How About Some Accountability

by | Feb 4, 2020

For cops that break the law and send innocent people to jail.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • reddit
  • LinkedIn
  • Buffer
Jason Arbeeny, a fourteen-year veteran of the NYPD, was convicted of planting crack on a innocent couple, but avoided jail yesterday with a teary apology. “I can’t look at myself in the mirror anymore,”

Arbeeny’s attorney blamed his action on the “enormous pressure” of arrest quotas.  It’s called flaking by the cops – planting drugs on innocent people to pump their arrest stats.

A former detective cooperating with prosecutors detailed in court the practice of “flaking,” or planting drugs on innocent people, which he admitted to doing in order to help a fellow officer whose buy-and-bust stats had been low. “As a detective, you still have a number to reach while you are in the narcotics division,” Stephen Anderson explained, admitting that “multiple times” he’d observed the practice of “taking someone who was seemingly not guilty of a crime and laying the drugs on them.” Asked about the damage inflicted on the victim, Anderson said, “It was something I was seeing a lot of, whether it was from supervisors or undercovers and even investigators,” and added callously, “It’s almost like you have no emotion with it, that they attach the bodies to it, they’re going to be out of jail tomorrow anyway; nothing is going to happen to them anyway.” Eight cops were busted in Brooklyn and Queens for such arrests, leading a federal judge to call out “widespread falsification” at the hands of the NYPD.

Cry me a river for these corrupt cops.

About Steven Woskow

Steve Woskow is an entrepreneur and was President of Agtech Products, Inc., a research and development company specializing in animal agriculture. He has a Ph.D. in Nutrition and Food Science from Iowa State University. He is retired and lives with his family in Northern Nevada.
6 Libooks011721lg

Related Articles

Related

Week of Action on Yemen

Week of Action on Yemen

Scott Horton and the Libertarian Party, among others, are whipping up support for a week of action to end US involvement in the Yemen War. And you can help. H.J. Res. 87 was introduced on May 31. The bill would "direct the removal of United States Armed Forces from...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This