Ray Sansom's Legal Troubles Are Not Over
The FBI has subpoenaed former Ray Sansom aide Samantha Sullivan. She now works for Rep. Matt Gaetz.
“The subpoena compels testimony before the grand jury and the production of documents regarding how Rep. Sansom utilized funds designated for office use,” Gaetz said.
The state charges against Sanson were dropped. Samson said the reason he didn't go to prison was because God had ordained it.
"God has sustained us," Sansom said after the case was dismissed. "We held strong with his grace."
Perhaps God told Samson to place pork in the Florida House budget that would land him a no-bid job and spend $173,000 on a Republican Party of Florida credit card.