Cop Karate Chops NY Judge In The ThroatChris | InformationLiberation
Jun. 06, 2012
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A New York judge got his comeuppance after he happened upon an "unruly crowd" of citizens outraged over a team of police officers engaged in apparent police abuse.
The judge thought the crowd was out of control and the "officers may need help," so he called 911 and told them the cops needed backup.
A few minutes later, one of the cops reportedly "became enraged -- and the judge became his target."
After screaming curses at the crowd, the cop walked up to the judge, who was in plain clothes at the time, and for whatever reason, decided to karate chop him in the throat.
Via The New York Times:
Thomas D. Raffaele, a 69-year-old justice of the New York State Supreme Court, encountered a chaotic scene while walking down a Queens street with a friend: Two uniformed police officers stood over a shirtless man lying facedown on the pavement. The man’s hands were cuffed behind his back and he was screaming. A crowd jeered at the officers.Perhaps the judge should have joined the "unruly" crowd rather than rush to call for more goon-squads in uniform.
Hopefully, it's a lesson learned.
Update: Cop Who Karate Chopped NY Judge In Throat Gets Off Scot-Free
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