Suffolk police officer to receive shi...

Suffolk police officer to receive shield of slain father

There are 38 comments on the Newsday story from May 18, 2007, titled Suffolk police officer to receive shield of slain father. In it, Newsday reports that:

Suffolk police officer Kevin Wustenhoff will receive a treasured memento -- the police badge worn by his father, slain in 1990 by a bomb that destroyed his unmarked police car -- in a ceremony Friday at the ...

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Unseen Foe

AOL

#25 May 20, 2007
KaaaBooom,Dead Cop,Dead Cop,most likely killed by a fellow cop for screwing his wife.Hopefully junior will get shot and killed in the line of duty.
A Cousin

Huntington, NY

#26 May 21, 2007
CONGRATS Kevin~

You deserve this honor and your Dad is looking over your shoulder every minute.
He would be so proud and honored.
Congrats!
darren with an e n

East Freetown, MA

#27 May 22, 2007
People have to much time on their hands to be second guessing Dennis and his actions at the time of death. This is about Kevin. He HAS overcome tremendous obstacles to get where he is, and to that, I say Good for him. He's a great guy and deserves everything. We all hope for justice to prevail and I know Kevin will, over the course of his career, get this case closed!!
By the way - Hey Lee, F. U.
pky

Pelham, NY

#28 Jun 4, 2007
Unseen Foe wrote:
KaaaBooom,Dead Cop,Dead Cop,most likely killed by a fellow cop for screwing his wife.Hopefully junior will get shot and killed in the line of duty.
you're sick, you should really pray for yourself
Allison Juena

Fremont, CA

#29 Jun 4, 2007
ja from nh wrote:
I HOPE HIS SON FINDS HIS KILLER AS HE PLANS TO.
Does your police department always hire cops bent on doling out vigilante justice?

What happens when this young cop corners the person he thinks blew his dad into a million pieces and blows the unarmed suspect away?
Houlihan

AOL

#30 Jun 6, 2007
Allison Juena wrote:
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Does your police department always hire cops bent on doling out vigilante justice?
What happens when this young cop corners the person he thinks blew his dad into a million pieces and blows the unarmed suspect away?
Thats when junior gets himself blown up just like his old man.
dtr222

Bayonne, NJ

#31 Aug 10, 2007
Houlihan wrote:
<quoted text>Thats when junior gets himself blown up just like his old man.
you're a coward too then huh?
ray

Morris Plains, NJ

#32 Oct 24, 2009
You never screw another cops wife and sadly i say no one will ever be charged.
I dont think the punishment fit the crime and the guilty party should be dealt with.
Cisco kid

Warren, NJ

#35 Sep 17, 2011
FF Jack wrote:
No one deserves it like was mentioned above.
The lady had other lovers. None of them were murdered. The detective was deeply undercover in the Narco Bureau and it's still a possibility that assignment had something to do with it.
. Nice try? Horan was a bomb expert that would know how to divert attention away from himself Job well done. You screw around with someone's wife you get what you deserve
kenwall

Sneads Ferry, NC

#36 Jan 2, 2012
The diseased was not a good guy, he was screwing a fellow officers wife, and he was cheating on his wife and family. Maybe its not civilized but there is some irony it in this "justice". Im not all that outraged, i hope he gets away with it!!
kenwall

Sneads Ferry, NC

#37 Jan 2, 2012
The guy didn't care all that much about his "family" or honor or morality, you can't rewrite history even if you're related!
kenwall

Sneads Ferry, NC

#38 Jan 2, 2012
dtr222 wrote:
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the only thing that is ironic is how you don't even have your facts straight. there were six men that have died in the line of duty since this has happened. this brings the total in suffolk county to 21 police officers..and yes, they were ALL performing police duties. how dare you disgrace their memories in such a casual way. last i checked nobody deserves to have their life taken at such a young age, in this careless manner, in front of their own home no less. whoever is responsible for this act was only thinking of themselves and not the ripple effect it could possibly have on others. whatever the motive, the fact still remains that he was a great police officer and a great person. it's too bad that only one persons opinion of him made the world a different place by taking him off of it forever. justice will be served.
and yes, his family does read this.
Justice was served against a guy who didnt honor or respect his police teammate or his family!!
kenwall

Sneads Ferry, NC

#39 Jan 2, 2012
youwillburninhell wrote:
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So you think it is okay that Horan got away with murder, leaving a widow and children without a father. You're an a**hole.
Yes, do you think its ok that Dad was cheating on his family and violated his oaths to his wife and fellow officers? These are guys who risk their lives for all of us, I'm thinking they should be able to come home to THEIR wives without being violated by a supposed teammate. Too bad he didn't have a chance to know why
yea

Farmingville, NY

#40 Jun 27, 2012
aw how cute. maybe that is why he is so sad
dtr222

Clifton, NJ

#41 Feb 15, 2013
kenwall wrote:
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Justice was served against a guy who didnt honor or respect his police teammate or his family!!
You're an ass**le. That's my father you're talking about. Cheating or not, he didn't deserve to be KILLED and ripped away from us forever. Think before you type douchebag.
Rotinhell

Matawan, NJ

#42 Apr 12, 2013
Kevin is currently ripping his family apart with his own infidelities... with a fellow officer... scum.
Jennifer

Elizabeth, NJ

#43 Aug 1, 2014
dtr222 wrote:
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You're an ass**le. That's my father you're talking about. Cheating or not, he didn't deserve to be KILLED and ripped away from us forever. Think before you type douchebag.
They say that you should not judge a man until you walk a mile in his shoes. Your Father was a HERO who had some pretty big shoes to fill, and the hating coward who is trashing his memory as well as nurturing a childish sense of justice cannot begin to fill them - never mind walk even a foot in them. I pray for the truth to come out in this matter. There is a killer walking around free among us.
May God keep you and your family close and in his care, and thank you for the great sacrifice of your father. Narcs make a difference, b/c drugs ruin lives....
dtr222

Massapequa, NY

#44 Jan 24, 2015
Jennifer wrote:
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They say that you should not judge a man until you walk a mile in his shoes. Your Father was a HERO who had some pretty big shoes to fill, and the hating coward who is trashing his memory as well as nurturing a childish sense of justice cannot begin to fill them - never mind walk even a foot in them. I pray for the truth to come out in this matter. There is a killer walking around free among us.
May God keep you and your family close and in his care, and thank you for the great sacrifice of your father. Narcs make a difference, b/c drugs ruin lives....
Thank you, Jennifer. Truly appreciated.

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