Bad Hoboken Cop Punished With $132,000/Year Vacation


Way, way back in 2007, I put up a short post about a scandal involving the Hoboken, New Jersey SWAT team, which claimed to have gone on a humanitarian aid trip to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, but ended up partying it up at Mardis Gras, with ensuing photos involving Hooters girls, Jello shots, and SWAT chief Lt. Angelo Andriani posing as a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Andriani was later sued by five Hispanic police officers alleging him to be an "unabashed white supremacist."

Andriani is back in the news, after apparently flashing his badge and berating some TSA employees for allowing a flight crew to move ahead of him in a screening line.

Pick your poison in the "rogue cop vs. TSA" squabble. The story within the story linked above is the punishment Andriani received for his exploits in New Orleans: a two year paid suspension. Hoboken taxpayers are "punishing" Andriani by paying him $11,000 per month for 24 months to do absolutely nothing.