Here's a recap of what loyal readers learned this week -- and what sporatic readers may have missed:
- Michael Dippolito, the target in an alleged murder plot by a gold-digging wife, has a warrant for his arrest that dates to 1993 -- and it's active.
- The University of Tennessee is under investigation for recruiting violations, and it appears a matter of time till those investigators have a chat with Nu'Keese Richardson, the former Pahokee star who was kicked out of that school after just one year.
- Apparently inclined to add insult to injury, attorneys for Jeffrey Epstein earned a scolding from a federal magistrate based on their invasive questions of young women suing Epstein for sexually assaulting them.
- Broward Health Commissioner Joseph Cobo, currently under investigation for criminal corruption, was nevertheless named to the host committee for a Charlie Crist fundraiser next week in West Broward, only to have his name struck from that committee after Juice's report.
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On the same day that Florida Memorial University made the cover of New Times for its history of violent crime, that campus was rocked by a stabbing report at a frat party.