Thursday, January 26, 2012
4 Cops Arrrested for Abusing Latinos! When Asked About Abuse, Racist Mayor Orders Tacos!
On Tuesday, the FBI arrested four East Haven Conn policemen charging them with a conspiracy that one official called “a cancerous cadre” of “bullies with badges” to deprive Latino residents of their constitutional rights. (Extreme Racial Profiling and Abuse). The four officers were Sgt. John Miller, Dennis Spaulding, David Cari and Jason Zullo, according to an indictment released by the office of U.S. Attorney David B. Fein. The indictment paints a devastating picture of abuses, listing more than 30 “overt acts” committed to further the conspiracy. The report also indicates the conspiracy rose to the top of the department.
Zullo worked with Spaulding and Cari under the watch of Miller during the 4 p.m. to midnight shift. The group of officers, all under the age of 35, were known as "Miller's Boys." They frequently bashed and abused arrested Latinos.
After the arrests of the 4 racist officers, a local reporter pointed out to East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. that there were no Latino officers on East Haven's police force. Maturo angrily responded, "And your point being?" Then, when asked what he planned to do for the Latino community in light of the discrimination allegations, the mayor said, "I might have tacos when I go home, I'm not quite sure yet."
Today, a local Latino Group sent the racist Mayor Five Hundred Tacos. "The mayor has shown a total lack of respect for the constituents he has been sworn to serve to the best of his ability," said Henry Fernandez, a local Latino spokesman.