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Article posted May 09 2009, 2:27 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Associated Press Print

NYPD Called to Help Drunken Woman -- They Rape Her Instead

Prosecutors say one officer was the lookout for his partner during crime

NEW YORK - A New York police officer called to help a drunken woman get home safely instead raped her as she lay face down in her bed, semiconscious and covered in vomit while his partner acted as a lookout, prosecutors alleged Tuesday.

Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata were suspended from duty and pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of rape, burglary and official misconduct in the Dec. 6 incident in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan.

The two officers were held on $175,000 bail. Their attorneys disputed the woman's version of the events.

Moreno is "prepared to fight these charges every step of the way," said his attorney, Stephen Worth. Mata's attorney, Edward Mandery, said it wasn't a crime for his client to be seen at the location and believes the woman was so drunk she doesn't know what happened.

'A shocking aberration'

New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, who rarely speaks on pending cases involving officers because he may have to make internal decisions, called the allegations "disgraceful" and said he did not want the charges to tarnish the department's reputation for helping people.

"This is a shocking aberration in stark contrast to the outstanding work that the men and women of the New York City police department do every day on the streets of our city," Kelly said. "The public needs to know that the police are there to protect them. And I believe that they do."

The two officers were working the late shift in the 9th Precinct that night as the woman, identified as 27-year-old professional, was out drinking with friends at a bar in Brooklyn. Her blood alcohol was at least double the legal limit and possibly more, investigators said, when her friends put her in a taxi and told the driver to take her to her apartment in Manhattan.

When the driver got to her address, she was so drunk she couldn't get out of the taxi, so he called 911 for help, prosecutor said. Mata, 27, and Moreno, 41, responded within minutes. Surveillance tape shows them helping the woman into her building and leaving a few minutes later.

But the tape also shows the officers entering and leaving the building two more times, when they had been assigned to respond to other incidents in the precinct, prosecutors said. The officers were inside the building 17 minutes the first time they returned and 34 minutes the next time, prosecutors said.

Allegedly raped the woman

While they were in the apartment, Moreno, who has been a police officer for 18 years, raped the woman as she lay physically helpless on her bed, Morgenthau said. Mata acted as a lookout for Moreno, and "knew his partner was having sex with a semiconscious woman," but did nothing to stop it, Morgenthau said.

But it's not clear exactly when the assault took place, officials said.

The woman reported the incident to prosecutors the next morning and was treated at Beth Israel Hospital. The officers were stripped of their guns and badges after the allegations were made public earlier this year.

Moreno's attorney said the investigation took months because prosecutors were unsure about the case. "They had concerns, some questions about the accuracy of the complainant's version of what occurred," Worth said.

There was no DNA evidence recovered, but prosecutors said Moreno admitted he used a condom during the assault.

Both officers were indicted on first-degree rape charges, two counts of second-degree burglary for re-entering the apartment twice, and nine counts of official misconduct.

Family leaves in tears

Mata, who has been an officer for three years, also was indicted on charges of criminal facilitation and tampering with evidence for refusing to hand over his memo book used to record shift details and for not stopping the rape, prosecutors said.

Some of his family appeared in the courtroom and left in tears, refusing to speak to reporters.

Mandery, Mata's attorney, said there was no way the woman could say his client was an accomplice. "I don't think she could say that my client had done anything, even if you believe the allegations," Mata said.

During the investigation, a packet of heroin was found in Moreno's police locker, and he also was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, prosecutors said. Moreno has a wife and two children, and is just two years from retiring with a NYPD pension.

The officers face up to 25 years in prison on the most serious charges of rape.

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Posted: May 11 2009, 1:56 PM

In britain when the police (freemasons in uniform) get caught in some outrage requiring action this is subverted by doing their own enquiry (the warren commission US, hutton enquiry UK - the whitewash spindrome). In blighty they have several special departments for this, some secret though a public one called the ‘IPCC’ (independent police complaints commission being the newspeak title).

In dealing with a repetitive liar at the IPCC I had checked her previous investigations which were fairly contentious stuff as they involved police murders. I say previous, previous included trading under a different name. The company was previously called the PCA (police complaints authority) but when this was proven to be a fraud they renamed the outfit (for pubic consumption) whilst keeping the staff (the public are not supposed accept that / not notice).

A search on the net cached the first few lines of each of her enquiries, one thing that was notable was that the conclusions were always the same down to using the same words. Whether police or their virtual supraset of Interpol, the standard line was fed out to the public of ‘LESSONS LEARNT’.

Doublethink of course as the public tends not to be afforded the privilege of saying lessons learnt while sweeping all truth under the carpet to replaced with a template story. The technique can be formally traced to the training manual that Ms Windsor gave to the head of a company known as mexico shortly before all hell breaking out there, even the local hospital here asking those who feel ill at all who have been to Mexico to say away.

