Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis faces questions over migrant flights to Martha’s Vineyard: ‘Crimes against humanity’
A Venezuelan migrant reacts as he is led onto a bus at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, in Edgartown, Massachusetts, on the island of Martha’ s Vineyard. - MATIAS J. OCNER/Miami Herald/TNS

Questions continue to swirl around Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ migrant relocation efforts, from his use of federal COVID aid to fly migrants from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, to the mysterious aviation company tasked with handling the trips. Vertol Systems Co. Inc. was paid $615,000 by the Florida Department of Transportation to ferry 48 Venezuelan migrants to the small Massachusetts island, a popular vacation destination for some of the world’s wealthiest and most powerful. Their planes touched down on Wednesday and those onboard have since been shuttled to Joint Base Cape Cod, where Massachuse...