Miami keeps shutting down Biscayne Boulevard's most notorious motel. Now it looks as though taxpayers will be footing the bill.
In a high-stakes showdown, Miami hopes to put some muscle on its enfeebled Nuisance Abatement Board
The owner just wants out. The informant's cover has been blown. The defense lawyer is always on the offensive. In the war to spiff up Biscayne Boulevard's low-rent motels, the case of the Camelot Inn is the strangest battle yet.
Was Miami police officer Darrell Nichols just doing his job, or was he protecting his landlord?