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A Brooklyn police officer trying to make extra money to buy a house pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy charges, admitting his central role in a smuggling case that involved guns, cigarettes and slot machines.
Officer William Masso, 48, could face roughly five to six years in prison at a June 15 sentencing. He was the first among a dozen individuals to enter a plea that negates the need for a trial in the case that was built over the past two years. Others charged include three retired New York Police Department officers and a New Jersey correction officer.
"He's a broken man," his la
Originally posted by revolutionphase1
& these are the people enforcing the law....
Check out what happened to a cop on my side of town
sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com...edit on 6-2-2012 by revolutionphase1 because: (no reason given)
All I ask is keep it in perspective..