The City of Miami may have a new police chief, but taxpayers are still paying for the old one.
A Miami small business owner is taking steps to sue the city of Miami after his cigar store is dragged through the mud in the Chief Miguel Exposito City Commission hearing. Jorge Salazar said prior to the hearing his store was a popular hangout for cops, with 30-40 coming through each day.
The Miami City Commission has voted 3-2 to terminate Miguel Exposito’s tenure as the Miami Police Chief. The vote came after more than 19 hours of debate over Exposito’s decision to demote officers in direct conflict with an order from Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez.
A marathon meeting that was supposed to end with a decision on the fate of suspended Miami police chief Miguel Exposito instead ended without any action early Saturday morning, after Miami commissioners decided after 15 hours of testimony and maneuvering, they were too tired to take action. Their decision could possibly violate Miami’s charter.
Friday’s Miami Commission meeting turned into a marathon event, clocking in at 15 hours…and counting.At midnight, commissioners were still in deep discussions the fate of suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito.
The Miami Commission meeting over the future of suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito was showing no signs of getting closer to a conclusion Friday afternoon when things became even more surreal than people were expecting.
Judge Barbara Areces denied a motion from suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito to stop two Miami commissioners from voting on whether he should keep his job or be fired.
The City of Miami is looking for a new police chief as the suspended top cop fights to keep his job, but this search started long before Miguel Exposito’s suspension.
Days before the Miami Commission convenes to discuss the future of Miguel Exposito, the city’s suspended police chief has filed a suit to stop two of its members from having a vote.
The strange saga of Miami’s embattled police chief has taken another strange turn. Facing possible firing as early as next Tuesday, the Chief has sent a letter to the man who will make that decision, demanding protection as a whistleblower.