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Saturday, August 12, 2023


On Thursday Miami-Dade Police Officer Andres Perez III was arrested for punching his wife in the head with a closed fist. Perez was charged with battery, given a piddly $1,000 bond that he paid, and is not in jail. 

How injured is she? Is she safe? Why is this about him and not them?
Does she matter?
Praying for both.
Hopefully they are both receiving what they need during this time. 

Oh check this. From an article on Perez punching his wife:

...Miami-Dade Police Interim Director Stephanie Daniels said it was “disheartening” to learn that one of her officers was arrested following a domestic violence incident. “Police Officers are held to a higher standard; this type of behavior will not be tolerated,” Daniels said. “Any actions that may hinder the public’s confidence in law enforcement is unacceptable” Daniels did not confirm whether Perez would be disciplined or terminated.... 

Really? The Miami-Dade Police Director that she's standing IN FOR just got into a domestic SHOOTING incident with his wife, and that's WHY Stephanie Daniels IS interim. Do her high standard words apply to Miami-Dade Police Director Alfredo "Freddy" Ramirez as well? No article or even opinion piece has dared to say that Director Ramirez should be held accountable for (allegedly) brandishing a weapon in public and putting it in his mouth, lying about that in collaboration with his wife Jody to the officers who responded /risked their lives, pulling rank when confronted by officers, my observation - a little slurry when proclaiming to responding officers that he's police director, almost surely driving while intoxicated, and lying to investigators after the fact - hindering an investigation. 

SIDENOTE: News agencies are using that Perez threw a McDonalds hamburger at his wife in the title of their articles as click bait, and because of this the comments where the articles are posted on social media are followed by mostly jokes and word play about the burger - not about that a punch to the side of the head like the punch she recieved, could have killed her. 

Domestic violence is a crime,
not a personal or personnel matter,
and never a joke.

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