Monday, June 13, 2016

Hypocrisy Running Rampant in Rochester, NY: The Rochester, NY Police Department has a Long History of Bashing LGBT Community, Now They Claim to Support Them?


By Davy V.  

Instead of helping victims of a gay bashing attack in Rochester, NY, in June of 2007, Rochester, NY Police officers David McFall, Stephen Tortora, Stephen Watd, and Michael Yodice bashed them, beat them, and then arrested them.

The victims had called 911 to report a that they had been attacked by a group of men who had physically and verbally assaulted them.

The above mentioned Rochester Police officers refused to charge the assailants and allowed them to leave the scene.

When the victims complained to the RPD cops, they were met with anti-gay slurs, assaulted, and then arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

The officers were eventually suspended for six months each, and then tried to sue the City of Rochester and the Rochester Police Department, claiming they were innocent victims of a political witch hunt.

The lawsuit was later dismissed by a federal judge for having no merit.

The incident was one of countless disturbing attacks by Rochester, NY cops against members of Rochester's  LGBT community.

Well, once again, hypocrisy is running rampant in Rochester, NY.

Following the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, the killing of 49 people inside Club Pulse a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, by a radical Islam extremist, who reportedly hates gays, the Rochester, NY Police Department has reached out to Rochester's LGBT community expressing their support for them.


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