Miami Police Threaten to Arrest Man for Making Public Records Request at Miami City HallBy Carlos Miller
Sep. 16, 2013
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Tuesday’s debacle where we were detained by Hialeah police for making a simple public records request was not the only time Joel Chandler was confronted by police for making a public records request during his visit to South Florida this week.
The following day, he was confronted by a pair of plainclothes Miami police officers who threw him out of Miami City Hall for attempting to talk to the city clerk or city attorney over a public records issue.