“The review of the cases comes on the heels of news that one of Atesiano’s former officers, Guillermo Ravelo, pleaded guilty in federal court to framing two black men: one for a pair of home burglaries, another for a string of car break-ins. The added scrutiny also comes weeks after the Miami Herald published a story detailing internal records that suggested officers were pushed to arrest black people to clear burglaries in an effort to impress community leaders.”

"The review of the cases comes on the heels of news that one of Atesiano’s former officers, Guillermo Ravelo, pleaded guilty in federal court to framing two black men: one for a pair of home burglaries, another for a string of car break-ins. The added scrutiny also comes weeks after the Miami Herald published a story detailing internal records that suggested officers were pushed to arrest black people to clear burglaries in an effort to impress community leaders."

Miami-Dade prosecutors to review arrests in small town accused of framing innocent people

The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office announced it will review all arrests that were made in Biscayne Park during the tenure of former Chief Raimundo Atesiano, who is accused of framing a black teenager.
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