Saturday, April 01, 2006

Snitch of the Week: 3/19 - 3/25

(He's back...)

With blogging being the ephemeral creature it is, it doesn't take much to forget about the post right underneath the one you're reading, let alone one made a month ago.

That's why I decided to give some shine to Eric Adam's follow-up story.

As you may not recall, he basically called out the City's terror alert as bullshit meant to distract the press from Bloomberg's snub of a debate in Harlem.

The NYPD charged him with all types of nonsense, like "talking back to massa" and "telling the truth" putting his pension on the line.

In the end it all work out and on his last official day of the job he was acquitted of all the important charges against him.

However he was found guilty of appearing as a representative of the NYPD without permission.
He will lose 15 vacation days because of that.

But getting off wasn't enough for Mr. Adams.
After his acquittal he said,

"We are going to continue until the conclusion of this battle to ensure that the public is safe during particular terrorist threats."

For putting 22 years of work on the line and continually sticking it to the man and getting away with it, Eric Adams is once again the Snitch of the Week.

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