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Miami Pirate Fine Progresses to Next Level

FCC says Antonio Robinson didn’t respond to the first notice

A $10,000 fine against Antonio Robinson for operating a pirate station in Miami has progressed to a forfeiture order.

The FCC said Robinson operated an unlicensed station on 105.5 MHz from his commercial suite in Miami.

The Miami Office of the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau issued a Notice of Apparent Liability to Robinson in May.

The office said Robinson has not responded to the notice, so the case has progressed to the next level. The commission affirmed the $10,000 fine; Robinson has 30 days to pay or the case may be turned over to the Justice Department for collection.


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