An iPhone buzzes inside a Wynwood restaurant, and Naudimar Herrera's bright brown eyes light up when he sees the caller: the downtown Federal Detention Center. Photo by Tim ElfrinkNaudimar Herrera in front of his parents' Midtown apartment.‚Äč"Patrick, what's up, my brother?" he barks into the phon ... More >>
Just before 8 p.m. last night, two dozen protesters in white T-shirts stared at the hulking Federal Detention Center downtown and held their breath. From one of the highest, slit-like windows cut into the massive concrete face, a pin-prick of light suddenly waved back and forth. The crowd erupted. ... More >>
The judicial saga of men who came to be known as "The Liberty Six" reached what may be the beginning of the end today. After two mistrials, and a total bill that cost taxpayers over $10 million, five of the men were convicted. Another was acquitted. The men were charged with plotting with al Queda t ... More >>
Thursday afternoon, U.S. District Judge Jean Lenard declared a mistrial after the 12 person jury failed to reach a verdict on six of the seven defendants. Only 32 year old defendant Lyglenson Lemorin was acquitted. The federal government will likely retry the other six defendants including ringlead ... More >>
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