By The Miami Herald’s Carl Hiaasen
Somewhere in Tallahassee, locked securely inside a government office, is an explosive, top-secret file that only a few select operatives have ever seen. It’s so sensitive that even lawmakers haven’t been allowed to peek at it.
These protected documents have nothing to do with an imminent ISIS threat, the Zika outbreak or the alarming rise in sea levels in Florida.
Last year a state agency, Visit Florida, hired Pitbull to do some tourism promotion. Because the hip-hop star was paid with public funds, many people reasonably assumed that the details of his deal would be openly disclosed.