Shocking claims of racism, other misonduct by high-ranking NYPD cops emerge in ‘collar quotas' case
Added 12-13-19 09:13:02pm EST - “The city withheld explosive allegations of racism against two high-ranking NYPD cops accused of demanding arrests of black and Hispanic people, an attorney charged Friday.” - Nydailynews.com
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The city withheld explosive allegations of racism other misconduct against two high-ranking NYPD cops accused of mistreating minority cops who failed to meet quotas for arrests of black and Hispanic people, a lawyer charged Friday.
The alleged incidents involving Assistant Chief Christopher McCormack and Deputy Inspector Constantin Tsachas emerged in Manhattan Federal Court through a lawsuit alleging the high-ranking officers imposed “collar quotas” disproportionately upon minority officers they supervised.
The cops’ attorney, John Scola, uncovered the allegations through a long legal effort to examine the supervisors’ records on race.
McCormack allegedly told a civilian, “N---er you are lucky that I didn’t Sean Bell you," according to a memorandum of law Scola filed in the case. Sean Bell was killed by police the day before his wedding in 2006 in an NYPD fusillade of 50 bullets.
“McCormack then proceeded to stick his finger in the rectum of the complainant and threatened to hurt his disabled pregnant wife,” Scola’s memo said.
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