In a Nov., 1, 2012 photo, Bal Harbour, Fla., Police Chief Thomas Hunker speaks the media after the village council met to discuss findings of a Justice Department audit that resulted in the suspension of the police department's lucrative forfeiture program. Hunker was fired following the Justice Department probe into its drug task force, which has been disbanded in the wake of the controversy. Among the investigation's findings were that more than $263,000 was improperly paid out of forfeiture funds for salaries and an American Express for travel expenses. (AP Photo/Miami Herald, Walter Michot)

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In a Nov., 1, 2012 photo, Bal Harbour, Fla., Police Chief Thomas Hunker speaks the media after the village council met to discuss findings of a Justice Department audit that resulted in the suspension of the police department's lucrative forfeiture program. Hunker was fired following the Justice Department probe into its drug task force, which has been disbanded in the wake of the controversy. Among the investigation's findings were that more than $263,000 was improperly paid out of forfeiture funds for salaries and an American Express for travel expenses. (AP Photo/Miami Herald, Walter Michot)
In a Nov., 1, 2012 photo, Bal Harbour, Fla., Police Chief Thomas Hunker speaks the media after the village council met to discuss findings of a Justice Department audit that resulted in the suspension of the police department's lucrative forfeiture program. Hunker was fired following the Justice Department probe into its drug task force, which has been disbanded in the wake of the controversy. Among the investigation's findings were that more than $263,000 was improperly paid out of forfeiture funds for salaries and an American Express for travel expenses. (AP Photo/Miami Herald, Walter Michot)
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