Sunday, March 02, 2008

How can you tell who is a criminal in Connecticut?

Well, too often the criminal wears blue and has a badge.

[CT] Took an hour to read Police Officer Durgin's charges

Text with video:
Madison officials have fired police officer Bernard Durgin. It took more than an hour to read all the charges against Officer Durgin and the details of this case. "In this particular case the officer's behavior was awful and the evidence was overwhelming," said the chairman of the police commission, Emil Geisenheimer. He was arrested last year for using state law enforcement database systems to get personal information on ex-girlfriends and women he worked with... Durgin faces one felony count of first-degree computer crime. He was released on $75,000 bail... he illegally retrieved private, personal information on female acquaintances, ex-girlfriends, his ex-wife and a childhood friend using a state law enforcement database system... One woman interviewed said she was engaged to Durgin for almost a year in 2006. Another said Durgin often invited her to go out... The list of names also included an ex-girlfriend, Durgin's ex-wife and her family, his ex-fiancee's new partner and his current girlfriend.

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[click here] for my beef with the Connecticut State Police


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