Myron’s Big (House) Adventure
(Stephanie Kienzle) Now that I’ve had time to finish my lunch (I was a good girl, I ended up eating the salad instead of chocolate), I had time to really review the press release about Myron Rosner’s arrest. There are a few interesting things I want to point out.
The presser states, “In one instance, personal advertising messages were paid for from funds donated to the Myron Rosner Campaign Account which constitutes felony Grand Theft from the campaign account.” Turns out that had something to do with Myron’s freaking pre-campaign fake Happy Holiday bus benches that littered the North Miami Beach landscape from November, 2011 through January, 2012 and drove me absolutely CRAZY!
These are the very same fake Happy Holiday benches that miraculously turned into campaign bus benches on or about February 1, 2012 at the official start of campaign season. I had been trying to find out how Myron paid for those fake Happy Holiday bus bench ads, but had no luck. I simply assumed that he paid for them out of his own pocket since the signs sported a disclaimer that said, “Independent expenditure not paid with City Funds.” What I didn’t know, and what reporter David Ovalle wrote in his updated Miami Herald article Former North Miami Beach Mayor Myron Rosner arrested, was that Myron “paid $450 to R&D [Printing] from his campaign account” for that advertising, hence the FELONY GRAND THEFT charge. NICE WORK, GUYS!
But, wait! There’s MORE!