Stories and columns from my time as a reporter and columnist for the Florida Times-Union can be found here.
This front-page story appeared in the Florida Times-Union on Sunday, July 25, 2010. It was the recipient of a Sunshine State Award in 2011 by the Society of Professional Journalists' South Florida chapter for Enterprise Business Reporting. When Kenneth Wayne McLeod held a gun to his head and ended his life, it left a single bullet hole in the driver's side window of his Hummer. The dark tint of the black sport utility vehicle's window held the shattered glass together. The film was like the lies the 48-year-old Jacksonville financial adviser hid behind for years, a slick facade that kept investors in his fraudulent bond fund unaware until a convergence of forces pushed the truth from the shadows. Since his June suicide, his family and many of his closest associates have declined offers to talk about his life. But interviews with dozens of others and public records revealed a lot about the man behind a Ponzi scheme of at least $34 million. They depict a man w
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