"A Fake History of Miami"
The Meredith Labelle Retirement Home was a quiet community establishment in Miami, Florida where the elderly resided until they finally died.
The tranquility of the home was disrupted on July 7th, 1972 when the Coral Gables Police Department responded to reports of a rape on the premises. Witnesses were questioned and evidence was collected, but the case went unsolved.
As a safety precaution, the home was monitored by 24 hour police surveillance in hopes that the rapist would return to the scene of the crime and rape again.
During the daily stakeouts officers began to notice that visits to the home by supposed family members were becoming increasingly suspicious.
Captain William Taft recruited the department's eldest officer, Detective Donald Wilkinson, to infiltrate the home as a mole to gather undercover intelligence.
Once enrolled in the home, Wilkinson quickly discovered that most of the elderly residents were cooking meth in the building's basement and distributing QP's on the regular to a militant group of illegal Cuban immigrants known as "Fuerza de Asalto, or "Strike Force."
Further evidence of the home's illegal activities was decoded by specialists assigned to the case.
On August 24th, federal agents assembled an elite tactical squad and raided the Meredith Labelle Retirement Home. Prepared for shit to go down, and quite through with being alive in any case, the old timers had peppered the premises with a series of improvised explosive devices.