You know things are really bad when Hialeah cops are exposing corruption. Here's David Ovalle's story on three Medley cops fired after they wrongly accused a driver of DUI to cover for an officer who crashed his car into the innocent motorist's mini-van.
If you have a moment scroll down to the weekend post and watch the video on USA Today's investigation into prosecutorial misconduct.
George McGovern died Sunday. The man most associated with the peace movement of the 1960's-1970's and the call for immediate withdrawal of all US armed forces from Vietnam was a World War II hero. McGovern flew over 30 combat missions as a pilot in the B24-Liberator in Europe and was awarded the distinguished flying cross after safely landing his plane on an island in the Adriatic after it had been hit. The year after his trouncing in the 1972 election where he received all of 17 electoral votes after a disastrous misadventure in naming Missouri senator Thomas Eagleton as his running mate only to find out Eagelton had received shock therapy for depression, McGovern remarked in a speech "Ever since I was a small boy I wanted to run for president in the worst way. And I did."
Windows 8 sucks. But then. all Microsoft products stink.
Enjoy your week. See You in court.