Gentlemen and ladies, please hold your
If the well‐known, vinyl era rock bands Bad Company and Blind Faith had merged to form a super group, then the hypothetical new band might have been called Bad Faith, which would satisfy Plaintiff’s burden to obtain the spoliation sanctions he seeks. Or the imagined musical group could have chosen to combine the precursor bands’ names and called itself Blind Company. That could be a colorful, hyperbolic yet somewhat accurate description of how Plaintiff portrays Defendant Miami‐Dade County’s (the “County”) handling of his written request to preserve video surveillance footage of his arrest ‐‐ the focal point of this case ‐‐ and the circumstances leading up to his detention.Oy veh gott im himmel!
I give the Good Judge Goodman serious props for creativity and knowledge of supergroup rock history.
(BTW, I'm partial to Beck, Bogert & Appice.)
Keep digging, Judge!
(Second BTW -- if you think you've had a bad time at MIA recently, read the allegations of what happened to Jason.)