posted on Dec, 3 2013 @ 08:30 AM
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Are you serious? The photo that you are looking at is his arrest photo. Meaning he was arrested. Meaning there is some cop out there that acted
against one of "his or her own," as you put it.
The woman reported the alleged attack to police later the same day, and Neal was arrested on Saturday, police said. He was released on $20,000
Read more: www.nydailynews.com...
The woman made the report that same day and the dirty cop was arrested that same week it sounds like.
So, if the "I dont know anything, I didnt see anything" posture is so rampant, as you claim, why was a police report even written. How can a police
report be made if the officer didn't hear or see anything?
Why was the officer arrested and charged for this heinous crime if his coworkers refused to hear a complaint against their officer?
The truth is you are always going to be against the police whether they handle a situation appropriately or not.
Consensual sex, wtf is he talking about? This was rape you freak.
What he is saying is that a police officer cannot have consensual sex while he is on duty so whatever sex he or she has while on duty is obviously
Right, it kinda works like this: "hey lady, if you testify against me, I'll kill you".
It makes you wonder after the current accusations against the officer but you really have no idea what the facts are.
The statute of limitations in most states, for a crime such as rape, never expire. I wouldn't be surprised if his department or the state's attorney
didn't have a conversation with the previous victim in an effort to get her to cooperate in his prosecution for that crime as well.
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Dec 3 2013 by DontTreadOnMe because: (no reason given)