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Blame the System for Failing to Stop Mariam Coulibaly From Killing Teens

5 months ago by Luther Campbell
Richecarde Dumay was one of the kindest, selfless teenagers on the Miami Edison Senior High practice field. When he wasn't playing soccer or kicking for the football team, the 17-year-old star athlete supported players that donned the Red Raiders colors in other sports. You would catch him handing out water...
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Diaz de la Portilla Paid Campaign Consultant From Leaked Ballot-Tampering Chat

5 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
Earlier this week, Miami New Times obtained a 150-page WhatsApp chat that appears to include volunteers working with the 2018 campaign of Miami-Dade County Commission candidate (and former Republican state Sen.) Alex Diaz de la Portilla. They discuss stealing and shredding absentee ballots taken from voters that year. The workers...
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Using Controversial Law, Prosecutors Charge Two Miami Men With Murder for Dealing Fentanyl

8 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
America's drug war is still here and still going strong. Today, Miami-Dade County State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle announced that her office persuaded a grand-jury to indict two fentanyl dealers for first-degree murder — purely because they sold the opiates to a user who later died. Rundle's office said two...
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Prosecutors Charging Miami Firefighters Who Hung Noose, Drew Penises on Black Colleague's Photos

8 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
More than a year ago, a group of City of Miami Fire-Rescue employees got canned after committing what looks, on paper at least, to have been a racist attack on a black firefighter. In November 2017, six firefighters were terminated after they allegedly took their black colleague's family photographs, drew...
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Mother of Man Shot by Cops Sues Rundle for Withholding Key Information

12 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Twenty-three-year-old Juvon Simon was at his apartment in Florida City when cops showed up on the afternoon of May 30. According to a witness, Simon ran inside, shut the door, and then dropped dead; a preliminary investigation found that Florida City Police Officer Frantz Hardy was responsible for firing two shots through the door, killing Simon almost instantly.
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Miami's Longest-Serving Jail Inmate Still Hasn't Gone on Trial 13 Years After a Murder Spree

1 year ago by Jessica Lipscomb
As he turns the corner of SW 113th Place in Richmond Heights, Chuck Berriman hits the brake pedal of his red Toyota pickup and looks over his shoulder toward the place where his youngest brother died. "That's it right there," he says, pointing toward a dilapidated beige townhouse with an...
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Prosecutors Haven't Charged Miami-Dade Cops Despite Footage Showing Them Beating Man, Lying About It

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Ephraim Casado allegedly did nothing but throw a bottle from his car March 27, 2017. According to documents and footage New Times obtained, Miami-Dade County cops responded by repeatedly punching him in the face, grinding his body into the asphalt, and painfully hoisting him into the air by his arms before arresting him on charges of "resisting an officer without violence."
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Why Did Miami's Prosecutor Clear Guard Now Facing Federal Charges in Fatal Juvenile Beating?

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
A federal grand jury today unsealed multiple criminal charges against Antwan Johnson, a guard accused of encouraging a group of young inmates to beat up 17-year-old Elord Revolte, a detainee at a juvenile facility. As first reported in the Miami Herald's Pulitzer-nominated investigative series Fight Club, Revolte died August 31, 2015, from what appear to be injuries sustained during the beating.
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Haitian Activist Who Helped Bring Trump to Miami Won't Comment on "Shithole"-Gate

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Donald Trump infamously visited Miami's Little Haiti in 2016, stood in front of the city's Haitian-American community, and promised to be a "champion" for Haitians. He was clearly lying through his teeth.
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Second Video of Charles Kinsey Shooting Exists, North Miami Police Chief Says

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Charles Kinsey's shooting went viral last year thanks to shaky cell-phone footage that showed the unarmed behavioral technician with his arms in the air, begging police not to fire just before a North Miami cop shot him.

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