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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Orlando nightclub task force meets for first time since Pulse shooting – Orlando Sentinel

Orlando nightclub task force meets for first time since Pulse shooting An Orlando city leaders first convened the Nightclubs Task Force in December, the group delved into research about venues that stayed open past 2 a.m. and how better lighting could deter crime downtown. But after the mass shooting at Pulse last month, the group’s focus is shifting to include Continue Reading...

Pair arrested in connection with prostitution ring – Orlando Sentinel

Pair arrested in connection with prostitution ring A Orlando man and his girlfriend were arrested in connection with an alleged human trafficking ring, a Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation official said. Christian Pena Fernandez, 30, and Rachel Gonzalez, 24, were booked into the Orange County Jail on Tuesday. Pena Fernandez is being held on no bond and Gonzalez, who was allegedly Continue Reading...

Bitcoin not money, Miami judge rules in dismissing laundering charges | Miami Herald

Bitcoin not money, Miami judge rules in dismissing laundering charges   A Miami-Dade judge ruled Monday that Bitcoin is not actually money, a decision hailed by proponents of the virtual currency that has become popular across the world. In a case closely watched in financial and tech circles, the judge threw out the felony charges against website designer Michell Espinoza, who Continue Reading...

State faces $50 million civil rights lawsuit over drunk driving cases – Orlando Sentinel

State faces $50 million civil rights lawsuit over drunk driving cases   Two Orlando attorneys today filed what they hope will become a $50 million class action lawsuit, accusing the state of Florida of violating the constitutional rights of drunk driving suspects. The suit, filed in Orlando federal court, names the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and Continue Reading...