Corrections chief Tim Ryan can't seem to stop offending black guards.
Note to Tim Ryan: Maybe just stay home next February. Ryan, Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation chief since 2006, hasn't exactly built a mountain of goodwill with his majority black workforce during his three years in charge of one of the nation's largest prison systems, with a $315 million b ... More >>
"I think that employees at Burger King earn more than tomato pickers"
"The fact is that this guy Barney wants to flex something and feel important. He wants to make it racial."
Especially when you have investigators breathing down your neck and rabble-rousers raising holy hell
The Dade corrections department has yet to recover from the beating of Frank Dennis. And that was more than three years ago.
During the Forties and Fifties, Mel Richard fought organized crime's incursion into Miami Beach. He's still crusading.
If racial strife and political bickering were crimes, the entire staff of Dade County's corrections department would be locked up