Miami-Dade Prosecutor Who Tried Convicting Carlos Miller Fired for Abusing Badge at Strip ClubPINAC
Feb. 21, 2013
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Ari Pregen, one of the the Miami-Dade prosecutor who tried to convict me last November, explaining to the jury that I had not acted like a real journalist when I was arrested covering the Occupy Miami eviction, was fired for repeatedly abusing the power of his badge at a local strip club.