Over at Cato’s Police Misconduct web site, we have identified the worst case for the month of January. It was the case from Suffolk County, New York, involving now former police officer, Scott Greene. He was convicted of repeated instances...Show More Summary
Suffolk County Community College has just granted a religious accommodation to vegan student Danielle Parpounas—who was initially ignored when she asked that the school waive her participation in a... The post Vegan Student Wins Right Not to Pay for Meaty Meals on Religious Grounds appeared first on PETA.
A spokesman for the Suffolk County district attorney says Sean Ludwick was apprehended by federal authorities in Puerto Rico
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The investigation is widening into Suffolk County’s disgraced, porn-loving ex-police chief, James Burke — with a federal grand jury now probing whether the county’s top corruption prosecutor covered up for Burke, sources tell The Post. Federal prosecutors are trying to stand up obstruction of justice charges against the ethics big, Suffolk County DA Division Chief...
Disgraced Suffolk County Police Chief James Burke maintained a stiff — and naked – upper lip in Long Island Federal Court on Wednesday.
A trial date was set Wednesday in the case of the former Suffolk County police chief ?accused of covering up his beat?ing of a junkie ?who was in custody for stealing sex toys and porn ?the cop boss? had in his SUV. James Burke was busted on civil-rights and obstruction charges Dec. 9 for pummeling...
Could this be the dirtiest cop in America? When the chief of the police department in New York’s Suffolk County heard in 2012 that the addict who had broken into his SUV and stolen a canvas bag stuffed with his pornography and sex toys...Show More Summary
A recent case in Suffolk County may have made it more difficult to prosecute driving while intoxicated by drugs, a violation of Vehicle and Traffic Law Section 1192(4), also called DWI Drugs. In New York like other states, just as it...Show More Summary
A Suffolk County judge granted a motion Thursday to delay the double-murder trial for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. According to an ESPN.com report, Hernandez was scheduled to begin trial Jan. 19. That date will now be used as a status hearing, where new dates for the trial will likely be set. Show More Summary
Suffolk County Community College recently made its $100 campus dining plan mandatory—and although the school allows students to opt out for medical or religious reasons, administrators have ignored vegan... The post Vegan Student’s Crusade for Religious Meal Waiver Gains Backing From PETA appeared first on PETA.
The former chief of the Suffolk County Police Department will remain behind bars, as a judge has refused to grant him bail. U.S. District Judge Leonard Wexler said of James Burke, "The corruption of an entire department by this defendant is shocking." [ more › ]
Disgraced Suffolk County Police Chief James Burke will remain federal inmate No. 87450-053 for the foreseeable future.
Ten sets of human remains have been found spread over an isolated stretch of Gilgo Beach, about 40 miles east of New York City, since Suffolk County police began their investigation in December 2010. Suffolk County authorities said on Thursday they were dedicated to solving the case and had asked the FBI to play a more prominent role in the investigation.
Former Suffolk County Police Chief James Burke was arrested Wednesday on charges of taking revenge against a suspect who stole pornography, sex toys and other personal items from his SUV. The former police chief allegedly beat the suspect and threatened to kill him, then coerced his fellow officers to lie about the incident. Show More Summary
James Burke, the former police chief in Suffolk County, on Long Island, faced a judge Wednesday after being arrested in the morning for apparently attacking a suspect accused of stealing his stuff in 2012 — and then trying to cover it up. Burke, who resigned in October as the investigation... More »
Former Suffolk County, New York, police chief James Burke is facing federal civil rights and conspiracy charges after a 2012 incident in which he allegedly brutalized a prisoner suspected of stealing from his squad car and instructed officers to lie about it. Show More Summary
The former head of the Suffolk County Police Department was indicted today for violating the rights of a handcuffed robbery suspect. The suspect had broken into and removed items from ex-Police Chief James Burke's Suffolk County car, and Burke is accused of attacking him in an interrogation. Show More Summary
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Assistant Director-in-Charge said that US Federal Court indicted former Suffolk County police chief James Burke on charges of conspiracy and violating civil rights.
The former Suffolk County Police Chief of Department was arrested for allegedly assaulting a petty thief, then orchestrating a coverup.