- The arrests in the Bernardo Barrera mortgage case went down on Friday October 3, 2008, we previously discussed how unprofessional the conduct of the lead detective and the State Attorneys Office was regarding the way the arrests went down on several occasions. We also got the opinion of a Judge on another high profile case regarding white collar crimes and "SURRENDER". Tisk, Tisk.
- On October 7, 2008 a poorly written article appears in the Miami Herald regarding the Bernardo Barrera mortgage fraud arrests that seems to be based on an even more poorly written press release. I wonder where that press release came from, was it from Detective Baluja? Did it come from the MDPD Economic Crimes Department? Or did it come from the State Attorneys Office?
- Upon further investigation we learn that the Miami Herald article doesn't make sense or even add up correctly. HUH?
- The media goes quiet on this story, yet our blog is written about on several other internet blogs and on the New Times, once regarding Detective Baluja and a second time regarding Assistant State Attorney Kostrzewski.
The court agreed to let him leave the house and GO TO CHURCH! For my Besu fans out there, HAVE A HEART! I wonder how often Mr. Besu goes to church? I for one would go for at least 20 hours a day to get me out of the damn house!
That brings our blog to a close for 2009, considering all that we've learned during the last six months let's go and enjoy some New Years Eve festivities! I'll begin with the Straw Buyer fireworks display...
Happy New Year!!!