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CRESPOGRAM REPORT

JUNE 15, 2012

HE WAS DONE IN BY AN HONEST ELECTION
ARMANDO LOSES BIGTIME

Armando Aguilar, President of the Miami Police Department’s Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 20, suffered a stunning defeat earlier Friday afternoon, loosing his year-long campaign to become the Florida State President of the Fraternal Order of Police.


The vote was 268 - 176.


Aguilar, who along with current Police Chief Manny Orosa were implicated in the Leonardo Mercardo murder case, and whose close friendship with current Mayor Tomas Regalado has rankled many members of the local Lodge because of the way in which the Regalado administration repaid that friendship by screwing over the department at almost every opportunity, has been campaigning like he was a shoo-in for the job.


The news of Aguilar’s loss will now probably make many rank and file members of the department unhappy because had he won he had promised to resign as the local’s President.


Many in the department considered an Aguilar win as a Miami PD win, and a State FOP loss.


Now, the topic of discussion at roll call will be whether Aguilar will resign the presidency like he promised, or will he continue to hang on?


Among those bound to be most curious as to the answer to that question will be Javier Ortiz, current FOP Vice President, who hast been dreaming of becoming president for a while now.


There is no loss of irony in Aguilar’s election loss because during the years that he has been President of Lodge 20, the Lodge’s elections were considered rigged, and the word coming from the FOP State Convention is that this election was run honestly. 


Imagine, Armando Aguilar lost an honest election.


You know it didn’t happen in Miami, Bitches!

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