Join us for a FREE evening concert with Tito Puente Jr. & His Latin Jazz Ensemble in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month on Friday, September 15, 2017. Doors open at 7PM and concert begins at 8PM. There will be a cash bar and Latin food trucks. Tickets are FREE! Continue reading
Remember that time Evan Ross posted a double death threat on Facebook?
In case you missed it, on June 30, 2017 Ross posted that Julian Assange and Edward Snowden “deserve to meet their maker” and that he’d “be happy to pull the trigger.”
Mr. Assange replied to Evan by tweeting screenshots of his post and calling him a #tolerantliberal, after which Evan was treated to a much deserved bitch-slapping by Assange’s [YIKES!] 25,000 Twitter followers. Continue reading
We’re also old enough to remember when the police department was accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.
But that was back in the days before Chief Leonard Burgess was appointed as the head of the agency in 2014. That was the beginning of the end.
In a state of delusional paranoia, good ol’ Chief Lenny decided to punish the extremely competent Internal Affairs Sergeant Rafael Estrugo by replacing him with Sergeant Diana Roman.
We see how well that worked out.
A year later, the North Miami Police Department FAILED its accreditation assessment for the first time in its history.
And, yeah. That worked out well, too. Continue reading
As we all know, the Internal Affairs Disposition Panel charged with reviewing the complaint against North Miami Police Commander Emile Hollant allegedly quoted Black’s Law Dictionary to define “witness” (even though they got it wrong).
We thought we’d help them out with the definition of another word the police department seems to have trouble with … TRANSPARENCY.
According to Black’s, “transparency” is defined as, “A lack of any hidden agendas with all information being available.”
Well, isn’t that special? Continue reading
The more we review the “evidence” that North Miami Police Commander Emile Hollant is guilty of “Obstruction of a Law Enforcement Investigation by way of False Statements,” as charged by the Internal Affairs Disposition Panel, the more we’re convinced that he was set up.
Since we’re just scratching the surface, this blog post is just a preview – a teaser, if you will – of the actual evidence that will unequivocally prove that Commander Hollant was targeted as a scapegoat within days of the shooting of Mr. Charles Kinsey by Officer Jonathan Aledda.
Hold on to your hats, folks. What you’re about to read will blow you away! Continue reading
Ousted North Miami Police Chief Gary Eugene filed his civil rights lawsuit against his now former employer in the U.S. District Court on Thursday, July 6, 2017.
As you can imagine, this is a very big deal.
Not only did Chief Eugene name the City as a defendant, but he is also suing City Manager Larry Spring and Councilman Scott Galvin … personally.
And yeah, it’s definitely personal. Continue reading
Quite the opposite, in fact. The optics are terrible.
The Miami New Times must-read article, WikiLeaks Hits Miami Democratic Operative for Saying He’d Kill Snowden, Assange, reported that Evan Ross has incurred the wrath of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange “because someone sent the Australian computer programmer Facebook screencaps of Ross threatening to kill Assange and whistleblower Edward Snowden.” Continue reading
As inexplicable as last summer’s shooting of an unarmed black man by North Miami Police Officer Jonathan Aledda was, the ensuing Internal Affairs investigation of Commander Emile Hollant is even more mind-blowing.
While the shooter was relieved of duty with pay, the Commander was falsely accused of lying to investigators about his involvement in the incident, and immediately suspended without pay. While Hollant’s pay was eventually restored, he has yet been allowed to return to duty.
Meanwhile, the NMPD’s IA division opened its ridiculous investigation after Assistant Chief Larry Juriga and the now retired Major Trevor Shinn told Chief Gary Eugene that Hollant claimed he wasn’t even at the scene of the shooting. They also said that Aledda fired his weapon on Hollant’s command.
Although both of those allegations were complete fiction, once they were made they set in motion a series of events that have since destroyed the careers and reputations of two law dedicated enforcement officers.
Make no mistake, it was all by design. Continue reading
Just in time for tonight’s City Council meeting, WSVN’s Rosh Lowe broke the news at 11:00 this morning.
New- @NorthMiamiPD Chief Gary Eugene officially notifies city- he’s suing.
— Rosh Lowe (@rloweon7) June 27, 2017
— Lance Dixon (@LDixon_3) June 27, 2017
Fortunately, his comment was posted.
Unfortunately, we realized we had a slight problem on our hands.
Within minutes, the Webmaster unmasked the owners of the website. We tracked them to both North Miami and Wellington, Florida.
We immediately consulted our trademark lawyers to discuss the course of action we should take. Continue reading