Philly Cop Filmed Punching Small Woman In Face At Puerto Rican Day Parade Gets Job Back With Full Back PayChris | InformationLiberation
Aug. 14, 2013
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Remember Police Lt. Jonathan Josey, the philly cop who decked a small woman in the face because he wrongly thought she threw beer at him? A few months ago we reported how a judge in a non-jury trial found him not guilty of simple assault after he told the judge he didn't mean to punch the woman in the face, 'he was only trying to knock a beer out of her hand.'
Anyone who watched the video can see that is a blatant lie, but the costumed criminals who run Philadelphia couldn't give a damn about producing justice, the only people they "serve" is themselves, so the judge felt entirely comfortable giving the public the finger and pardoning a fellow gang member.
Yesterday, another member of the same criminal class bestowed with the title of "arbitrator" ordered the cop get his job back -- with full back pay. In other words, punching a small woman in the face in a violent unprovoked attack netted the officer a year's paid vacation.
Josey apparently feels god himself helped him get his job back.
Josey put out the following message on his Facebook in response to the win:The woman he "served" up a knuckle sandwich to, Aida Guzman, said in reacting to the ruling, "I don't feel happy. I feel real, real sick. I don't know what to say."
Clearly, god abandoned her in favor of Josey... Either that, or the criminals who run Philly and think they are God chose to defend one of their fellow criminals over a lowly pleb tax-slave they rule over, I'm not sure which is the case...
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