Saturday, September 15, 2018

Dirty Blue: NYPD cops charged with protecting prostitution ring still eligible for pensions

This is a shame that police officers allegedly were involved in this type of activity. 
The sooner these lowlifes can be swept away, the better.
NY Post reports two of the NYPD cops charged with helping protect a prostitution racket run by a retired vice detective are eligible for hefty pensions — as long as they retire before their potential convictions.

Officer Giancarlo Raspanti — who’s accused of getting “discounted” sex at brothels run by ex-Detective Ludwig Paz — and Sgt. Louis Failla both have more than 20 years on the job, which qualifies them for full retirement benefits.
Raspanti, who joined the NYPD in July 1996, earned $135,333 during fiscal 2017, while Failla, who was hired in December 1997, earned $132,661, records show.

NYPD cops with 20 or more years of service are guaranteed their pensions unless they’re convicted of a felony while on the city payroll.

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