This Memorial Day, we will all remember those who fought for our liberty and sacrificed their lives for America.  We enjoy freedom today because of the brave men and women who dedicated their lives to military service.  I am eternally grateful to the Americans who have died serving our country.  As I gather with my loved ones for the holiday, we will be remembering my uncle, who fought in World War II and died during the Battle of Normandy.

Also, I thank those of you who are currently serving in the military and protecting our great nation.
Pam Bondi
Topics of Interest
Attorney General Bondi and the Federal Trade Commission Sue Company for Fraudulent Vacation Scheme

Attorney General Pam Bondi and the Federal Trade Commission sued a Miami-based company, All Dreams Vacations Corp. and VGC Corporation, for allegedly targeting and defrauding hundreds of Spanish-speaking consumers who “won” vacation packages that could not be redeemed as promised. This scheme is alleged to have targeted South Floridians and consumers nationally by advertising the vacation call-in contest with Spanish radio and TV advertisements; “winners” were asked to pay fees between $200 and $400 to collect the prizes. According to complaints reviewed by the Attorney General’s Office, consumers who pay these fees do not receive their promised vacation packages.

Attorney General’s Office Announces Nearly $1.7 Million in Grants to Food Banks Throughout Florida

Attorney General Pam Bondi announced that eight food banks will share nearly $1.7 million in grants from a settlement agreement reached by the Attorney General’s Office in 2010. The multi-state, class action settlement agreement involved allegations of an illegal vitamin price-fixing conspiracy.
Attorney General Bondi Traveled to Israel

AG Bondi and President of Israel Shimon Peres

AG Bondi during meeting with Director General of Israel Foreign Ministry Baruch Bina

AG Bondi with Chaim Shacham, new Israeli Consulate General of Miami

AG Bondi with previous Israeli Attorney General and present Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein

This week, Attorney General Pam Bondi returned from her trip to Israel to meet with Israeli officials. While abroad, she and other U.S. Attorneys General met with Israeli officials and discussed social, economic and political issues relating to Israel and surrounding countries. She also toured the Israeli Supreme Court and met with Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein to discuss common interests in legal proceedings.