COP PLEADS GUILTY DISFIGURING HANDCUFFED MAN WITH A FLASHLIGHT, PEPPER SPRAYING KIDS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


COP PLEADS GUILTY DISFIGURING HANDCUFFED MAN WITH A FLASHLIGHT, PEPPER SPRAYING KIDS

Bayonne, NJ– Officer Domenico Lillo of the Bayonne Police Department in New Jersey was actually raided by FBI agents and arrested in connection with a 2013 case of police brutality. With so much compelling evidence against him, Lillo pleaded guilty. However, the court is taking their time in the sentencing.

Lillo was scheduled to be sentenced on Thursday but the U.S. Attorney’s office extended the date until March 5.

To lessen his sentence, Lillo agreed to testify against a fellow officer. Ironically enough, the fellow officer’s only crime was covering up for Lillo by falsifying records and hiding the assault.

“It was my understanding… (that) when the incident report was written the flashlight strike would be omitted,” Lillo told the jury in his fellow officer’s trial last month.

The raid took place in 2015 and was highly unusual for a police officer. After a federal grand jury in Newark returned an indictment charging him with deprivation of civil rights under color of law and falsification of records, police swarmed Lillo’s house.

After having been armed and active on the force for over a year after the incident—thanks to his fellow cops covering for him—Lillo was busted and brought to justice.

On December 27, 2013, around 4:50pm, Lillo along with two other officers from the Bayonne Police Department went to an individual’s home to execute an outstanding arrest warrant.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

...If THIS is what "protect and serve" means to New Jersey police, civilians need to vote with their feet, and find a state where such actions are not tolerated, period, end of discussion.

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