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"Field, why aren't you blogging about that police chief in South Jersey who compared Negroes to Isis?" I am doing it now.Honestly, though, I am not as outraged as some other folks. I happen to be really cynical when it comes to racism. I wouldn't be surprised if Mrs. Claus and Santa drop the n word to each other when they talk about having to deliver toys to little black children. I expect that type of behavior from certain folks, so when they are exposed I am never surprised.The following case comes from South Jersey, not South Carolina" Frank Nucera Jr. was the police chief in the small township of Bordentown, N.J., until he abruptly retired in February 2017 after investigators began looking into what authorities said was his history of racially motivated violence and hate speech. Nucera came under scrutiny after an 18-year-old accused him of bashing his head into a doorway and officers recorded him calling black suspects the n-wordWilliam E. Fitzpatrick, acting U.S. attorney for New Jersey, called Nucera’s actions “a shocking breach of the duty of every police officer to provide equal justice under the law and never to mistreat a person in custody.” Much of the evidence in the complaint comes from secret recordings made by one of Nucera’s fellow officers who was “increasingly alarmed by [Nucera’s] racist remarks and hostilities toward African Americans,” he said.As officers walked the couple to the patrol car, Nucera grabbed the young man and slammed his head into a metal doorjamb, even though, the complaint points out, the young man “was not kicking or struggling.” The 18-year-old complained that he might have a concussion but didn’t want to go to the hospital after Nucera miraculously cured the young man by hitting him again in the back of the neck, according to the complaint. A few hours later, a police officer recorded Nucera making comments about the suspects and about black people in general. “I tell you what, it’s going to get to the point where I could shoot one of these motherfuckers,” Nucera allegedly said in the recording. “And that nigger bitch lady, she almost got it.” The Courier-Post reports that Lucera went on to say:I just, you know what? It would have been nice if that dog could have come up. ’Cause they would have stopped, put down. That dog, that dog will stop anything right then and there [makes dog sound]. I’m telling you. You’d have seen two fucking niggers stop dead. I love when they do that. I just love that.According to the unsealed papers, Nucera had a history of using police dogs to intimidate African Americans. He reportedly enjoyed posting police dogs near the entrance of the gymnasium at high school basketball games when the mostly white town played majority-black schools to intimidate the black fans.On another instance, the same officer who recorded Nucera after the hotel arrest taped the 60-year-old police chief talking about a black man or boy who was accused of slashing the tires of a police car.“I wish that nigger would come back from Trenton [N.J.] and give me a reason to put my hands on him,” Nucera is quoted as saying in the secret recording. “I’m tired of ’em. These niggers are like ISIS; they have no value. They should line them all up and mow ’em down. I’d like to be on the firing squad, I could do it.” [Source]Ignorant racist drops the n word; no harm no foul. But when you are a police chief with all types of power at your finger tips, it becomes a problem. There are a lot more Frank Nuceras out there. And they are only taking a cue from their president. He is the guy who is calling for the execution of a terror suspect without a trial, and who called the American justice system a "laughing stock." Imagine that. An American president calling for the elimination of due process, and disparaging the system of justice we have fought so hard to make the best and most just in the world. I hate to break it to the president, but his presidency is the "laughing stock." Lately it's been one joke after another. <!-- AddThis Feed Button BEGIN --> <!-- AddThis Feed Button END -->

TWEET ME“Field, why aren’t you blogging about that police chief in South Jersey who compared Negroes to Isis?”

I am doing it now.

Honestly, though, I am not as outraged as some other folks. I happen to be really cynical when it comes to racism. I wouldn’t be surprised if Mrs. Claus and Santa drop the n word to each other when they talk about having to deliver toys to little black children. I expect that type of behavior from certain folks, so when they are exposed I am never surprised.

The following case comes from South Jersey, not South Carolina

Frank Nucera Jr. was the police chief in the small township of Bordentown, N.J., until he abruptly retired in February 2017 after investigators began looking into what authorities said was his history of racially motivated violence and hate speech. Nucera came under scrutiny after an 18-year-old accused him of bashing his head into a doorway and officers recorded him calling black suspects the n-word

William E. Fitzpatrick, acting U.S. attorney for New Jersey, called Nucera’s actions “a shocking breach of the duty of every police officer to provide equal justice under the law and never to mistreat a person in custody.”

Much of the evidence in the complaint comes from secret recordings made by one of Nucera’s fellow officers who was “increasingly alarmed by [Nucera’s] racist remarks and hostilities toward African Americans,” he said.

As officers walked the couple to the patrol car, Nucera grabbed the young man and slammed his head into a metal doorjamb, even though, the complaint points out, the young man “was not kicking or struggling.” The 18-year-old complained that he might have a concussion but didn’t want to go to the hospital after Nucera miraculously cured the young man by hitting him again in the back of the neck, according to the complaint. A few hours later, a police officer recorded Nucera making comments about the suspects and about black people in general.

“I tell you what, it’s going to get to the point where I could shoot one of these motherfuckers,” Nucera allegedly said in the recording. “And that nigger bitch lady, she almost got it.”
The Courier-Post reports that Lucera went on to say:

I just, you know what? It would have been nice if that dog could have come up. ’Cause they would have stopped, put down.

That dog, that dog will stop anything right then and there [makes dog sound]. I’m telling you. You’d have seen two fucking niggers stop dead. I love when they do that. I just love that.

According to the unsealed papers, Nucera had a history of using police dogs to intimidate African Americans. He reportedly enjoyed posting police dogs near the entrance of the gymnasium at high school basketball games when the mostly white town played majority-black schools to intimidate the black fans.

On another instance, the same officer who recorded Nucera after the hotel arrest taped the 60-year-old police chief talking about a black man or boy who was accused of slashing the tires of a police car.

“I wish that nigger would come back from Trenton [N.J.] and give me a reason to put my hands on him,” Nucera is quoted as saying in the secret recording. “I’m tired of ’em. These niggers are like ISIS; they have no value. They should line them all up and mow ’em down. I’d like to be on the firing squad, I could do it.” [Source]

Ignorant racist drops the n word; no harm no foul. But when you are a police chief with all types of power at your finger tips, it becomes a problem.

There are a lot more Frank Nuceras out there. And they are only taking a cue from their president. He is the guy who is calling for the execution of a terror suspect without a trial, and who called the American justice system a “laughing stock.” Imagine that.

An American president calling for the elimination of due process, and disparaging the system of justice we have fought so hard to make the best and most just in the world.

I hate to break it to the president, but his presidency is the “laughing stock.”

Lately it’s been one joke after another.

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