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(Miami Herald)   Bringing in an ounce of cocaine for your 4th grade science fair project? In Florida, it just might work   ( divider line
    More: Florida, science fairs, Miami, 4th grade, Miami-Dade Police, Miami-Dade, perfect fourth  
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2013-01-29 10:54:43 PM  
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Emma's mother, Michelle Bartelt, said the experiment was conducted at police facilities and under constant supervision. She said her daughter did not touch the cocaine, and she never had any concerns about the experiment.

No cocaine was brought on campus. Wait...You mean the Fark headline was misleading?
2013-01-29 09:10:46 PM  
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NFA: Yet again proving police are above the law.

I hardly call three detectives doing mandatory police dog training with three ounces of coke while their daughter takes notes with a stopwatch "above the law". Drug sniffing isn't a bicycle. You don't train the dogs once and let it slide. You have to constantly reinforce like these cops were doing with the two ounces of coke. It's not like they let the daughter wander off with the ounce of coke they brought. They even returned the half ounce of coke to vault when they were done.
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2013-01-29 08:33:23 PM  
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Yet again proving police are above the law.
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