Four years ago a husband and wife named Jonada and Angela Campos sold jewelry in stall N-30 at the Opa-locka/Hialeah Flea Market. On the morning of May 27, 2003, their son Marlon began removing merchandise from a safe in the rear and setting it out for display. A trio of thugs pistol-whipped the 22-year-old from behind and began emptying the safe. Angela ran to her son's aid and took a bullet in the chest. She staggered back toward Jonada, who rushed the masked gunmen with a crowbar. They shot him, too, and as he struggled to get up, they plugged him again. When Marlon came to, his... More >>>