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Philly Officer Who Punched Woman at Parade Given Job Back

The now former Philadelphia Police lieutenant who was captured on a YouTube video striking a woman during the city's Puerto Rican Day Parade has been given his job back and will receive all back pay.

The infamous tape - which was viewed over and over again across multiple media outlets - led to Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams to charge Jonathan Josey with a simple assault charge.

Josey was found not guilty, yet he still out of a job.

Josey told FOX 29 in a one-on-one interview that he desperately wanted to get the job he loves back.

Source: Fox Philly. Read full article. (link)

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  • Anders||

    Do you know why you never see any Puerto Ricans on Start Trek?

    Because they'll never work in the future either.

    Big thumbs up to the boys in blue.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    Ensign Sonya Gomez doesn't look kindly upon your shit.

  • sgs||

    Who cares, she's not a puerto rican.

  • Calidissident||

    Is your last name Breivik by any chance?

  • Ronald||

    Dylan. I agree that Christine`s st0rry is really cool... yesterday I bought a top of the range Car from having earned $8475 this - 5 weeks past and-also, ten thousand last month. this is actually the nicest job I have ever done. I began this 5 months ago and pretty much straight away began to bring in at least $85, per-hour. I went to this site,,http://www.jobs76.com

  • jorgeborges||

    Is this incoherent on purpose?

  • Number 2||

    Read the original. The following sentence was omitted from the third paragraph: "Today, an arbitrator ruled that Josey's job must be reinstated."

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