In the crosshairs of crime
MARACAY, Venezuela -- It's more a fortress than a house, with razor-sharp spikes and eight strands of electric wire topping the fences. And you could cover a Super Bowl with the number of security cameras ringing the immaculate three-story home.
"You know you have to be careful where you can," said the home's owner, Alex Gonzalez, the Florida Marlins shortstop.
If a man's home is truly his castle, then the only thing missing from Gonzalez's spired domicile is a moat. Still, in the ...
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