If you haven't read Judge Ana Gardiner's transcript, you should. It says more about Broward County corruption than anything I could ever write. And it's clear that Gardiner has lied under oath and should be investigated and ultimately criminally charged for doing so. The Florida Supr ... More >>
The dashboard thing on the New Times' archaic blogging system shows me sites that link to the Pulp and one yesterday was the Florida, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Democratic Caucus. They ran the You Have the Right To Remain Absolutely Fabulous post in its entirety -- only with one major d ... More >>
The sheriff is selling out the public. Do you give a darn?
Broward's top prosecutor loves to protect corrupt public officials. He just struck again.
A new court ruling will make it harder to sit on corruption cases
Frank Lee Smith appealed for mercy. No one listened.
Richard Scheff still can't get the story of the Frank Lee Smith case straight -- and he doesn't seem to care
This one is big
The state need not look far when investigating the murder of a Broward deputy. But it will have to look deep.
The case against accused cop-killer Keith King was so weak, he's already out of prison. So why did BSO ignore evidence pointing to Keith Maddox?
Blast from the Past
Letters for August 9, 2001
It's clear the BSO's Richard Scheff lied under oath. So why isn't he charged with perjury?
Ken Jenne's department helped convict the wrong man. Why won't he and Jeb Bush admit it?
After a severely flawed trial, Michael Rivera was convicted of killing a little girl. New DNA evidence may help him.
Our new, improved column ponders a Sun-Sentinel screwup.