She's in federal custody in Miami. In 2012 our most heavily commented post of the year detailed mysteries of the self-professed Republican "bad girl".
On Friday, news broke inMiami New Times that the FBI arrested and extradited Ana Sol from Nicaragua. The development, subsequently reported in the Miami Herald on page one, was something of a surprise. Ana Sol had high-tailed it to Nicaragua where she believed she was beyond the reach of the US law enforcement. Miami New Times had tracked her down to a hair dressing boutique she operated there, entertaining among others one former Congressman David Rivera who spent his formative years as Tallahassee roommate of Marco Rubio.
We hope the US Attorneys Office does its job and follows the trails to West Dade and other parts celebrated through charming county commissioner newsletters professing how clean their districts are.
Top political lawbreakers in Florida have a way of disappearing into prison terms without leaving a trace. The foremost example is federal prisoner Robert Allen Stanford whose $5 billion Miami-based Ponzi scheme faded to black once Stanford was locked away without revealing how in the world Tallahassee regulators had been persuaded to allow him to operate an offshore bank in Florida.
Ana Sol, we extend a public invitation to interview with Eye On Miami. Now that we know where you are, won't you please talk to our readers?