Miamians are asking how a convicted murderer got the security clearance to run a facility that pumps 50 million gallons of fuel into airliners every month at Miami International Airport. The Miami Herald reports that Richard Caride, a former Hialeah, Fl., officer involved in the 1985 murders of a popular nightclub owner and his girlfriend, managed the airport's fuel farm and had access to the most restricted parts of the airport. Miami prosecutor Katherine Fernández Rundle says . . .
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