‘It was a nightmare,’ said Frank Zambrana, who became an FBI informant after, he says, city officials repeatedly tried to shake him down. He said Luis Santiago, city commissioner, ‘kept telling me that things were different in Opa-locka. They want money.’
‘It was a nightmare,’ said Frank Zambrana, who became an FBI informant after, he says, city officials repeatedly tried to shake him down. He said Luis Santiago, city commissioner, ‘kept telling me that things were different in Opa-locka. They want money.’ Castaneda
‘It was a nightmare,’ said Frank Zambrana, who became an FBI informant after, he says, city officials repeatedly tried to shake him down. He said Luis Santiago, city commissioner, ‘kept telling me that things were different in Opa-locka. They want money.’ Castaneda

Turning code violations into payoffs, the Opa-locka way

December 03, 2016 7:00 AM