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Jan. 19, 2016
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He's pumping iron — and squeezing taxpayers for $40,000 a year.
An NYPD officer who retired with a disability pension now regularly participates in bodybuilding competitions — and pension rules permit it.
Derek Huebner retired on Aug. 31, 1996 after six years on the force, according to the New York City Police Pension Fund.
He receives $40,885.20, tax-free plus benefits, every year from the fund, which has come under scrutiny following reports in the Daily News.
"There's no law against it," Huebner said when asked about his receiving a disability pension while bodybuilding.