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Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, Nick Healy, president of Ave Maria University, center, and Jeff Klatzkow, Collier County Attorney, right, look in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. During Tuesday's commissioners meeting, Naples activist John Lundin attempted to use this photo as evidence that Fiala might have appeared with Commissioner Jim Coletta at Jackson Laboratory, which he said was a possible Sunshine Law violation. He pointed to the clothes and appearance of the woman seen from behind in this photo and compared it to another photo of Fiala. Lundin said the woman in the background of this photo appears to be Fiala. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, Nick Healy, president of Ave Maria University, center, and Jeff Klatzkow, Collier County Attorney, right, look in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. During Tuesday's commissioners meeting, Naples activist John Lundin attempted to use this photo as evidence that Fiala might have appeared with Commissioner Jim Coletta at Jackson Laboratory, which he said was a possible Sunshine Law violation. He pointed to the clothes and appearance of the woman seen from behind in this photo and compared it to another photo of Fiala. Lundin said the woman in the background of this photo appears to be Fiala. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, Nick Healy, president of Ave Maria University, center, and Jeff Klatzkow, Collier County Attorney, right, look in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. During Tuesday's commissioners meeting, Naples activist John Lundin attempted to use this photo as evidence that Fiala might have appeared with Commissioner Jim Coletta at Jackson Laboratory, which he said was a possible Sunshine Law violation. He pointed to the clothes and appearance of the woman seen from behind in this photo and compared it to another photo of Fiala. Lundin said the woman in the background of this photo appears to be Fiala. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala sits with Shirlee Barcic, chairwoman of the Marco Island Advisory Committee in the auditorium at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. This is another photo of Fiala taken on the same day as the photos Naples activist John Lundin used as evidence of a Sunshine Law violation by commissioners Fiala and Coletta during Tuesday's commissioners meeting. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala, center, and Pat Botthof, right, peer in at mice at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. During Tuesday's commissioners meeting, Naples activist John Lundin attempted to use this photo as evidence that Fiala might have appeared with Commissioner Jim Coletta at Jackson Laboratory, which he said was a possible Sunshine Law violation. He pointed to the clothes and hairstyle of Fiala in this photo and compared it to another that features Coletta. Greg Kahn/Staff

John Lundin, a Naples liberal activist, gave a statement to the Collier County Sheriff’s Office late Thursday that Collier Commissioners Jim Coletta and Donna Fiala may have violated the law governing elected officials when they were at The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, on Saturday, July 17.

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