Enrique “Rick” Torres sat at one of the long wood tables in his popular Harborview Market.
It was late afternoon and the store and eatery in the picturesque Black Rock neighborhood was mostly empty, but the smell of the breakfasts, lunches and coffee served earlier hung in the air.
As he discussed the amazing twists in Bridgeport’s mayoral race and their implications on his own candidacy, his gesticulations revealed the black power tattoo Torres, who is Cuban, got on his right forearm last year to “bind myself to the black struggle.”
He has power, alright — political power.
Passionate and peculiar, Torres …