Crime doesn’t pay. Join the NYPD instead.

It was a rough summer for Judge Raffaele, getting karate-chopped in the throat by an angry cop who was beating and kicking a homeless guy on the street. The cop strongly felt that the judge’s watching was an unwarranted trespass on the right of the police to carry out Government Administration as they see fit.  The Queens DA agreed, saying that the poor cop was merely trying to establish a “safety perimeter.”

So, if you’re interested in Government Administration, the NYPD is for you.  You can:

Beat up homeless guys. . .

Karate-chop bystanders. . .

Pepper-spray peaceful demonstrators. . .

Frisk the citizenry. . .

Lie in court. . .

Destroy public space. . . and

Be a hero.

About Appellate Squawk

A satirical blog for criminal defense lawyers and their friends who won't give up without a squawk.
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4 Responses to Crime doesn’t pay. Join the NYPD instead.

  1. shg says:

    Did you do your own art work? Impressive.


  2. shg says:

    It’s fabulous. In fact, I think I recognize the cop getting the medal. Officer Krupke, right?


  3. Kathleen says:

    Windypundit asked last time “Now can we go back to more fun posts with characters named after animals please?” and Gee, now it’s happening.


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