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01/19/2008 06:08 AM ID: 67770 Permalink   

N.Y.Police Make Fun of Dying Man


Rene Perez was found apparently dead on the side of a Bedford road. A local police officer called his sergeant when Perez temporarily revived and was taped saying "You wanna hear something really funny? He's alive". An hour later Perez died.

Another police sergeant was heard later on a recording singing "Walk Away Renee". The officers were chuckling at the unfortunate Perez on the recording.

George Bubaris, a Mount Kisco police officer is charged with manslaughter in the death of Perez. Prosecutors say he dumped Perez in Bedford, struck him fatally in the stomach and left him to die.

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  And that is their law.  
Bet he does not serve long for his deed, if he goes to prison at all.
  by: captainJane     01/19/2008 06:46 AM     
  Only Manslaughter?  
Here I was hoping instead of letting him off the hook, they'd make an example of him/them.
  by: Kolman   01/19/2008 06:49 AM     
  To Serve And Protect  
  by: ichi     01/19/2008 07:11 AM     
  Come On  
So what if they are police officers don't the majority of New Yorkers act like this?
  by: dcmike34   01/19/2008 12:27 PM     
Murder requires a premeditation to kill. This is manslaughter.
  by: soshimaster   01/19/2008 03:27 PM     
a truly disgusting way to treat another human being. That said, I can't say I felt too much surprise reading the story. I don't know what's worse, that the Police did this, or that it's not surprising.
  by: Maxx20     01/19/2008 04:44 PM     
I can understand why this wouldn't shock you, with all the stories in the U.K. press lately. Regard for human life seems to be hitting an all-time low, at least in terms of my memory.
  by: lĀ“anglais     01/19/2008 06:09 PM     
  These stories  
Always surprise me, not by the content, but by people's reaction. I thought police weren't to be trusted anyhow. They never seem to protect and serve when you need em anyway.
  by: emceay   01/19/2008 08:07 PM     
  To serve and protect  
They conveniently leave that last part out. They should be held to the same standards as everyone else, because it is already out of hand
  by: djcll6121   01/19/2008 10:57 PM     
What gets me most about this is the fact that these police officers KNOW that they are getting recorded and yet they still do this kind of thing.

  by: shimoda   01/20/2008 06:41 PM     
  Light Sentences...  
We had a deal here in KC... In Blue Springs Actually, the officer was literally stalking and harrassing a guy. He got to ballsy, he would even go by the guys jobs and home... In the ended he ended up shooting and killing the guy.

At the first trial he was found guilty of murder but upon the appeal, along with numerous death threats from officers directed at the Judge, it was over turned. He walked like a free bird. My only hope is, someone will run into this guy somewhere and empty a clip in his head...
  by: FreakKeeper     01/20/2008 10:16 PM     
  Yeah, yeah, yeah  
NYPD this, NYPD that... cry me a river.
  by: Zmethod     01/21/2008 12:25 AM     
  There should be A LONG LIST  
of things this maniac is guilty of: Murder, abuse of authority, eligible for the death penalty. There should be a three-times-the-regular-penalty enhancement for being a cop while doing it.

@FreakKeeper: RIGHT ON
ZMethod has a good point, too.
  by: LeePIII   01/23/2008 12:27 AM     
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