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Maybe he shouldn’t have kept records

Doug Guetzloe, one of central Florida’s most prominent political operatives — and a subject of investigations by the Florida Elections Commission and an expressway commission in Orlando — had long infuriated prosecutors with his slippery denials of knowledge of unethical campaigns that they were certain he was deeply involved in.
However, late in 2006 Guetzloe missed a payment on his rental storage locker, and 50 boxes of his professional and personal records were seized and auctioned for $10 to a curious citizen, who then gave them to the media, which had several earlier investigations of Guetzloe still open.
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