Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Report: Ex-cops accused of rape had another ugly exchange with a drunken East Village woman

At the Voice this week, Graham Rayman reports on another case involving Kenneth Moreno, Franklin Mata and a young, intoxicated woman. Per the preview of the article at Runnin' Scared: "Just a few months before the alleged rape for which they were acquitted, the two were accused of being verbally abusive to a woman, refusing to take her report of theft, and pushing her around outside an East Village nightclub. Although the Manhattan District Attorney's Office was aware of these charges, they did not include it as evidence in the trial."

The incident reportedly took place on Aug. 21, 2008 outside the former Cheap Shots on First Avenue near Ninth Street. Read Rayman's article here.


Anonymous said...

Quite a duo these two. Sounds like they do all their creepin together.

JImmy Nuetro said...

I love it when the liberal media bashes cops based completely on hearsay. And it gets the community to dislike them too. What I got from the article is that some drunk ho mouthed off to the cops, and she probably made some crap up to get them in trouble because she cant hold her booze or control her mouth. If I was a cop, I would have done more then they did. Stupid Ho! Im sure she is gonna cry the race card too. Lets just sensationalize this a little more.
Get Bob Arihood to do an article on it, at least he will have a little truth to it.