Former Connecticut Cop Given Prison Sentence After Arresting Priest Who Was Recording Him
An East Haven cop who claimed he was in fear for his life when he arrested a priest for video recording him as he bullied an Ecuadorian immigrant in a convenience store was sentenced to 30 months in prison Tuesday, indicating that justice prevails every once in a while.
Even if the cop was allowed to retire with a full pension.
The 2009 incident, which went viral, opened a federal investigation against David Cari and several other officers, revealing that they were engaging in an ongoing harassment campaign against the immigrants living in that community.
But it was only because Father James Manship filed a federal complaint after his charges were dropped two weeks after his arrest.