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LI BRIEFS: OFFICER CHARGED IN DWI -- Police

There are 78 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 7, 2008, titled LI BRIEFS: OFFICER CHARGED IN DWI -- Police. In it, Newsday reports that:

A Malverne police officer was suspended without pay after his drunken driving arrest by Nassau police.

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Michael

Brooklyn, NY

#64 Apr 18, 2008
SO, you think that a cop doesn't automatically have a sense of being more truthful than a non-cop, or a defendant, be that in front of a jury or judge?

I may be thickheaded, but at least my head's not in the sand.
malverne cops SUC

New York, NY

#65 Apr 18, 2008
Bill1154 wrote:
I wonder how many in this forum have done the same, bunch of hypocrits.
They are the creatins of police society. I have know many people who have been given tickets by these mutts FOR ABSOLUTELY NO REASON...

My lot in life is to see a malverne cop in need of assistance. I would tell him to call one of his flatfoot buddies, oh wait he cant, its Gerald Ford's b'day and he may be off. Here is to hoping they need a civilian to assist them.....
Run262

Brentwood, NY

#66 Apr 18, 2008
Michael wrote:
SO, you think that a cop doesn't automatically have a sense of being more truthful than a non-cop, or a defendant, be that in front of a jury or judge?
I may be thickheaded, but at least my head's not in the sand.
Where is the truthful angel? You're grapsing at straws and innuendos.

Thousands of DWI cases work their way through the courts every year. A cop gets treated the same way as anyone else. I am happy he won't be fired for being charged with 2 lowly misdemeanors-the same legal consequemce of stealing a cake from 7-11.

As a paralegal all you seem to know is criticism. You support scum, but seek vengence on cops. You must make the firm great coffee in the morning.
Michael

New York, NY

#67 Apr 18, 2008
Vengence has nothing to do with it. I ask simply for equality of the law and punishment.

Used to be a time where a cop caught breaking the law was sentenced to the full extent allowed, due to a) breaking the public trust endowed on them by their chosen profession; b) by blackening the eye of the entire force, and feeding into the stats used by real cop-haters; c) for the illegal act itself and d) for the sheer hypocrisy of a law enforcer breaking the law.

Compare to the light sentence, a year for 2 felonies and 1 misd. for the LI female cop who killed her pal. The length of time it took to get Bell to trial, the cop who shot his cop wife to trial, compared to non-cop criminal defendants' trials.

I speak only my opinion based on easily available info.
whatsyourpoint

Philadelphia, PA

#68 Apr 20, 2008
ANNOYED wrote:
ANYONE THAT CAN BASH "THIS COP" FOR "DRIVING DRUNK" MUST HAVE BEEN IN THE CAR WITH HIM, OTHER WISE YOU HAVE NO 1ST HAND KNOWLEDGE WHAT HAPPENED, AND SHOULD KEEP YOUR OPINIONS TO YOUR SELF UNTIL THE TRUTH COMES OUT. UNFORTUNELY PEOPLE LOVE TO SEE COPS IN TROUBLE BUT EVERYONE FORGETS THAT THEY ARE JUST HUMAN AND THEY HAVE FAMILIES. AS FAR AS PEOPLE HATING MALVERNE COPS IT MUST BE BECAUSE YOU GOT PULLED OVER AND GOT A TICKET SO THEY MUST HAVE BEEN DOING THEIR JOB. AND LIVING ON LONG ISLAND IM GLAD YOU SAW ALL THOSE COPS IN SUCH A SHORT DISTANCE THAT MEANS MY TAX DOLLARS ARE BEING PUT TO GOOD USE.
This sounds to me like you know this punk and you are trying to defend him, I grew up in malvern and the cops there have always been worhtless and they will continue to be dummys unless something is done about it,Take this junkies badge away
whatsyourpoint

Philadelphia, PA

#69 Apr 20, 2008
I know who you are wrote:
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Funny thing is I know who you are that wrote this....YOU SUCK! You deserve to be slapped with he kids you have!
they should still fire tom smith, and thet rest of the malvernes drunks on patrol
whatsyourpoint

Philadelphia, PA

#70 Apr 20, 2008
happy malverne resident wrote:
and how can you "say" the malverne cops to NOTHING, then turn around and say "they pull people over left and right on ocean ave".
which is it?
you must be a relative, talking smack
Real Facts

New York, NY

#71 Apr 21, 2008
happy malverne resident wrote:
to all you judging people, do you not have anything else better to do then talk about other peoples mistakes? honestly, put yourself in his shoes. i HOPE one day it happens to all of you and NONE of you have any income comming in with families
Drunk driving is not a mistake, it is an on purpose.