An extract from 1984 to put this (‘lessons learnt) in context:

<Winston thought for a moment, then pulled the speakwrite towards him and began dictating in Big Brother’s familiar style: a style at once military and pedantic, and, because of a trick of asking questions and then promptly answering them (‘What lessons do we learn from this fact, comrades? The lesson – which is also one of the fundamental principles of Ingsoc – that,’ etc., etc.), easy to imitate.>

Posted: May 11 2009, 2:18 PM

If you do what you do simply because other people do it and don't do something else simply because other people don't then this is the groupthink zombie that the 1984 manual is teaching the teachers to create. Another extract:

<Big Brother added a few remarks on the purity and singlemindedness of Comrade Ogilvy's life. He was a total abstainer and a non-smoker, had no recreations except a daily hour in the gymnasium, and had taken a vow of celibacy, believing marriage and the care of a family to be incompatible with the twenty-four-hour-a-say devotion to duty. He had no subjects of conversation except the principles of Ingsoc, and no aim in life except the defeat of the Eurasian enemy and the hunting-down of spies, saboteurs, thought-criminals, and traitors generally.>

If you read these snippets as a story you could end up seeing what is said as you are not what the words are really saying. Ogilvy was a construct, a person that didn't exist, an image, a national hero. In short an outright lie. In newspeak, a real person gets vapourised, they never existed.

If Ogilvy is you, homeland security itself a fiction factory is no doubt seeking the faithful. 1984 is a perception shift, the mirror that people are supposed to see as life when it is not.

As for reading stories the same applies to the thread and the reason I didn't read it. People do rape people but the story fits a pattern of manipulation, 'us and them', 'pro and anti', a war alsways needs sides.

Posted: May 11 2009, 8:06 PM

A cryptic write up about the book which is celebrated by tavistock (UK 10/05/2009 guardian=observer):

<I am just struggling with the last stages of this bloody book [which is] about the possible state of affairs if the atomic war isn't conclusive.">

and in practice:

<The holy grail of the biometrics industry is a scanning mechanism that is socially acceptable in an era of mass transit and 100 per cent accurate. Researchers are eager to produce 'non-contact' biometric systems that can check any individual's identity at a distance.>

'acceptable' in this context being a covert assault

Posted: May 12 2009, 12:10 PM

<I am just struggling with the last stages of this bloody book [which is] about the possible state of affairs if the atomic war isn't conclusive." - 'George Orwell'>

This is something that I think warrants some further explaination. The research for a super weapon to dispense with consent had a presentation in history with the nuclear weapons dropped on japan, some detonated and one to give the Russians a starting stock.

That attempts were made to engineer a nuclear war was programmed into all of us, the idea of conquering mankind once and for all in a final conflict built it many plans. Speaking to insiders at one time the nuclear weapon system carried by the raf once armed had to be dropped, couldn't be disarmed, I presume what Dr Strangelove was about. I was told by a number of crown employees the purpose of concorde though it is also published in a book. It could outrun the weapon systems of the day and was to be used for evacuation during the nuclear war as britain whose function was as an aircraft carrier was destroyed.

The nuclear war hasn't happened, 1984 is happening.
Shannon Clay

Posted: May 24 2009, 9:23 AM

7275 I disagree with the Officials in New York and over most of America. A good percentage of the Police have their way with us, whether it is lies to coverup mistakes or outright lies to cover their ass.
We should have a recording device carried by all Officials to keep them honest (video where possible). We The People are free, these people freely enter civil/political service and fall under our scrutiny. To the objection of Officials saying that they are to be trusted because of their position, Bah!.

Power Corrupts and Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely.

Man will always take advantage of the situation. All to often a man/woman will rescue a woman from distress only to have the opportunity of abusing her themselves.

Posted: Jun 19 2009, 12:57 AM


Posted: Oct 10 2009, 1:31 PM

69171 Sounds like a new script for Law and Order: SVU.
Robert T Brklje

Posted: Oct 10 2009, 11:05 PM

118210 One thing police forces around the world should definitely remember, when you prosecute your own, you do not damage you reputation, you enhance it. You publicly demonstrate your commitment to law, order and justice and, remind the general public of your willingness to investigate, pursue and prosecute criminals, whether they are in your own uniform or civilians. The least corrupt police force is the one that is the most willing to prosecute it\'s own and the opposite of course holds true as well.

Posted: Sep 08 2012, 11:17 PM

18456 This is a fairly biased article first off. I'm not taking a side in this dispute, but objectively it is very obviously biased.

Second off I was not there, so I can't make this claim for certain, but the officers may not be lying. This certainly would not be the first time a woman, sober or otherwise, called rape on an innocent man, and destroyed his life. People can be convicted regardless of their guiltiness. If this is overblown hysteria and falsification on the part of the woman, I would hate to see two people get their reputations irreparably tarnished for something they did not do.

I don't know, I guess I'm just saying, don't buy into this article without evidence or a proper inestigation.

Posted: Oct 05 2013, 10:45 AM

98254 Holy Cow!!!
Where are we living?
Nazi era Germany?


Posted: Jun 12 2014, 6:21 PM

5079 The NYPD fired two Manhattan cops Thursday just hours after they were acquitted of raping a helpless East Village woman.

Officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata were given the boot because the jury convicted them of official misconduct for going back to the woman's apartment three times without telling their superiors.

"The guilty verdict reached today involved a violation of the officer's oath of office and merits immediate termination," Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said. "Both officers will be terminated today."

Both cops face up to two years in prison on the misdemeanor charges when they are sentenced June 28.

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