Sunnyside cop pleads guilty to illegally transporting M-16 rifles

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  1. JuliaJ.

    Maybe this guy can help find the killers of Mr. Rispoli. It takes a criminal to find a criminal.

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  2. Moneyside

    sunnyside’s finest

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  3. O'Shea

    With coworkers like Mr.Ali who needs enemies?

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  4. Friends, Romans, Sunnysiders

    Guns don’t kill people.

    Bullets kill people.

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  5. K

    He never transported any Guns only Maso did …. the stolen goods where the FBI,s Cigarettes that where never stolen … This whole thing was a setup by the FBI so an illegal can stay in this country… Don’t believe everything that you read .. it was go to trial and face 9 years or take 36 months…

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  6. Chris

    Reguardless he’s scum who disgraced the uniform.

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  7. doc

    Setup. Spoken like every bum that has ever been arrested.

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  8. Webley

    K,
    what is an illegal that can stay in this country? I don’t see the link

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  9. Susan

    that’s what happened when NYC lowered the standards so any mutt could become an NYC police officer!

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  10. Craic Dealer

    Criminals would think twice about robbing and rapping if they were stuck down by one of these in a home. Too bad only the laws make criminals. Drug dealers will get these… so just give them out to everyone to level the playing field. A carry town is a polite town.

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  11. O'Shea

    @ Susan
    Pls contain your thorough racism. It is unbecoming.
    The nypd has problems with getting good officers because the pay sucks.

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  12. almighty one percenter

    come on, yeah with overtime and parade duty there aint a cop making under 100 grand !!!!

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  13. SuperWittySmitty

    Seriously, the average NYC cop made over 100,000 dollars in 2012? Or is this hyperbole? Do they earn more than firemen?

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  14. almightly one percenter

    so after 5 years, 90K + overtime
    cant beat that sweet deal!!

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  15. SuperWittySmitty

    So the median salary of a NYC cop is how much? Over 100,000 a year?

    And really, Craic, is that necessary?

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  16. Anonymous

    You want the job? Take the test.

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  17. Craic Dealer

    @SuperWittySmitty: Tis it is! I love to see the fat chicks in officer uniforms. I feel so protected… from junk food because they’ll eat it for me.

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  18. SuperWittySmitty

    Craic, I meant this: “bitchezzzzz!”

    It’s offensive to many people and I think you could communicate just as well without using this type on language in this kind of forum.

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  19. Craic Dealer

    Nah! Freedom to say bitchezzzz, bitchezzzzz!

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