|Rochester, NY Police officer Kevin Flanagan
September 29, 2012 12:34 PM ET
When it comes to the law, Rochester, NY Police officer Kevin Flanagan, not only has no regard for it, but he clearly thinks, and acts as if he is above it.
Whether it's racing up the wrong way of one-way residential streets where young children play, with no lights or siren on, or thinking he can re-write New York State law concerning stopping and searching individuals, Rochester, NY Police officer Kevin Flanagan is not only a danger to the Rochester community, but also a liability to the City of Rochester, NY.
Recently, during a trial of a man who was beaten by Rochester, NY Police officers Kevin Flanagan, Joel Hasper and Richard Doran, as well as others, some very disturbing details emerged of how Flanagan, and the other RPD officers not only look at, but treat residents of the PSA-23 section of Rochester's east side which they patrol.
For example, New York State law clearly states that a police officer can not just stop a person on the street, put their hands on that person and search them.
The officer must have reasonable belief that a crime is either being committed, has been committed or will be committed, in order to stop a person and search them.
Well, let's just say that RPD officers Flanagan, Hasper and Doran, don't follow that law.
The three of them stop whomever they want, wherever they want, whenever they want.
Flanagan, Hasper and Doran stick together and work the same car beat.
Stay tuned to my blog, as I expose Rochester, NY Police officers Kevin Flanagan, Joel Hasper and Richard Doran.