Subject: Re: Do What the Nice Officer Says, ep. 1005
On Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 4:17:38 PM UTC-7, Clave wrote:
> Two New York City Police Department cops were indicted on
> Friday for first-degree rape after being accused of forcing
> an 18-year-old woman into having sex while she was in their
> In. Their. Custody.
> The incident occurred inside a police van following the
> woman's arrest for possession of marijuana and an anti-
> anxiety drug at Bath Beach in Brooklyn.
> According to the young woman, Officers Eddie Martins and
> Richard Hall drove her to the parking lot of a Chipotle on
> Sept. 15 where they raped her and forced her to perform
> oral sex.
> Further details from varied sources, all easy to find.
A weekly tabloid, distributed free, said what?
> - The woman was handcuffed at the time.
> - After the cops returned her to her friend and removed her cuffs (that's
> right, they UN-ARRESTED her and threatened her to keep her mouth shut)
Allegedly. “That’s right,” allegedly. You seem surprised at “un-arrested,” as though
it’s something unusual. Not only have I, as a police officer, used that penal code allowing
‘un-arrest;’ I, myself, when I was a biker, was “un-arrested.” It’s actually a useful
tool. (You effect an arrest; then get the suspect to flip on another. Like they just did trump’s
buddy, Manafort). You think the cops were stupid enough to leave their DNA in a rape victim?
> her friend took her to a hospital for a rape kit, which turned up DNA matches to
> both cops.
Your weekly tabloid, distributed free, said what? Funny; I didn’t see that in there.
Odd how the ER was able to make the DNA matches – that quick – without the
officers – and give that information to “her friends.”
Was this a Russian propaganda ad you got all this, “DNA” from?
> - The cops involved have both surrendered their badges and guns, and are on
> leave without pay.
“Offers placed on ‘modified duty.’”
“She was viciously, brutally raped in handcuffs….” yet unmarked.
“Justice needs to be served,” says the drug dealing girl, using a pseudonym.
“Mark Bederow, attorney for Martins, said, ‘The dynamic will change when there are court
Mind if we wait for that?