Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring and let police ban customers from the store.
Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring and let police ban customers from the store. Bernard Bradley
Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring and let police ban customers from the store. Bernard Bradley

‘You don’t like big brother?’ Overtown shop owner sues after city demands 24/7 surveillance

May 19, 2017 06:51 PM

UPDATED May 19, 2017 07:42 PM

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