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Michael Pizzi's Law Office Ablaze!


That blue-eyed Mayor and talk show host, Michael Pizzi, found out late last night that his Miami Lakes law office was mysteriously ablaze.

According to a spokesman from Miami Lakes interviewed by CBS4, the police suspect possible arson.

Michael claims he "will not be deterred."

Sheesh, first Barton G., now Michael's office -- why all the fires all of a sudden?

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  1. Deterred from what?

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  2. Hope he backed up.

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  3. Barton G? isn't he a flamer anyway?

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  4. HA! A novel twist, even by Miami standards! Burn all the records you think the feds will seize pursuant to the search warrant you expect them to serve in a week, in an "arson."

    I love Miami

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  5. I hear that the Town Council members are calling the conflagration "suspicious". What a wealth of interpretations can be inferred from that!

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  6. Pizzi's profile on the Bierman, Shohat, Loewy, and Klein website notes that Mike was born in 1983, and became a member of the bar in 1996. Will someone please notify Ripley and Guiness?

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  14. Deterred from what?-Yeah!That was not really clear for me either. Some clarifications would really help understand your point better! That just an opinion anyway! Thanks!

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