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    NYPD Officer Facing Federal Charges Of Conspiring To Import And Distribute Cocaine
    An NYPD officer has been arrested and accused of conspiring to import and distribute cocaine.


    Officer Amaury Abreu was supposed to be upholding the law while he worked at the 113th Precinct, but instead federal prosecutors say he was breaking it by allegedly helping a multinational drug operation import and distribute cocaine in New York, CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported Monday.


    The feds say from January 2016 until October this year, 34-year-old Abreu, of Hauppauge, used his policing expertise to help a multinational drug ring stay one step ahead of the law.


    While other alleged members of the operation distributed the cocaine after it arrived in New York, Abreu, while assigned to the 113th Precinct in Queens, allegedly provided them with law enforcement intel, including a head’s up on warrant checks involving members of the group.


    Prosecutors say he was in regular contact with high-ranking members of the unidentified drug organization, even traveling to the Dominican Republic to meet with them.


    In January 2016, Abreu allegedly reached out to the group’s leadership saying, “Today, I’m going to find out the thing I couldn’t yesterday because there were too many people at the office.”


    Prosecutors say drug enforcement agents have seized more than 350 kilos of cocaine from the organization.


    “By joining forces with his co-conspirators, Abreu has allegedly committed serious crimes, disgraced his NYPD badge and betrayed the public trust, as well as fellow members of law enforcement who put their lives on the line to interdict drugs that endanger our communities,” Acting U.S. Attorney Seth Ducharme said.


    Added NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, “There is no place for corruption in the NYPD and it will always be prosecuted fully.”


    Abreu, a nine-year veteran of the force, was arrested at his home on Monday morning and arraigned in the afternoon. He pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.


    Three of his alleged co-conspirators are also under arrest.

    Source; CBS New York
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    This is the problem with drug laws, it corrupts law enforcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Dummy View Post
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    NYPD Officer Facing Federal Charges Of Conspiring To Import And Distribute Cocaine
    An NYPD officer has been arrested and accused of conspiring to import and distribute cocaine.


    Officer Amaury Abreu was supposed to be upholding the law while he worked at the 113th Precinct, but instead federal prosecutors say he was breaking it by allegedly helping a multinational drug operation import and distribute cocaine in New York, CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported Monday.


    The feds say from January 2016 until October this year, 34-year-old Abreu, of Hauppauge, used his policing expertise to help a multinational drug ring stay one step ahead of the law.


    While other alleged members of the operation distributed the cocaine after it arrived in New York, Abreu, while assigned to the 113th Precinct in Queens, allegedly provided them with law enforcement intel, including a head’s up on warrant checks involving members of the group.


    Prosecutors say he was in regular contact with high-ranking members of the unidentified drug organization, even traveling to the Dominican Republic to meet with them.


    In January 2016, Abreu allegedly reached out to the group’s leadership saying, “Today, I’m going to find out the thing I couldn’t yesterday because there were too many people at the office.”


    Prosecutors say drug enforcement agents have seized more than 350 kilos of cocaine from the organization.


    “By joining forces with his co-conspirators, Abreu has allegedly committed serious crimes, disgraced his NYPD badge and betrayed the public trust, as well as fellow members of law enforcement who put their lives on the line to interdict drugs that endanger our communities,” Acting U.S. Attorney Seth Ducharme said.


    Added NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, “There is no place for corruption in the NYPD and it will always be prosecuted fully.”


    Abreu, a nine-year veteran of the force, was arrested at his home on Monday morning and arraigned in the afternoon. He pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.


    Three of his alleged co-conspirators are also under arrest.

    Source; CBS New York



    Sounds CIA ish doesn't it? Also another example of how prohibition fails this nation again and again and again .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillofbeans View Post
    This is the problem with drug laws, it corrupts law enforcement.
    And Bill Clinton's perjury conviction was caused by the laws against perjury. A police officer in our county was arrested by his agency, prosecuted for burglary, and sentenced to prison. The problem wasn't the officer it was the laws against burglary. Legalize burglary, like they have for BLM, and bingo, no more burglars. Another officer in our county was arrested and convicted for raping a foster child. And what caused the crime? Well, the law against raping children, of course. An NYPD detective was arrested in Denver for signing on to do a contract killing. The problem is those pesky laws against murder. And, when I lived a Florida, a rural sheriff was arrested for running a prostitution ring out of an old motel. It wasn't greed that got him in trouble. Oh, no. It was the law.

    Liberals, no matter what, never ever hold the criminal responsible for his actions. It's the fault of the law, it's the fault of the victim, it's the fault of the police officers.

    This cop wanted money but he also wanted to "be somebody important". He got to travel to the Domincan Republic to get laid and to meet the "big guys". He was somebody. With proper prosecution, he will be a number.

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