Cops Who Raped A Woman Supposedly Just ‘Goofing Around’

NYPD Rape

If you are drunk, and concerned about your well being, I guess, do not under any circumstances call the police. Because they might rape you. I’m sorry. They might “goof off on the job.”

The New York Daily News reports:

A furious fashion exec faced down two city cops she says raped her and, in graphic detail, described yesterday how one of them violated her while the other acted as a lookout.
By turns defiant and tearful, the 29-year-old woman said they took advantage of her drunken state to launch a sexual assault so savage and so sudden it left her with a bruised cervix.
“I couldn’t believe two police officers that had been called to help me had instead raped me and left me in a pool of vomit in my bed – to die…”

Later she confronted her attacker (Moreno) and made a tape in which:

Moreno admits “it was only me” after she asks him repeatedly if they both raped her. She also got the cop to say, “Yes, yes I did,” when she asked if he wore a condom.

However, the police officers continue to deny that anything went awry.

The NY Post (Via Jezebel) reports that:

In arguments already rejected by the trial judge, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Gregory Carro, Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata are insisting that to properly win a conviction on official misconduct, prosecutors had to prove that the cops received a benefit, such as cash or a free meal, in return for being derelict of duty.

Yes, it was derelict of duty for Moreno and Mata to return three times to the East Village apartment of a drunken, 27-year-old fashion exec, but the two were acquitted of collecting the “benefit” of rape and burglary…No rape, no burglary, no benefit — and so no official misconduct, their lawyers argue.

“By statute, it’s not a crime,” for the two to have merely “hung out” at the woman’s apartment, Mandery said. “At worst, it’s goofing off on the job — an administrative matter.”

JESUS CHRIST.

 

Pic via TNYF/WENN.com

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    • Lerie

      This world is moving backwards.

    • Natalie Ugarte

      WTF?!?! Oh, justice…

    • LoveyDovey

      DAFUQ?!!?

    • meteor_echo

      And this is why I absolutely loathe police. They’re the same in every single country.

    • LCT

      I’m…just…wow. There are no words.

      A law enforcement officer breaking the law isn’t dereliction of duty???

    • catch 22, of a sort

      they weren’t convicted of the rape apparently so that’s why they can’t be convicted of derelict of duty for raping someone. Officialy, by legal verdict, they did not rape her. Wether they did or not and why they were acquitted if they did, we really don’t know, but you can’t be punished for doing something on duty that the trial says you didn’t do.