Police Chief Told Cops to Arrest Random Black People to Boost Stats

Former Biscayne Park Police Chief Raimundo Atesiano at a commission meeting in 2013, claiming the village’s burglaries were all solved. Prosecutors say he framed an innocent teen to clear the cases. (Miami Herald)

Biscayne Park (WTFF) A former police chief and two officers have been charged with falsely pinning four burglaries on a teenager just to impress village leaders with a perfect crime-solving record. Full Story »

Pro-Trump UNF Freshmen Act like Monkeys to Mock Black Students

North Florida is mostly known for shootouts, meth, and inbreeding. Positive traits such as social science, compassion, and intelligence are hardly ever found there. North Florida is also known for its rampant racism, because the further north you go here, the deeper in the south you are.

So, when two freshmen students at UNF berated a group of people exercising their constitutional right to free speech, they were simply marking their territory and verifying this stereotype.
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Florida Man calls 12-year-old boy the n-word, punches out his teeth; is not arrested

Brittany Graham was at work when she received a FaceTime call from her 12-year-old son Malikai, showing how his two front teeth had been knocked out by a 27-year-old man he said called him the “n-word.” The man, Vincent Cefalo, 27, of Port Charlotte, has not been arrested, but the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office has turned the case over to the State Attorney with a request to charge Malikai with assault.

Graham said her son has to go down Cefalo’s road each day to get home from school because of the detour from Midway Boulevard. Around 4 p.m. Wednesday, Cefalo was drinking beer on his porch when her son and a few other kids were walking home.

“He told the ‘n– children’ to get off of his street,” she said.

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