FLORIDA – Documents meant to combat fraud in condo elections raise more questions

 

CCFJ.NET: Documents meant to combat fraud in condo elections raise more questions

 

Article Courtesy of The Miami Herald By Enrique Flor And Brenda Medina

Published April 26, 2016

 

The 15th of November must have been an exhausting day for notary public Carmen Aslan.
On that Sunday last year, Aslan notarized the signatures of 68 condominium owners at The Beach Club at Fontainebleau Park on affidavits certifying that the owners voted in the condo association’s elections at the end of that month, citing their ballot numbers as proof of their vote. She would have had to meet with every person who signed the affidavits.
Cops begin investigation of The Beach Club at Fontainebleau Park
That same day, Aslan appears to have had time to meet with an owner of a Los Sueños condo in Hialeah to notarize her affidavit for an association election in that complex.

 

Aslan, who works for the FM Law Group, where lawyer Hector Martinez represents several condo associations, kept up her busy schedule for the next eight days, apparently notarizing the signatures on 236 affidavits by owners at The Beach Club and Los Sueños.
But 23 owners at the two condos told El Nuevo Herald and Univision 23 in recent weeks that they never signed those declarations before any notary. They also say they never showed their driver’s licenses to Aslan, as she certified in the 236 documents. And 22 of the 23 say they never met Aslan.
Multiple South Florida condos under state investigation for election fraud. Read more:

 

http://www.ccfj.net/condoElectFraudDoc.html

Posted on May 1, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on FLORIDA – Documents meant to combat fraud in condo elections raise more questions.

Comments are closed.