5 Police officers risk getting life in prison

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#1 Posted by The_Last_Ride (76371 posts) -

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

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Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

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#2 Posted by commander (14205 posts) -

@The_Last_Ride said:

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

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Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

death penalty

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#3 Posted by indzman (27735 posts) -

I wonder what airshocker got to say regarding this =P

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#4 Posted by ad1x2 (6646 posts) -

@indzman: What makes you think he would defend their actions just because they were police officers?

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#5 Posted by dave123321 (35333 posts) -

Yeah, airs not one to judge people just because of their profession.

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#6 Posted by indzman (27735 posts) -

@ad1x2 said:

@indzman: What makes you think he would defend their actions just because they were police officers?

I never said air would defend nor blame , just wanted to hear his opinion on this matter as he is a cop himself.

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#7 Posted by always_explicit (3379 posts) -

@evildead6789 said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

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Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

death penalty

Trust me a prison sentence for an ex police officer is far worse.

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#8 Posted by chaoscougar1 (37597 posts) -

@always_explicit said:

@evildead6789 said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

Link

Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

death penalty

Trust me a prison sentence for an ex police officer is far worse.

Why?

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#9 Posted by indzman (27735 posts) -

@chaoscougar1 said:

@always_explicit said:

@evildead6789 said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

Link

Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

death penalty

Trust me a prison sentence for an ex police officer is far worse.

Why?

In the same pen with the convicts you previously captured ? as in Tango and Cash =P

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#10 Posted by always_explicit (3379 posts) -

@chaoscougar1 said:

@always_explicit said:

@evildead6789 said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

Link

Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

death penalty

Trust me a prison sentence for an ex police officer is far worse.

Why?

My father spent some time in her majesty's pleasure if you must know.

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#11 Posted by airshocker (31700 posts) -

If these cops did this then they should rot in prison.

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#12 Edited by chaoscougar1 (37597 posts) -
@always_explicit said:

@chaoscougar1 said:

@always_explicit said:

@evildead6789 said:

@The_Last_Ride said:

6 police officers are charged with robbing, assaulting and various other charges. Five of these police officers are facing to get life in prison.

Link

Warren Layre, another alleged victim, told the Inquirer the cops kicked in his teeth and beat him with a steel bar during a warrantless raid in 2011. The indictment shows Liciardello reported only $7,000 of the $41,158 they took from Layre's machine shop.

One alleged incident, almost cartoonish in its violence, involved a pizza, a PalmPilot, and a high-rise balcony:

They include a November 2007 incident involving a drug suspect identified in court filings only as "M.C." Encountering the man outside his City Avenue apartment, Betts dragged him inside and shoved him against the wall as the others beat him and asked him to point them to money or drugs, the indictment said.

Walker told authorities that Liciardello ordered him and his partner, Norman, to do whatever it took to get a password to the man's PalmPilot, so Norman hoisted him over an 18th-floor balcony until he gave in.

Other officers stole more than $8,000 in personal property and ordered a pizza while they waited with money found in the man's house, prosecutors said.

death penalty

Trust me a prison sentence for an ex police officer is far worse.

Why?

My father spent some time in her majesty's pleasure if you must know.

...I still don't
I'll assume he was either a cop, prison guard or a...resident

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#13 Posted by always_explicit (3379 posts) -

@chaoscougar1 ...resident unfortunately.

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#14 Posted by lamprey263 (34504 posts) -

good, they obviously deserve it, few down, countless more to go

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#15 Posted by chaoscougar1 (37597 posts) -

@always_explicit said:

@chaoscougar1 ...resident unfortunately.

Sorry to hear that mate
Guess we can trust you

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#16 Posted by always_explicit (3379 posts) -

@chaoscougar1 said:

@always_explicit said:

@chaoscougar1 ...resident unfortunately.

Sorry to hear that mate

Guess we can trust you

No need to apologise. Its possible to learn from the mistakes of others before you make them yourself haha.

Well his stories are reasonably concise but then again he certainly isnt the most trustworthy character either :P

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#17 Posted by JimB (1568 posts) -

If you do the crime then you do the time.

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#18 Posted by BranKetra (51726 posts) -

Life in prison

It must be terrible.

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#19 Posted by The_Last_Ride (76371 posts) -

@lamprey263 said:

good, they obviously deserve it, few down, countless more to go

The only reason they got taken down was because they stole from the police itself, people that have shot unarmed people. Even the guy that was unarmed breaking up a fight got choked to death. Police didn't do squat to them