The fine, upstanding citizen who “accidentally” attempted to murder a North Miami Beach Police Officer allegedly told his cellmate that he planned to finish the job once he was out on bond.
The lawyer of the man charged with multiple felonies said, “The informant is a convicted felon with no credibility to his name.”
Campaign Donor-slash-Criminal Lawyer Seth LaVey defended his gun-toting, violence-promoting “artistic” client by saying that the allegations are “‘preposterous’ due to the fact that Bandoo has been out on bond for nearly a month and nothing has occurred.”
Considering that Officer Lino Diaz was only cleared to go back to work last week, well … missed opportunities, maybe?
Fortunately, North Miami Beach Police Chief Dennis Scott isn’t taking any chances. He told the press, “In cases in which our officers are threatened, the Police Department takes extra steps to ensure their safety. Officer Diaz, like all of our officers, is an important member of our North Miami Beach Police family. We certainly hope that the Courts take the appropriate actions to protect all members of our community.”
“The Courts” are going to hear the prosecutor’s motion to revoke Bandoo’s bond on June 15th.
Let’s just hope the Judge takes these threats more seriously than the defendant’s attorney apparently does.
“Spreading the Wealth”