Cops in Connecticut can rape a woman and maybe it won't get investigated
Lawyer Arrested For Kissing Judicial Employee
7:53 AM EST, January 12, 2007
WATERBURY, Conn. -- A criminal defense attorney has been arrested on a disorderly conduct charge involving kissing as a crime.
Ralph Crozier, 55, of Southbury was arrested Thursday for kissing a female judicial marshal at Waterbury Superior Court on Dec. 22.
Crozier said state police investigators told him the marshal did not invite him to kiss her, which was why criminal charges were filed.
"This is the biggest baloney I've ever seen in my life," Crozier said Thursday. "How many tens of thousands of people in Connecticut wished their co-workers and friends `Merry Christmas' the day before Christmas?"
The incident was captured on security video.
Crozier said the video will prove he meant nothing sexual by the kiss, which he described as a peck on the cheek. He says the incident is an example of political correctness run amok.
"It was a Christmas greeting. I had no intention to annoy or harass anybody," Crozier said. "Every one of us knew we were on camera. This was a peck on the cheek. That was the extent. There was nothing here that was weird or sexual."
The arrest warrant affidavit is sealed until Jan. 24, when Crozier is scheduled to be arraigned at the Waterbury courthouse. He is free on a $10,000 bond.
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