The Miami Mambo Fires new Police Chief
JUICE—In case you have been living under a rock for the past 60 years, politics in Miami, Florida, aka the “Miami Boogie Down,” is a little bit different than in most U.S. cities.
The predominantly Cuban-American political system in Miami-Dade County is filled with cronyism, nepotism, and a perceived degree of local corruption that those familiar with South Florida politics will tell you, is just part of the norm down in Miami.
Dictator Fidel Castro called it the “Miami Mafia,” a nickname that is still quietly used by some outsiders to describe how Miami politics or “Arroz con Pollo” politics is so prevalent.
The City of Miami Commission has fired Police Chief Art Acevado just 6 months into his term.
Acevado, who was brought in by popular Mayor Francis Suarez, made considerable waves.
Miami City Manager Art Noriega stated this week that Acevado was suspended indefinitely and would be fired because the governing body and the Chief had grown “untenable.”
Acevado ruffled feathers by stepping on toes and getting rid of baggage he felt the police department carried.
It appears as if Acevado was fired because he was trying to clean up cronyism and alleged corruption in the department.
Wrong move. You don’t just come in and try to change the system in a few months. You need to become part of the system first and then try to clean it up.
It’s the Cafecito way of doing things in Miami. Dale!
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