The Fair Political Practices Commission made a couple of findings of probable cause
in the matter of Russell Betts. I've heard these findings misinterpreted by more than one person.
You can read the PDF report here
First, they explain "probable cause." Please note, a finding of probable cause does not constitute a finding that a violation has actually occurred. The respondents are presumed to be innocent of any violation of the Political Reform Act unless a violation is proved in a subsequent proceeding.
And then it goes on with two findings of probable cause:In the Matter of Russell Betts, 12/289: ...