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NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE DISPLAY SENSITIVITY

I get irritated when people come down on our police officers, saying

That they don't care about or respect others. Well, here is a story that

Clearly shows not all cops are in that category.

 

This story involves the State Police in the town of Bordentown, N.J. Who

Reported finding a man's body last Saturday in the early evening in the

Delaware River near the state highway-206 bridge. The dead man's name

Would not be released until his family had been notified.

 

The victim apparently drowned due to excessive beer consumption while

Visiting "someone" in the Bordentown area . He was wearing black fishnet

Stockings, 4 inch spiked heels, a red garter belt, a pink G-string,

Purple Lipstick, dazzle dust on his eyelids, 1/2 inch false eyelashes

And an Obama T-shirt.

 

The Troopers removed the Obama T-shirt to spare his family any

Unnecessary embarrassment.

 

See there, New Jersey State Police do care.

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NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE DISPLAY SENSITIVITY

I get irritated when people come down on our police officers, saying

That they don't care about or respect others. Well, here is a story that

Clearly shows not all cops are in that category.

This story involves the State Police in the town of Bordentown, N.J. Who

Reported finding a man's body last Saturday in the early evening in the

Delaware River near the state highway-206 bridge. The dead man's name

Would not be released until his family had been notified.

The victim apparently drowned due to excessive beer consumption while

Visiting "someone" in the Bordentown area . He was wearing black fishnet

Stockings, 4 inch spiked heels, a red garter belt, a pink G-string,

Purple Lipstick, dazzle dust on his eyelids, 1/2 inch false eyelashes

And an Obama T-shirt.

The Troopers removed the Obama T-shirt to spare his family any

Unnecessary embarrassment.

See there, New Jersey State Police do care.

 

Did they wear rubber gloves when they removed the T-Shirt? Was it disposed of in a proper hazard bag?

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