NYPD Dirtbag has New Orleans Connections0
If you’re like me, when you saw the video below of female protesters being corralled, then pepper-sprayed, for no reason, you were infuriated. If you have yet to see it, beware, it will disgust you.
For a long time, the police in this country were villified. Along came 9/11, NYPD cops and firemen rose to the occasion, and cops got a good rep again… temporarily. Recently, the “Occupy Wall Street” protests have been occurring without much, if any, coverage from the national media outlets. Meanwhile, as depicted in NUMEROUS videos from fringe media and citizen journalists, the New York Police Department have been repeatedly brutalizing non-violent protesters, and using excessive force on whomever they can get their hands on. Unfortunately, these images destroy any goodwill the cops rightly earned during the aftermath of 9/11. We have returned to the days where a junior high education and a badge apparently give you the right to do whatever you wish to whomever you wish. This once again proves that small dicks and big guns are a bad combination. Now, I am not saying that all cops are bad. To the contrary, good cops are some of the greatest people in our society. However, when bad cops do bad things, and good cops sit idly by and watch, or do nothing, those good cops cease being good cops any longer. My father was in law-enforcement, so there are is no bigger proponent of good lawmen than myself.
The scumbag in the video above was revealed to be NYPD Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna. Bologna was also caught on video in a second unprovoked pepper-spray attack on civilians seen here:
An N.Y.P.D. spokesman said that Bologna used the spray “judiciously.” However, after the second video was revealed, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said that the Internal Affairs Bureau would “look into” Bologna’s actions. Kelly went on to say that the incident was being reviewed by the Civilian Complaint Review Board. Whatever that means. Obviously, the N.Y.P.D. just wants to sweep this under the rug, and wait for public outcry to die down.
Meanwhile, our friends at Anonymous have stepped up to the plate. After seeing this gross display of misplaced authority, Anonymous members have located some personal information about Deputy Scumbag Bologna. It can be found here: SCUMBAG .
Name: Anthony Bologna
Phone #: (518) 989-9051
Address: 5 Sawyer Ave, Unit A, Staten Island, NY
While perusing Deputy Scumbag’s previous addresses, one thing popped out at me. Several of his previous addresses are in the New Orleans metropolitan area, including Metairie, Covington, Mandeville, and New Orleans proper. I have placed a call to a source close to the N.O.P.D., but have yet to receive a response. I am interested to hear whether or not Deputy Scumbag was ever in the employ of the New Orleans Police Department, and if so, if he was prone to police brutality then as well. I will update this article when that information becomes available. In the meantime, feel free to call Deputy Scumbag before he changes his number, or write a letter. NBC News has reported that in the wake of the leak of his personal information, “extra security” has been placed outside the home of Deputy Scumbag. My question is this to Deputy Scumbag: If you are such a badass that you pepper spray a group of docile, confined, young women, why can’t you protect yourself and your family without back-up? Are the taxpayers of New York City supposed to pay for your personal bodyguards? How about this: How about you not do things that make people want to show up at your house to see justice done? Also, you are a sorry excuse for a human being, and I hope you rot in hell you disgusting worthless scumbag.