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    Alf let me have nancys number

  2. #12
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    Another nut with a gun.

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    Man threatens to shoot up his family and state Attorneys office. Daughters reports incident to police and S/A/O. Katherine Rundale and MPD covers up allegations.
    Another example of “ see something say something “
    where family members are expressing safety concerns and they go ignore by law enforcement.
    Don’t point figures later on.

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    So what you are saying is a possible domestic violence incident or gun threats was turned into a “medical” incident and case closed???

    Must be nice

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    Alfonso is a no buddy without a uniform, gun and badge. Pretty so e Kathy Rundle will realize alfonso is a nut case

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    "Man threatens to shoot up his family and state Attorneys office. Daughters reports incident

    If true, that would make such allegation an Aggravated Assault, a third degree felony! Consequently, an arrest should have been made on the spot. Considering that Domestic Violence generally contributes 20% of all Homicides reported in Florida, Dade County and Miami, such arrest should have been a done deal! Apparently it was not; conversely and quite ironically, the SAO moved swiftly to arrest Officer Francisco Figueroa for assault, in spite the fact that no evidence is there to prove INTENT, the single most element in proving Assault, a Second Degree Misdemeanor. What a travesty of justice!

    FSS 784.021 Aggravated assault.—
    (1) An “aggravated assault” is an assault:
    (a) With a deadly weapon without intent to kill; or
    (b) With an intent to commit a felony.
    (2) Whoever commits an aggravated assault shall be guilty of a felony of the third degree,

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    Felony schmelony in Miami a crime is on the eyes of the beholder. The beholders be the screwed up organization that protects its circle

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    Read this Article and see if you see a cover up!

    Alfonso was picking up medication? For what? Could it be for mental heath, depression. Did it impair his judgment?
    State Attorney to protect him told him not to give a statement. Isn’t the state Attorney supposed to make a decision on the fact.
    Alfonso is head of the S/A human trafficking task force

    Cover up cover up!

    He better not kill his x wife or do something to their daughter.

    After work on Tuesday night, Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Investigator Jose Alfonso dropped by a Perrine pharmacy to pick up some medicine. As he walked out, Alfonso saw a masked robber dressed in black screaming and aiming a gun at the heads of three employees at the front check-out lane.

    A split-second later, the longtime policeman drew his gun, aimed carefully and opened fire. He struck the surprised gunman and saved the employees.

    “He was a hero at that moment,” police-union president John Rivera said one day after the attempted robbery. “He did not hesitate one second. He took action and because of him, those people are alive.”

    The wounded robber ran off and is believed to have checked himself into Jackson Memorial South, where he is being treated while awaiting criminal charges.

    Miami-Dade police detectives have not identified the suspect in the robbery, which happened at 7:30 p.m. at the CVS at 11503 Quail Roost Dr. The State Attorney’s Office declined to comment, or allow Alfonso to speak about the incident.
    Alfonso was a longtime City of Miami cop who was known for his work commanding the Little Havana neighborhood policing unit, heading internal affairs and investigating human traffickers. He retired from Miami in May after nearly three decades and joined the state as a sworn investigator.

    Alfonso, 51, now heads the state attorney’s human-trafficking investigations unit.

    Prosecutors, likely from another county, will have to determine whether Alfonso acted properly in discharging his service firearm. Florida law allows law-enforcement officers to shoot someone who poses an imminent threat to others.

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    “Prosecutors from another county” will have to look at this? Hmmmmm
    And why didn’t another county investigate the threats if true?

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    Yeah and who’s going to report that or complain ? MPD And the SAO are covering up the domestic issue. Only way this come to light if he actually kills someone, He has the F&F insurance protection Plan

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