In the history of the Miami-Dade Police Department, this news one of the biggest hit to them. In the year 2015, the local cops, elected officials, and Rundle stood at a lectern and declared that then 15-year-old Deandre Charles had murdered Joseph Raksin. An important New York City Rabbi. Rundle exposes an utterly absurd witness-drawn sketch that looked more like a discarded Muppets character than a real human being. However the following year, prosecutors forced to admit Charles did not kill the rabbi. In a tense lawsuit filed in federal court last Thursday. The lawyer of Charles says they now have proof that both Rundle’s office and the detective involved. Possessed evidence hold by Michael Brajdic from the beginning that proved Charles innocence.
Still, they charged the teen anyway and cover his face on TV next to humiliating sketch that later went so viral. Then it became part of Kevin Hart comedy routine. In fact, the legal action alleges the county could have avoided ruining the life of an innocent 15-year-old boy. To label him a murderer. According to legal action, Brajdic, the police detective, had ample advice that a group of young men involved in the killing. Many times he was told that Charles was home with his family when the homicide occurred. As a matter of fact, the family of Charles now says that, mere days after the killing. A secret informer identified four men who were likely involved in the crime and tangentially knew Charles.
Furthermore, the police say they relied on cell-phone-tracking technology to link Charles to the murder scene. However, Charles did not have his phone on him that day. De Miles, Charles lawyer said that the evidence was in the detective’s possession and control the whole time. He thinks that the state attorney believed the detective, but the detective really dropped the ball. From December 2015 to November 2016, Charles ultimately sat in jail for 333 days. Charles was house arrest until January 2017.