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Two other men in the photograph could not be identified."As much as I would like to comment, I continue to follow the city attorney's advice about commenting or speculating during an open investigation," Maddox said.

"I have full confidence in our judicial system and await the conclusion of the process."Burnette declined to comment, referring questions to Steve Vancore, a Tallahassee political consultant who represents his domestic and business partner Kim Rivers, CEO of medical marijuana company Trulieve.

A year later, Hunter and Harp sold the four remaining condos back to Carter-Smith for 0,000.

Fleming, Maddox's aide, said she had no knowledge of a trip to Vegas "because no Vegas trip went through his city office."Maddox and Burnette have ties through real estate transactions dating back to 2008, when Maddox bought nine units in the Adams Street lofts and then sold them to Carter-Smith.

Soon after, she sold five of the units to Burnette’s firm, Hunter and Harp, for 5,000, making about ,000 per unit more than she paid for them.

This photo shows the three men believed to be undercover FBI agents who used aliases and cover stories as part of an investigation in Tallahassee.

Pictured from left are Mike Miller, Mike Sweets and Brian Butler.

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