New Jersey is not shy about using cameras to convict people for minor offenses. So what gives with this? The assaults happened on State property, they were recorded by a concerned citizen, the assailant was a State employee, and it was covered up by other State employees.
In 2012 Rice was "fined" $500,000 for actions a regular citizen might be doing jail time for. It was not a fine like you and I get from a judge, with a notation on our "permanent record," no it was the pay withheld variety.
Governor Christie (R) called for Rice's firing, and he was fired. Doesn't the governor's phone reach the State police?
Is this yet another instance of different rules for the rulers and the real rules are for the ruled?
Ⓐ Steve Ⓐ