Monday, November 21, 2005

Two Police Officers Arrested On Sex Abuse Charges

To protect and serve doesn't involve wearing a condom.

Uniformed officers Charles McGeean, 37, and Fernand Clerge, 38, stopped the 35-year-old woman's car at about 3:10 a.m. in the Bushwick section and accompanied her to her apartment, according to police spokeswoman Sgt. Geraldine Falcon. The woman called 911 at 4:49 a.m. to report that they had sexually abused her there, police said.

I'm not going to jump the gun and proclaim the two officers guilty cause we all know that women, sometimes, exaggerate the truth in order to justify their own actions. Plus, in today's world, there is money in doing just that.
But one most also admit that our police force is not always a heroic and justice-serving institution. Actually, sometimes, it resembles the Mafia or a lynch mob.

Ever wonder why most of us feel a sense of dread when we see a police officer? Aren't we supposed to feel safe with them around?
Then again, you can't sneeze in someone's apartment without getting sued for not having a tissue. There's been plenty of instances of people claiming fraudelent charges in the hope of making some easy cash.

Who do we believe in this case? No one. I believe no one. It's a shame that as a society not one group of people haven't tarnished their image past the point of redemption and recieving the benefit of the doubt.


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