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By John P. Contini

ISBN-10: 0977317404

ISBN-13: 9780977317400

Danger street chronicles the great precise tale of 3 drug purchasers who have been brutally murdered in 1983 on possibility street within the Florida Everglades. Lured right into a phony drug deal every one sufferer was hoping will be his great retirement rating, they allegedly came upon themselves on the company finish of a gun wielded by means of a Miami-Dade police officer. yet police and prosecutors say Officer Gilbert Fernandez, Jr. and his workforce were not there to arrest the drug buyers. They have been there to execute them and scouse borrow their 8 pounds of cocaine. the tale information the transformation of Fernandez, a former Mr. Florida bodybuilding champion and black-belt karate teacher, who through many bills became his existence round through the intervening years among the 1983 murders and his triple-murder indictment in 1990. the guy as soon as named " Miami 's Meanest Cop" not abused and intimidated detainees like he did while he was once a police officer; he had turn into a loving father who lived to transform humans to his newfound...

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The jury was out on whether I had killed too many brain cells that night. With any luck, I had at least a few left. That bartender was right; I was going to need them. Chapter 2 Birth and Death It was now July 4, 1990, three days after my first child, a beautiful little girl named Kathleen, was born. I couldn't have been more proud. I felt like I was the first man ever to become a father. I must have made 50 calls from the pay phone in the lobby of Baptist Hospital in Miami, just before running almost as many laps around the hospital.

Dr. Michael Brannon Forensic Psychologist “Wow!! I just finished DANGER ROAD. I could not put it down…” Stephanie O'Neal Christian Television Network Reading DANGER ROAD made me feel like I was actually inside the investigation, the courtroom and the minds of the people involved in the crime. Anita Mitchell Senior Editor Liberty Press Publishing I see inmate Gil Fernandez on a regular basis. Other inmates respect him, prison guards respect him. We are spiritual brothers, me on the outside, Gil on the inside.

Suddenly, the front cover of Kathleen's newspaper didn't bother me at all. _______________ I met the Fernandez family again the next day, only this time on my turf. My office was located on the 15th floor of the 110 Tower, across the street from the Broward County courthouse. My official digs were located just above my favorite satellite office: the sidewalk coffee shop. I showed deference to Gil's father by letting him have my burgundy tufted-leather desk chair. He liked that. As the family patriarch, I knew he would appreciate the gesture of respect.

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