More “blue” blood spilled today in the War on Cops (UPDATED 3X)

If it weren’t bad enough that five police officers were murdered in Dallas last week…

Three officers were murdered, and one is fighting for his life as we speak. Continue reading


#NeverMarie (That’s kinda catchy, no?)

NeverMarieNorth Miami residents were shocked when former Councilwoman Marie Erlande Steril announced her decision to not to run for re-election last year.  It was assumed that she stepped down from her safely held seat because she was about to be fined (or jailed?) as a result of a highly publicized IRS audit of the city’s finances.

There was also speculation that she might be implicated in a $5 million dollar rigged city bid, as accused by former Mayor Andre Pierre’s nephew, Ricardo Brutus.

Despite these predictions, neither of which has as yet come to fruition, and despite her numerous ethical violations, she filed to run for State House District 108 last January.

No one should have been shocked since career politicians just can’t stand not being in office.

Apparently, Marie Steril just can’t stand Sunshine, either. Continue reading


Frantzie Watch: Ben Kuehne says what?

Unfair BlindsideWinston Churchill once said, “Lawyers occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing had happened.”

There’s a very good reason why there are hundreds of lawyer jokes, although legend has it that most of them are true stories.

Q: What’s the difference between a lawyer and a leech?
A: After you die, a leech stops sucking your blood.

In reality, while the vast majority of attorneys are good people who genuinely want to help their clients, there are far too many scum-sucking bottom feeders – like criminal lawyers – who ruin it for the the rest of them. Continue reading


North Miami Beach Police Department awarded “EXCELSIOR” Status for the second time in a row

June 2016 Commission Meeting“Excelsior” is a Latin adjective defined as “higher” or “loftier”, and is used in the English language as an interjection with a poetic meaning of “ever upward.”

On June 22, 2016, The Commission for Florida Law Enforcement, Inc. (CFA) awarded the North Miami Beach Police Department with “EXCELSIOR” status for the second time, which is the highest recognition the accreditation agency bestows. Continue reading


Chief Lenny, Born to Lose!

born loserAfter two months of patiently waiting, I finally got my hands on a copy of the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation’s Assessment Report of the North Miami Police Department.  As I previously reported, the Commission performed an on-site assessment of the police department from April 19 to April 21, 2016, which resulted in the FAILURE of the NMPD’s state recertification.

Former Police Chief Leonard Burgess publicized the “event” by issuing a press release announcing that “a team of assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA)” was coming to town on April 19, 2016 and will spend three days examining “all aspects of the North Miami Police Department’s policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services.”

Had the North Miami Police Department passed the test, Chief Lenny would have planned a huge staff party and called a press conference to announce what a great job he was doing. Continue reading

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