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Helmetta council mulls smartphone limits following cop video scandal
Following the resignation of a borough police officer after being caught on video making controversial statements about President Barack Obama, the borough council is considering new legislation that could make it harder for residents to use smartphones inside public buildings.
NJ cop resigns after saying on camera that Obama decimated the Constitution
A New Jersey police officer has resigned after he was caught on camera saying he didn't have to follow the Constitution because the president has decimated it.
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New Jersey officer probed for criticizing Obama
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Helmetta cop says if Obama doesn't follow the...
A borough police officer is the subject of an investigation after video surfaced of the officer telling a resident police don't follow the U.S. Constitution because President Obama doesn't either.
Not News in NJ: Cop Claims Police Don't Have to Follow Constitution Because Obama Doesn't
"Obama has decimated the freakin' Constitution, so I don't give a damn. If he doesn't follow the Constitution, we don't have to.