At the center of three unusual and complicated development transactions involving former Rep. Jeremy Durham investigated by The Tennessean is Don Russell Cameron III, an at-times controversial real estate developer.
Public records reviewed by The Tennessean show Cameron sold land to Durham and others in a set of housing transactions that real estate attorneys have described as very unusual compared with a typical pattern used by large-scale developers.
In a brief interview, Cameron refused to answer questions for this story about the transactions and about Durham.
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