MDC Tells 520 Biscayne Bidders: Swear That You Haven’t Hired Private Detective

Miami Dade College is concerned that one of the developers bidding for their property at 520 Biscayne may have hired a private detective who has been tailing their lawyer around town.

Now, the college has issued an ultimatum to developers: they must submit a signed & sworn affidavit certifying that they haven’t hired the detective.

Notice was sent to bidders today, and the affidavit is due by June 15.

 

PreviouslyPrivate Detectives Have Been Spying On MDC’s 520 Biscayne Counsel

 

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Anonymous
5 years ago

MDC, you brought this upon yourself and now look!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Pinky swear or I’ll tell my mommy. Boohoo MDC.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Go ahead MDC, take out that Bible and make em swear it. This is ridiculous already.

Anonymous
5 years ago

But no word on the conflict of interest, eh? Typical…

Anonymous
5 years ago

MDC cutt is out, you are being so ridiculous… if you have nothing to hide then why the concern?

suomynona
5 years ago

Clown show

Anonymous
5 years ago

yeah when MDC swears that Related doesn’t have it sewn up

LG
5 years ago

Oh Miami…..

Dev1
5 years ago

LOL they should polygraph them

Anonymous
5 years ago

and then throw them in an interrogation room and drill them under a slowly swinging hot incandescent lamp. Lol.

mossack fonseca
5 years ago

Nader should admit it was him, bow out, and then see how MDC actually responds to the real problem – its corrupt collusion with the Related Group. Was just driving by Icon Bay over the weekend and I really don’t need anymore buildings by these guys in town. They’re a cancer.

Danny
5 years ago

RG having MDC to attempt scare tactics.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Can someone explain, what exactly the cone of silence entails. I don’t really see why you would be disqualified for hiring a detictive to investigate if there is any nefarious conduct by either party.

Anonymous
5 years ago

My question is if a developer does admit it there is technically no reason why they still can’t be in the bid.
Lawsuits coming in time and I bet that it will be solely MDC who grabs most of the liability.