The fact that retired former NYPD Detective Louis Scarcella’s dirty deeds while carrying a badge and a gun cost New York City millions of dollars I see as a definite example of poetic justice.
It may have taken far too long to come to light but at least the truth had finally shined through the lies.
Anyone who has lived in New York City for any substantial amount of time knows that the Police there operate under an entirely different set of rules than those found on Mainstream U.S.A.
To put it bluntly, they are a gang and operate off the books with their own set of unpublished and unspoken rules that are beyond the scope of what we deem to be undisputed justice.
So even though Louis Scarcella has been justifiably exposed as a dirty police officer and detective who has ruined the lives of countless people because of the innocent Black men that he railroaded into long prison sentences, the time that these families lost could never be equated with a monetary figure.
Then when you think of the judges, lawyers and district attorney’s that have worked along with Louis Scarcella in order to frame innocent Black men, only then will you understand the magnitude of what has transpired under the name of the law.
Yet when one cries out about the injustices executed in the Black communities just like those under attack in places like New York City and abroad, you are deemed to be delusional at best and disconnected from reality.