ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND AUG 12-13 AND THEREAFTER - In this Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 photo, Andre Martin, second from left, sits with fellow Police Academy Graduates during the graduation ceremony in Miami. Though Martin didn’t realize it until almost a decade after the murder of a friend where his name appeared on the kill list, the deadly events of Feb. 3, 2004, set his law enforcement career in motion. Martin, a 26-year-old martial arts expert was part of the new graduating class of Miami-Dade police.
ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND AUG 12-13 AND THEREAFTER - In this Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 photo, Andre Martin, second from left, sits with fellow Police Academy Graduates during the graduation ceremony in Miami. Though Martin didn’t realize it until almost a decade after the murder of a friend where his name appeared on the kill list, the deadly events of Feb. 3, 2004, set his law enforcement career in motion. Martin, a 26-year-old martial arts expert was part of the new graduating class of Miami-Dade police. Miami Herald via AP Jose A. Iglesias
ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND AUG 12-13 AND THEREAFTER - In this Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 photo, Andre Martin, second from left, sits with fellow Police Academy Graduates during the graduation ceremony in Miami. Though Martin didn’t realize it until almost a decade after the murder of a friend where his name appeared on the kill list, the deadly events of Feb. 3, 2004, set his law enforcement career in motion. Martin, a 26-year-old martial arts expert was part of the new graduating class of Miami-Dade police. Miami Herald via AP Jose A. Iglesias

He escaped a classmate's hit-list. Now he's sworn police

August 13, 2017 12:02 AM

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