Broward News

Morning Juice: Flamboyant Lawyer Suddenly Scarce; Ted Ginn Turns on the Jets

Scariest Halloween weekend ever -- especially if you invested with Scott Rothstein.

  • The self-proclaimed Jewish Avenger is overseas while rumors swirl about whether he's cheated investors. Kudos to Bob Norman for working on Sunday to get the scoop. [Daily Pulp]
  • Prostitution, drugs, and a slew of other charges at Platinum Showgirls in Boynton Beach, which was raided on Friday by police following a four-month investigative sting. Three owners posted bond, but they now face a tough criminal defense. [Palm Beach Post]
  • They thought they'd caught the horse-slaughterers who terrorized South Florida, but not judging by the one that was carved up in Homestead. [NBC 6]
  • The Dolphins own the Jets. What a game! Back-to-back kickoff returns for the suddenly electrifying Ted Ginn. [NFL.com]


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Thomas Francis