One fact is undisputed in the massive Port of Miami corruption trial:Money was flying everywhere.

There was $25,000 of what prosecutors contend was taxpayers’ money thatwent to the Masters golf tournament, $10,000 to the Miami Seaquarium,$10,000 to the FedEx Orange Bowl, $22,000 to Royal Caribbean Cruises,$58,000 to a fireworks company and $9,200 to a caterer.

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