Our take: This was not an isolated incident. By the former ASA's own words, he had been flashing his badge at the club to avoid the door charge for years.
@Davidovalle305 has been tweeting all the details in the re-trial of the murder of Miami Officer Victor Estefan. Apparently there are issues galore in the slow moving trial.
We're about to get some new neighbors.
A developer is submitting plans to raze the Mahi Shrine (Motto: "Nobody knows what we do, and we like it like that") and create a 9 acre river walk area with 440 residential units a "big box retail building" with two towers and a lush waterscape with riverside restaurants. WOW! Table for two with a view of the freighter with the stolen bikes bound for Haiti please.
From the earthshaking Herald article:
River Landing, in a still-gritty location next to Miami-Dade County’s criminal justice center and the Jackson Memorial Hospital health district, does not aim to compete with the high-end retail and chic environs of the Design District and CityCentre projects.
Defense attorneys lost half of the parking spots of the first row in an unprecedented power grab by the Dade Department of Health.
No news on lawsuits, protests, or any response by the defense bar to this distressing turn of events.
OUR COURTHOUSE IS GOING TO THE DOGS
So reports the Random Pixels blog. And they have a video to prove it.
See you in court. Hopefully there will be a parking spot for us when we return to the states