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A few miles from Mar-a-Lago, white supremacists set up headquarters

A few miles from Mar-a-Lago, white supremacists set up headquarters

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelJan 20, 2021 at 10:44 amAs the drumbeat of white supremacists grew louder in America, three men quietly formed a new extremist group, planting their flag in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach.Whites, the group’s website says, are genetically superior in “civilization building” and “should always have the majority of power and influence in the nations founded and built by our European ancestors.”AdvertisementThe Sovereign American Project began recruiting in August and was flagged to the FBI in recent days.The group’s leaders envision an America...

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January 20, 2021
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DeSantis spokesman Piccolo deletes his Twitter account after tweet about COVID-19 victims

DeSantis spokesman Piccolo deletes his Twitter account after tweet about COVID-19 victims

AdvertisementBy Orlando SentinelDec 24, 2020 at 4:23 pmFred Piccolo, spokesman for Gov. Ron DeSantis, deactivated his Twitter account Wednesday after he tweeted in the middle of night that photos of each dead COVID-19 victim should be balanced with 99 photos of people who survive the disease.In response to a Reuters photo gallery on COVID-19, Piccolo wrote, “I’m wondering since 99% [of] Covid patients survive shouldn’t you have 99 photos of survivors for every one fatality? Otherwise you’re just trying to create a narrative that is not reality.”AdvertisementAccording to screenshots captured...

December 24, 2020
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COVID-19 data whistleblower could face up to 5 years in prison if charged with cybercrime

COVID-19 data whistleblower could face up to 5 years in prison if charged with cybercrime

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelDec 09, 2020 at 7:02 pmThe state law used to justify at the home of a COVID-19 whistleblower suspected of accessing a Florida emergency messaging system without permission carries a stiff penalty: Up to five years in prison.That means Rebekah Jones, the Florida Department of Health data scientist fired in May for alleged insubordination, may be in significant legal peril should prosecutors decide to press third-degree felony charges.Advertisement“If they get her on the third degree she could get up to five years.” said Aldo Leiva, an attorney with...

December 9, 2020
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Climate change blamed for fall’s super floods in South Florida

Climate change blamed for fall’s super floods in South Florida

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelNov 10, 2020 at 1:03 pmTropical Storm Eta’s record-breaking deluge may be part of a pattern of more intense rains and higher tides that have turned late fall in South Florida into a season of super floods.A new study from climate researchers at the University of Miami adds to the evidence that humans —and their greenhouse gas emissions — are largely to blame.AdvertisementThe study looked at the relationship between sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean and rainfall in South Florida. It argues that greenhouse gas emissions from humans are...

November 10, 2020
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Thousands of felons allowed to vote despite confusion over Florida law

Thousands of felons allowed to vote despite confusion over Florida law

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun SentinelOct 30, 2020 at 7:11 pmFelons across Florida are being allowed to vote, despite a court case that raised questions about their right.In an email Thursday, the state elections office gave local supervisors new directives allowing tens of thousands of felons in Florida to cast ballots.AdvertisementRon Labasky, general counsel of the Florida Supervisors of Elections, instructed that felons registered after Sept. 11 had a right to vote, despite an appellate court ruling that found they need to fulfil all conditions of their sentence, including paying...

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October 30, 2020
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Disinformation targets Latino voters in South Florida

Disinformation targets Latino voters in South Florida

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun SentinelOct 20, 2020 at 7:30 amAt 10 p.m. one day in October, the raspy, high pitched voice of Cuban radio journalist Maria Laria welcomed a woman she identified as an elections official to her popular late night radio show.“Absentee voting ...” began Beatriz Perez, Laria’s guest. "What you’re doing is throwing your ballot into a tomb. What assurance do you have that your ballot is getting counted? There is so much, .”AdvertisementWhether that speaker was an actual elections worker is open to question. A spokeswoman for the Miami-Dade elections department...

October 20, 2020
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Fort Lauderdale man accused of making threat to kill Trump, complaining about his COVID-19 response

Fort Lauderdale man accused of making threat to kill Trump, complaining about his COVID-19 response

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelJul 30, 2020 at 3:15 pmA Fort Lauderdale man faces charges of threatening to kill the president after he texted that he wanted to open Donald Trump’s skull “like the cantaloupe that it is,” authorities say.Cesar Saiz, 57, could get up to five years in federal prison because of the threats he made over the text message exchange, officials say.AdvertisementSaiz sent the messages on the evening of July 18, telling an acquaintance that the only way to fix the country was to assassinate Trump, according to court records. “Take the demon down,” Saiz...

July 30, 2020
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