Appellate judges order trial for cops who arrested insulting motorist
In a decision that may unsettle many law enforcement officers, a U.S. appeals court ruled Thursday that a federal judge erred in dismissing a civil rights lawsuit filed against police by a Montgomery County man who claims he was wrongfully arrested after giving the middle finger to a cop six years ago.Full Story
#1 Jan 4, 2013
How can a dirt bag like JS get away with that. He should've been put in jail. You can't go around flippin cops off and figure the cops are going to ignore you. If someone was robbing his house, the cops would be the first one he calls for help. I hope they don't show up. What goes around comes around.
#2 Jan 4, 2013
Ya that john ,,,, is a real a...hole , always been a a.......hole.w
#5 Jan 5, 2013
way to go john about time they get something thrown back at them. goes to show that we still have rights.now he can go through all of the legal hurdles,might make these officers think about how to be more careful with their authority.
#7 Jan 5, 2013
Great to see comments in New York Times how backwards we are. NY cop says if we arrested every person who gives us the finger, millions would be on court duckets. These play John Wayne's hiding everywhere are finally getting their justice.
#10 Jan 6, 2013
From the Leader Herald newspaper...."Attorney Thomas Murphy, who is representing Collins, pointed out Friday that Swartz is suing Insogna and Collins, and not municipalities."
#11 Jan 6, 2013
The best part is your going to pay the bill!!! Hahahahaahahaahahaaha!
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