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 he was the ringleader of a conspiracy that stole jet fuel and bilked the airport through kickbacks, bogus invoices, and . . .
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