Jorge Ramon Hernandez, a working-class guy from Hialeah, Florida, once had a bright future.

He graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Miami and joined the Army after the 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States. He served in Iraq and Afghanistan, working as an Arabic translator as part of an intelligence unit.

But after suffering a back injury in the military, he returned home to Miami and never quite put his life back on track.

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Political prisoners prior to the 1972 Trelew Massacre, which say the death of 16 prisoners and the attempted killings of three other inmates at an Argentine naval base (Public domain)

For years, a former Argentine naval officer was living in a $1 million waterfront home with a pool and dock in the Sans Souci Estates neighborhood of North Miami.

At 7 a.m. Friday, U.S. Marshals Service deputies knocked on his door and took him into custody to send him back to Argentina over a massacre he's accused of leading nearly 50 years ago.

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Sebastian Ballestas for the Miami Herald

A despondent military veteran — slated for eviction because of complaints about his service dogs, Roxie and Ranger — was shot to death after police say he pointed a gun at officers on Monday afternoon near Homestead.

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U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jason Douglas.

It was Christmas night, and former Army Ranger Fernando Duarte had just won a prize while playing the slot machines at the Miccosukee Resort & Casino, his family said.

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