Florida Keys News - Key West Citizen
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Murder-for-hire suspect lobbied for port of entry

A marina manager and former Coast Guard station commander charged in a murder-for-hire scheme was lobbying hard for Marathon to become a port of entry, a fact that has raised eyebrows because the scheme reportedly emerged from what began as a drug-smuggling investigation.

While Dennis Zecca, 51, faces no drug charges, FBI Agent Patricia Thompson testified at his detention...

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