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CBS4 I-TEAM SPECIAL #5 SPOTLIGHTS THREE NEW INVESTIGATIONS

Miami, Florida... The award winning CBS4 I-Team has been responsible for bringing South Florida viewers ground-breaking investigations that have uncovered a number of frauds, scandals, scams and hidden dangers.  On Sunday, June 20th at 6:30 PM, CBS4 News will present the fifth in an ongoing series of eye-opening half-hour specials, "The I-Team Investigates: A CBS4 News Special."  Hosted by two-time national Emmy award winner Antonio Mora and featuring special reports from I-Team reporters Jim Defede, Stephen Stock and David Sutta, the program once again breaks new ground with in-depth investigations that affect the South Florida community.
 
The Segments:
 
Beyond the Badge- Jim DeFede
 
DefedeCBS4 I-Team investigator Jim Defede examines how a senior Miami-Dade police official has allegedly used his connections with the mayor, police department and city hall to build a lucrative consulting business, representing some of South Florida's major developers. This story will chart the staggering rise of this police commander, who is now the subject of an ever growing criminal investigation.
David Sutta
David Sutta

It may be the most bizarre cemetery in all of South Florida. There are no headstones, memorials or flowers.   It's just a field of numbers identifying hundreds of people that died in Miami.  They died on our streets, or swimming along our beaches, and ended up at the county morgue.  After thwarting officials who often spend years trying to give the dead a name, they end up in this cemetery, just another number in the field.  The county's medical examiner is turning to technology to give names to these lost souls.
CBS4's Stephen Stock
Federal authorities recently traced a thrown away cell phone to connect a suspect to the attempted bombing of Times Square.  Now the ability to use simple cell phones to spy on people in real time has spread to the internet.  The  I-Team has discovered that there is little you can do other than throwing away your phone to stop someone from gaining your personal information simply by  using your cell phone.
 
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