Two teenage boys are in a car chase with a reckless, sexually perverted Polk County sheriff’s deputy. The boys crash, killing Miles White, 16. But the sheriff’s office does not investigate its deputy’s involvement. Why?
(August 31, 2008)
Related documents:

Miles White's parents' lawsuit over the 16-year-old's death could hinge on a tape. The FDLE says an investigator admitted his opinion that a Polk deputy caused the fatal crash could change. The investigator, however, says that's not the case. (July 6, 2011)
(July 6, 2011)
Experts look at photos of a crash that killed a teen. Their conclusion disagrees with the official report. (October 24, 2008)
They embraced in the courthouse, marking an ending and a beginning: Adam Jacoby, the driver of a car that crashed six years ago, hugged the father of his 16-year-old passenger who was killed.
(November 1, 2008)
A Times Editorial:
(November 2, 2008)
Gov. Charlie Crist has asked the state to reopen an investigation into a 2002 car crash that killed a Polk County teenager.
(January 23, 2009)

A Polk deputy's 2002 car chase ended in a crash that killed 16-year-old Miles White and eventually prompted an FDLE investigation.
(April 14, 2010)
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