Cop Who Karate Chopped NY Judge In Throat Gets Off Scot-FreeChris | InformationLiberation
Aug. 24, 2012
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Remember the Judge who came upon an "unruly" crowd angry over police abusing a suspect and called 911 to "help" police get backup, only to be singled out himself by a raging cop who proceeded to assault him by chopping him in the throat? If you remember, he was a huge supporter of police, Ive always had profound respect for what they do, he told the New York Times. Turns out, now that he's the one in the victim's seat, he's had a change of heart. In fact, he says he's now "amazed" how multiple police lied about what took place, he says his beating and the ensuing cover-up is "really changing my view of the force."
Via The Huffington Post:
No criminal charges will be filed against an NYPD officer accused of violently striking a New York state Supreme Court justice in the throat in an unprovoked attack earlier this summer, the Queens district attorney said Wednesday.Watch the video report:
The question I have is how many times did this Judge side with police in his courtroom as the "credible" witnesses they clearly are not? Police constantly lie under oath, get caught, then face no penalty. As I wrote about the time I was called for jury duty, I was the only one who raised my hand when the Judge asked, "Would anyone be less likely, or more likely, to trust the testimony of a police officer by merit of his occupation?" Of course, I was kicked off the jury by the state's prosecutor as a result.
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