While Miami-Dade commissioners met inside, visitors to the public square outside County Hall on Monday saw the county police department’s armored vehicle parked outside during the first day of deploying a new counter-terrorism force that has alarmed civil-liberties advocates.
While Miami-Dade commissioners met inside, visitors to the public square outside County Hall on Monday saw the county police department’s armored vehicle parked outside during the first day of deploying a new counter-terrorism force that has alarmed civil-liberties advocates. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS
While Miami-Dade commissioners met inside, visitors to the public square outside County Hall on Monday saw the county police department’s armored vehicle parked outside during the first day of deploying a new counter-terrorism force that has alarmed civil-liberties advocates. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS

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