Florida Roundup: Liberty City After The Mass Shooting

Aug 15, 2014

June's mass shooting in Liberty City is still under investigation. Seven people were injured and two died.
Credit Nadege Green / WLRN

On the Florida Roundup,  Florida lawmakers' redraw the state’s Congressional districts. It’s now up to a judge if it will be used in the fall’s elections.

One of the worst mass shootings in Miami's history has left residents of Liberty City looking for justice. But a culture of no-snitching is affecting the investigation.  One Miami leader describes the summer's shooting as domestic terrorism. How is the community healing? Is it helping police? We will explore how the neighborhood is coping after the shooting. 

The Panama Canal celebrates its 100th birthday, and a traveling exhibit  remembers the thousands of Haitian refugees at Guantanamo. And we remember Robin Williams on South Beach and T-K Records boss Henry Stone.

Our host Tom Hudson is joined by journalists Gary Fineout from the Associated Press, Patricia Mazzei, David Ovalle and Jacqueline Charles of the Miami Herald, and Nadege Green and Tim Padgett of WLRN.