Armando Hernandez

(Source: CBS4)

Miami Beach City Manager Denies Claim That He Shutdown Club Madonna Over Bribe & Liquor License

Saturday is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. but, every year in the U.S. hundreds of thousands of people are forced into slavery and trafficked. In Florida it happens more than we might think. According to the Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking, Florida is considered a human trafficking hub.

01/11/2014

Armando Hernandez was beaten and tied up in his Opa-locka shop. (Source: Jorge Hernandez)

Family Pleads For Help After Savage Beating Of Opa-locka Businessman

The wife and nephew of a well-known Opa-locka businessman are pleading for the public’s help after he was found hog-tied and beaten inside the automotive store that he has operated for 32 years.

CBS4–05/10/2013

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