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Feb 18 2013

One Day for False Arrest

Some were appalled when crooked NYC cop Diego Palacios received a four-day sentence for deliberately arresting an innocent man. Turns out he only served one day:

Palacios was imprisoned after the Thursday afternoon hearing, in which he admitted to filing a false police report that claimed Sheepshead Bay resident John Hockenjos attempted to run the officer over with his car. That four-day sentence meant that Palacios would have been a free man again on Sunday.

But the sweetheart deal for a man who nearly put an innocent man in jail for seven years got even sweeter for Palacios: state law requires that inmates scheduled for discharge on a weekend should be freed on Friday.

Palacios spent the night in jail, and was freed the next day.

That’s the same punishment you would get on the Andy Griffith Show if Barney Fife brought you in for drinking too much.

Meanwhile, Hockenjos worries about retribution. He might think about moving to a different precinct — or a different part of the country.

On a tip from Sean C.

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  • Tax Slave

    At least he wasn’t shot by a cop looking for another rogue cop, like the 5 people shot out in LA by morons looking for Dorner.

  • IslandLifer

    Just goes to show how being a crook really pays off in today’s warped society. 10 to 1 he slept on a king size inflateable with a hooker and ate lobster and steak. Protect those who make and break the law. Punish those who try to live by them. I feel like I’m living in Tim Burton movie and it never ends.

  • http://EVER! grayjohn

    Fired? How about fired, stripped of all degrees, diplomas, licenses, permits, awards, ANYTHING to do with education, and banned for life from setting foot on any school, in any state, for the remainder of her contaminated, progressive life. Firing isn’t enough, these people need to be destroyed and never allowed to practice their chosen trade again.

  • Skyfall

    …meanwhile, the guy that made that stupid anti-Mohammed movie is, as far as I know, still in jail.

  • Mr Evilwrench

    grayjohn, I think your needle skipped a thread.

  • AZRon

    Yeah, we can’t have this prick locked up. After all, some of us serfs might get all uppity and remember the US as a Constitutional Republic.

    I’m not ready to go Red Dawn, but I’m feeling The Longest Yard (1974) with a Dio soundtrack.

    The American Revolution was started because of governmental oppression. Now, even the people that WE elect into office are too chickenshit to ignore PC treason.

    Eliminate all laws not enumerated in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Revisit the issue in 25 years and see if we’re better or worse.

  • Flu-Bird

    Blackman beats whiteman to death and gets only THREE DAYS in JAIL he realy needs to be HANGED instead

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