FBI Agent Who Assaulted Teenager & Played Victim Nearly Faints In Court As He's Convicted of AssaultCarlos Miller
Nov. 04, 2015
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Proving to be unstable, combative and petty, an FBI agent interjected himself in a family custodial dispute on behalf of his girlfriend and her estranged husband, who was two hours late in dropping off their baby.
But FBI Agent Gerald Rogeroís intrusive attempts at heroism led to him assaulting and threatening to shoot the 15-year-old son of the estranged husbandís girlfriend.
He then threatened the teenís mother with arrest when she tried to intervene.
The incident took place in Chevy Chase, Maryland on December 5, 2014 and was recorded on cell phone video, which is the only reason Rogero was convicted Friday for second-degree assault.
The conviction came as such a shock to the 20-year FBI veteran who serves as chief in the counterterrorism division because he had to be rushed by ambulance to the hospital after coming close to fainting.
The video shows he is a man oozing with entitlement who is accustomed to getting things his way, even if it means attacking and threatening teenagers.
Rogero was initially charged with three counts of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and use of a handgun in the commission of a felony but because the person recording the video did not have the sense to shoot in horizontal mode, he ended up cropping out most of the potential evidence that could be played before the jury.