Kevin Bove, a personal trainer in North Miami Beach, holds a sign in protest of John Rivera, president of Miami-Dade’s police union. Rivera claimed the county’s mayor wanted body cameras for police in order to gain favor with black voters.
Kevin Bove, a personal trainer in North Miami Beach, holds a sign in protest of John Rivera, president of Miami-Dade’s police union. Rivera claimed the county’s mayor wanted body cameras for police in order to gain favor with black voters. DOUGLAS HANKS Miami Herald
Kevin Bove, a personal trainer in North Miami Beach, holds a sign in protest of John Rivera, president of Miami-Dade’s police union. Rivera claimed the county’s mayor wanted body cameras for police in order to gain favor with black voters. DOUGLAS HANKS Miami Herald

Police union chief links body-camera push to black votes, sparks protest

June 18, 2015 04:50 PM

UPDATED June 18, 2015 05:36 PM

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