s lapdog lawyers, Lucie went from Perp Walk to Club Fed in less than a year!
Then again, Lucie wasn’t protected by the “I’M MARRIED TO CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SARAH ZABEL” immunity rule that Kathy Rundle invented specifically to keep her politically expedient, well connected corrupocrats out of prison.
Maybe one day justice will be served in the matter of The State of Florida vs. Myron Joel Rosner.
Just not today.
But as long as Katherine Fernandez-Rundle occupies the State Attorney’s Office, that day will never come.
“Spreading the Wealth”