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The Silk Sessions

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On March 21, I spent the afternoon with Gregory “Silk” Thomas, a former pimp and drug dealer who has given up his criminal lifestyle but still gets harassed by Miami Beach police officers. Read more about Thomas in this week’s edition of Miami New Times. Here you can listen to three audio clips featuring Thomas kvetching about the police on Washington Avenue; chatting with his homeless friend Richard Habersham on Sixth Street and Meridian Avenue; and another homeless imp known as “Low-Key” describing how undercover detectives were snooping inside Thomas’s car when he wasn’t around. Listen to the audio below:

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