Having a young relative killed by a drunk driver is a very bad thing. Having a young relative who is the bread winner for his family killed by a drunk driver really sucks, so to quote you:

” i HOPE one day it happens to all of you and NONE of you have any income comming in with families”

Why don’t you think about that.
Real Facts

New York, NY

#72 Apr 21, 2008
Bill1154 wrote:
I wonder how many in this forum have done the same, bunch of hypocrits.
Your right, sorry, we should all drive drunk. Let's get this DWI stuff repealed ASAP...
DeniseDOC

Medford, NY

#73 Apr 21, 2008
Michael wrote:
Vengence has nothing to do with it. I ask simply for equality of the law and punishment.
Used to be a time where a cop caught breaking the law was sentenced to the full extent allowed, due to a) breaking the public trust endowed on them by their chosen profession; b) by blackening the eye of the entire force, and feeding into the stats used by real cop-haters; c) for the illegal act itself and d) for the sheer hypocrisy of a law enforcer breaking the law.
Compare to the light sentence, a year for 2 felonies and 1 misd. for the LI female cop who killed her pal. The length of time it took to get Bell to trial, the cop who shot his cop wife to trial, compared to non-cop criminal defendants' trials.
I speak only my opinion based on easily available info.
You speak your mind as a disgrunted runt who's had many negative encounters with the police because you're a selfish snob.
Michael

Brooklyn, NY

#74 Apr 21, 2008
I walks to the bar if I needs a nother drinkie poo.
happy malverne resident

Hamilton, Canada

#75 Apr 21, 2008
not a relative at all, whatsyourpoint.
you must have gotten pulled over by a malverne cop
Michael

Brooklyn, NY

#76 Apr 21, 2008
Aww, does the baby sitter need more attention.
I don't want to be repetitive, so I'll just post it again:

"Vengence has nothing to do with it. I ask simply for equality of the law and punishment.
Used to be a time where a cop caught breaking the law was sentenced to the full extent allowed, due to a) breaking the public trust endowed on them by their chosen profession; b) by blackening the eye of the entire force, and feeding into the stats used by real cop-haters; c) for the illegal act itself and d) for the sheer hypocrisy of a law enforcer breaking the law.
Compare to the light sentence, a year for 2 felonies and 1 misd. for the LI female cop who killed her pal. The length of time it took to get Bell to trial, the cop who shot his cop wife to trial, compared to non-cop criminal defendants' trials.
I speak only my opinion based on easily available info."

By all means Denies, if you find fault in the above-statement, point it out, or you can be a whiny lil runt with a "c", who spends her time catering to thugs.....and attempt to insult or vilify me. Either way, make sure to fellate the next cop who passes by the Detention Center (as inmate or visiting...it's up to you.)
whatsyourpoint

Downingtown, PA

#77 Apr 21, 2008
happy malverne resident wrote:
not a relative at all, whatsyourpoint.
you must have gotten pulled over by a malverne cop
Actually never once got pulled over in malverne, and never got a dui in my life..If you are such a happy malverne resident go to the website where there is a big team photo of all the malverne police officers and read all the promises and oaths they took to carry out the law to its fullest extent..as well as protecting the people of this fine town,,,and when you can show me where it says it is part of the job to drink at the local bars and then proceed to get behind the wheel of an autombile and drive home (drunk) to your family that is home sleeping in a town your are suposed to be protecting then we can hear from you
whatever

New York, NY

#78 Apr 27, 2008
hatemalvernecops wrote:
malverne cops are THE WORST, surprised it wasn't tom smith another drunk malverne cop.
WHAT ABOUT THE DRUNK KID NAMED AJ WHO IS ALWAYS STUMBLING AROUND TOWN PUKING AND CAUSING VANDALISM.....
whatever

New York, NY

#79 Apr 27, 2008
hatemalvernecops wrote:
malverne cops are THE WORST, surprised it wasn't tom smith another drunk malverne cop.


i heard about this girl named raianna who has just about done all the malverne cops......hmmmmm.
Love Malverne

AOL

#80 Apr 27, 2008
I just want to say that let's look at the big picture, a guy screwed up, thank god he is okay and no one else was involved!!!! Remember he is a human being with a family that loves him very much! Noone of us can honestly say we have no faults and have NEVER screwed up in our lives!!!! I have personally had an emergency needing the help of the Malverne police and I can't tell you how excellent my situation was handled!! Remember cops are human being's with ALOT more balls putting their lives on the line everyday you cowards like you people condemning them! Take a long hard look in the mirror before you throw stones!
Real Facts

New York, NY

#81 Apr 28, 2008
Love Malverne wrote:
I just want to say that let's look at the big picture, a guy screwed up, thank god he is okay and no one else was involved!!!! Remember he is a human being with a family that loves him very much! Noone of us can honestly say we have no faults and have NEVER screwed up in our lives!!!! I have personally had an emergency needing the help of the Malverne police and I can't tell you how excellent my situation was handled!! Remember cops are human being's with ALOT more balls putting their lives on the line everyday you cowards like you people condemning them! Take a long hard look in the mirror before you throw stones!
But remember, you don’t know the whole story of the people throwing the stones either.

Look, while there are a few people that have an ax to grind, I think most people believe that most officers do their job and hopefully do it well. I have quite a few police in my family. They are hard working people. However, there is also a standard that they should adhere to.

I respect our men and women in uniform. I think most police in Nassau do a great job. I have nothing but respect for the men and women of our volunteer fire departments. I think it is great that these volunteers will wake up in the middle of the night and leave their families to come running to help others.

However, I also feel that perhaps we need to rethink the volunteer system. Many people automatically jump to the conclusion that I hate firefighters. Far from it. Same thing with police. I think there should be a standard, and when it comes to police, I think committing an unlawful act is contrary to what being a police officer is all about. However, I respect what our police force does on a daily basis.

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