Jimmy Sabatino, (right) who had taxpayer-provided lazy-eye surgery while locked up on fraud and theft charges, talks to his public defender, Stephanie Patton, before he was sentenced to five years as part of a plea deal, Tuesday, September 29, 2014
Jimmy Sabatino, (right) who had taxpayer-provided lazy-eye surgery while locked up on fraud and theft charges, talks to his public defender, Stephanie Patton, before he was sentenced to five years as part of a plea deal, Tuesday, September 29, 2014 Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Jimmy Sabatino, (right) who had taxpayer-provided lazy-eye surgery while locked up on fraud and theft charges, talks to his public defender, Stephanie Patton, before he was sentenced to five years as part of a plea deal, Tuesday, September 29, 2014 Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

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