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Fla. City Commissioner Was FBI Informant for 4 Years

It’s an interesting tale how the commissioner in this little community outside of Ft. Lauderdale kept her status as an FBI informant secret for four years.  Or at least that’s what she says. Some say she didn’t really keep it secret. Either way,  it’s not a giant leap to believe that she would cooperate with law enforcement considering that she’s also a state prosecutor.

Sheila Alu/city photo

Sheila Alu/city photo

By Susannah Bryan and Tonya Alanez
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
SUNRISE, Fla. – She is the first to admit that secrets have a short shelf-life around her.

Yet Sheila Alu, a Sunrise commissioner and state prosecutor, managed to keep her role as an FBI informant secret from her family for four years, not even confiding in her mother or boyfriend.

“It was stressful,” Alu, a prosecutor with the Broward State Attorney’s Office, said in an interview with the Sun Sentinel. “I kept secrets from my family and the people I love.”

Some debate whether her work with the FBI was a closely guarded secret. More than a few folks at the courthouse say Alu confided – even boasted of – her collaboration with the feds.

Alu, 47, scoffed at the claim. “Are you kidding me? How effective would I have been if I’d told everyone?”

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