The shit's hitting the fan over at the City of South Miami PD!
The details are sketchy at the moment, so bear with us. Here's what we've heard so far, City of South Miami police chief Orlando Martinez de Castro ordered a subordinate to impound a car illegally. When the subordinate refused, the Chief grabbed him and some sort of altercation broke out. From what we're told the subordinate told the Chief to back off of him otherwise he'd write him up. From what we're told there were three police witnesses to the altercation as well as the car owner, we're also told the Chief Martinez de Castro is doing everything he can to keep this incident quiet and under wraps.
WHOOPS! I guess the chief's efforts to keep this incident quiet were not very effective! I'm waiting for my sources within the City of South Miami PD to get me the details of this altercation, I'll update as soon as I have more information. If indeed this altercation did happen, it's going to be the end of the line for the Chief and perhaps he won't be around long enough to go through a public hearing at the Miami Dade Ethics Commission to answer for his alleged ethics violations. On another note, I know we've had a lot of City of South Miami content lately, don't fret though, I'm working on a huge story where I'll detail step by step how to swindle Miami Dade county out of nearly ten million dollars. Trust me, this one is brilliant and just another example of how the tax payers keep getting screwed over and over again.
I read a story in the Miami Herald on October 7, 2008 regarding a mortgage fraud case that didn't make any sense to me, I did a little digging and what I found left me stunned. A tale of a task force head whose political ambitions have run amuck, a detective without a modicum of common sense, a reporter that prints anything that's put in front of him, the railroading of an attorney by this machine to further the ambitions of its head and the lengths that those involved will go to in order to salvage a case that should have never been. Please take the time to start from the oldest post first and enjoy...