Miami Pirate Agrees To FCC Consent Decree


NORTH MIAMI, FLA. — With Polynice Fabrice still brazenly sticking his middle finger at the FCC by ignoring its maximum forfeiture of $144,344 by continuing to periodically use the 90.1 MHz signal for the Haitian Creole “Radio Touche Douce,” the Enforcement Bureau has successfully entered into a Consent Decree with another pirate of South Florida’s FM airwaves. This, the FCC hopes, will resolve unauthorized broadcasts on two different frequencies on the kHz band.

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