Monday, April 4, 2016

#NYPD and Dirty DA Cy Vance Karma Time Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Anticfiling civil suits

Cy Vance is already as corrupt as Charles Hotel Hynes who he, his ADAs NYPD Internal Affairs have  avoided countless grand juries so I am happy to report It is karma pie time for our racist  (Cy likes offering Black Men slavery work for no crimes commited ask Joe Jazz Hayden, Cy Vance  corrupt misogynist dirty DA Cy Vance read the article in DNA about Cy Vance and an intern too frighten to report being sexually assaulted by someone high up in the DA's office.

#NYPD and Dirty DA Cy Vance Karma Time Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Anticfiling civil suits

Also read why Cy Vance, Ray Kelly, Bratton NYPD Internal Affairs retaliated against me.

So glad Spiro is my LinkedIn friends and Bless Thabo Seflosha for doing what he is doing since we do not have his resources and huge in number victims thank you and win for us!!!!!  Expose Cy Vance a dirty DA with his cult like dirty ADAs in league protecting NYPD IAB crimes my case too. 

Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Anticfiling civil suits against NYPD
By Eric Goldwein — Sunday, April 3rd, 2016  ‘The Washington Post’ / Washington, DC

Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha and his former teammate Pero Antic are filing civil suits against the New York Police Department almost a year after their arrest outside a NYC nightclub, a source close to the proceedings told ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz.

Sefolosha, who suffered a broken fibula and ligament damage during the arrest, is expected to be file a suit against the NYPD and other city agencies next week. His charges include unlawful force, unlawful arrest and malicious prosecution, the source told Arnovitz. Antic’s civil suit, which was filed Friday, claims false arrest, unlawful imprisonment, assault, battery, negligence, civil rights violations and malicious prosecution. Sefolosha and Antic filed notices of claim last year amounting to a maximum of $50 million and $25 million, respectively.

“The NYPD has all but conceded that they falsely and improperly arrested Pero Antic,” Alex Spiro, Antic’s attorney, said. “They will now be held responsible.”

Things seem to be going alright — at least, legally speaking — for Sefolosha and Antic since the April 8, 2015 incident, when both men were arrested for allegedly interfering with a crime scene. Charges against Antic (disorderly conduct, obstructing governmental administration and second-degree harassment) were dropped in September, and a jury acquitted Sefolosha in October. The lesson: if you’re going to wrongfully arrest citizens, make sure they’re not NBA players.


One more thought from Suzannah B. Troy Artist:

NYPD Internal Affairs dirty DAs ADAs so corrupt I call for a new Commission -- we had the Knapp, Mollen and the time is now and put dirty DAs ADAS corrupt Internal Affairs and every agency that is suppose to police the police and does not on trial along with the criminal cops they protect.