Commissioner Frank Carollo Pleads No Contest To Ethics Violation

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Miami City Commissioner Frank Carollo pleads no contest and agrees to pay a $2,404 penalty for calling the police chief during a traffic stop.

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    What kind of Banana Republic is this city. Should have taken the ticket like an honest person and contested it in court if he thought he did not deserve it. Bunch of Buttfrenchers in the City of Miami.

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    Four people involved in stop - Carollo, chief, commander and officer. Which one do you think reported him to the ethics commission?

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