More CPD Problems and a Question
A civil lawsuit was filed Thursday regarding the arrests of CPD Officers Black, Hayes, Flagg and Jones. The plaintiff says:
- David Stewart alleged that the officers, Corey Flagg, Eural Black, Broderick Jones, Darek Hayes, as well as others, routinely burst through the door of a home on West 110th Street and demanded money.
Proving that the revolution can't some soon enough so that we can line up certain lawyers against the wall, the plaintiff's attorney says:
- "In civil RICO (Racketeer, Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act), you can get treble damages, meaning that for the money that he took from the family, they can be compensated three times of the value of the money that they took," Horowitz said.
EVEN THOUGH THE NEXT LINE OF THE ARTICLE STATES:
- Officers allegedly targeted the house because one of the occupants, Larry Wilkins, admitted he was involved in drug crimes."I was currently doing something wrong," Wilkins said.
Crooked cops? OK, throw the book at them - convict them and send them away. But a civil RICO lawsuit? For TREBLE DAMAGES? FOR DRUG MONEY? Excuse us? What? God help us if this lawyer adds the City on as a defendant to recover illegal stolen drug profits. Because if this lawyer think these guys are going to have a penny to their name after a trial for official corruption OR have a hope in hell of selling their story to Hollywood, he's nuts.