Wednesday, May 13, 2015

No Questions, No Verdict As Jury Deliberations Continue in Narco Cops Trial

By George Anastasia
For Bigtrial.net

Not a peep.

Not one question. Not one request for documents. Not a word.

They jury in the corruption trial of six former Philadelphia Police Department narcotics officers completed its fifth day of deliberations this afternoon without offering any sign of where things stand. One day after declaring an impasse on some issues, the panel went from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. without any indication of where they were heading and of whether the impasse was still in place.

"There's just no way to know," said one member of the defense. "We could speculate all day and be totally wrong."

The silence, however, has fostered all kinds of speculation in both the defense and prosecution camps. Lawyers have been keeping vigil along with family members and friends who have spent four full days (the panel began deliberating late last Thursday afternoon) in the 15th floor hallway outside Judge Eduardo Robreno's courtroom.

In dismissing the jury this afternoon, Robreno reminded the panel of six women and six men that should deliberations continue beyond Friday he intended to have them work on Saturday. Several jurors nodded their heads, indicating that they were well aware of that possibility.

Whether that will add impetus to the next two days of deliberation was one of the things being speculated on in the hallway today. More important were questions about what issues had caused the logjam referred to in a jury note late yesterday afternoon.

Is the panel hung up on one charge? One count? One defendant? There's just no way to know.

Supporters of the prosecution case have taken heart in the length of the deliberations. If the jury had bought into the defense argument completely -- that the government's case was built around the testimony of drug dealers and one dirty cop and that none of it was independently corroborated -- then the conventional wisdom is that the panel would have been back with not guilty verdicts all around.

But that speculation does not rule out one or two jurors holding out for some convictions in the face of a strong push by the majority to acquit.

Conversely, there is some speculation that the jury may been splitting on both defendants and issues. The two primary targets for conviction in that scenario are Thomas Liciardello, who has been described as the leader of the rogue unit for six cops by prosecutors, and Linwood Norman, who was fingered in what is considered one of the more serious offenses in the case.

All six defendants are charged with racketeering conspiracy in a case built around the central allegation that over a six-year period beginning in 20006, they stole more than $500,000 in cash, narcotics and other valuables from drug dealers who were being arrested and then covered their crimes by falsifying police reports.

One former member of the unit, Jeffrey Walker, who was arrested in a separate sting operation set up by the FBI and charged with stealing $15,000 from a drug dealer, was a key prosecution witness during the six-week trial. Walker's credibility and motivation were challenged repeatedly by defense attorneys as was the credibility of most of the drug dealers called by the government as witnesses.

To date the questions asked by the jury have focused on three episodes. The most serious, and the one that may be the area of impasse, had to do with the alleged robbery of drug dealer Orlando Ramirez who testified that when he was arrested by Walker and Norman on Sept. 6, 2009, he had four kilos of cocaine.

Walker, confirming details contained in the indictment, testified that he falsified the arrest report and claimed one kilogram of cocaine had been seized. He said he and Norman then arranged to sell the other three kilos and split the profit with Norman's nephew, a drug dealer who arranged the sale.

"It's one thing to be back there (in the jury room) arguing over whether you believe the defendants pocketed a couple hundred dollars," said a defense supporter (in actuality the amounted pocketed over six years was in the tens of thousands of dollars). "But it's another thing to deal with the question of whether Norman put three kilos of cocaine back on the street and made a profit doing it. That's big."

One of the pieces of evidence the jury asked for two days ago were phone records that tended to support Walker's story.

There is great irony in the possibility that Norman has the most to lose in the case. Walker testified at length about how he did not want to implicate Norman, the one member of the Narcotics Field Unit who did not abandon him. Walker testified that Liciardello and the others ostracized him because of personal problems (marital strife, drinking and medical issues) and work habits (Walker was described as lazy and incompetent. He admitted that he once lost his service revolver and at times was drinking on the job or fell asleep while on surveillance).

Norman, he said, once took a bullet for him during a street altercation with drug dealers and Norman, he added, was the only member of the unit who would ride in a car with him after he had fallen out of favor with the others. He and Norman are also the only African-Americans implicated in the case.

His deal with the federal authorities -- a deal that he hopes will result in a lighter sentence than the 20-year term he is potentially facing -- required him to tell all that he knew about the corruption within the unit, Walker told the jury. He admitted that he held a grudge against Liciardello. But Norman, he said, was not someone he wanted to hurt.

The jury will resume wrestling with whatever issues have caused the impasse when deliberations resume at 9 a.m. tomorrow.

George Anastasia can be reached at George@bigtrial.net.

109 comments:

  1. I can say this....guilty or not guilty i give credit to this jury. They say:WHAT DON'T COME OUT IN THE WASH, COMES OUT IN THE RINSE.
    See, its not all about anything other then WHO DONE SOMETHING WRONG? My thought is if no one( meaning theses officers on trial) did anything wrong its easy to conclude-NOT GUILTY!
    We would not need 5-6 days of deliberations and that is just an opinion. But we all can see that is not the case here.
    I do not think for one moment all of these police officers are guilty if only but one or two of them but i believe they all knew what the other done, did, or was involved in right or wrong(either way).
    The question i offer is how do one weed out the guilty from the not guilty?

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  2. The drug deal that is alleged with walker and norman putting 3 kilos back out on the street is real bad n does not bode well for norman. I believe tommy l is convicted on rico along with norman. I believe reynolds was in on some espisodes not all. Spicer was in on some espisodes too. Betts n Speicer was not mentioned much but most likely reap some benefit from the jobs BUT there is no tapes no money trail no big spending n trips by these guys. No fancy cars or lifestyle. The cops did take alot of drugs n scum off the street. They risk their lives for this city. Who cares they cursed n rough up some ppl. They were not dealing with choir boys. Even though i believe stuff went on. I cannt convict on the evidence present at trial.

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  3. Obviously it aint no open an shut like half of these people thought saying there not guilty, if that were the case jury would have had verdict, but its goin on 5 an a half days with the bein said the guilty verdict will be out in next day or 2 cant wait guilty guilty guilty..

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    1. Wrong wrong wrong!!!

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  4. You forget this jury has to go through WEEKS of he said she said paper work for not just one guy but SIX guys, if their was evidence to this case it would make it more black and white. They have to see on all counts if there is reasonable doubt or not, but it's all he said she said, can you imagine sitting to deliberate 8 weeks of a trial all from the mouth of junkies- dealers -and a dirty ex cop who all told different stories as well as different stories coming from the Feds them selves. Wether they thought guilty or not guilty it would still be a case where they ( all 12) had to sit down and go through each charge- for each man- each story/ every he said she said. And so on. It has to be beyond confusing for these 12 jurors. In no way shape or form does this make me think for one second because of the time that has passed or because they can not all agree, that there will be a guilty verdict- they have ZERO EVIDENCE TO GO BY- you don't know what they are not agreeing on yet so hold your horses there Mr guilty guilty guilty.
    These men will leave the court room the hard working honorable police officers that they were before they got in to this shit show with the Feds. Sending my prayers another day fellas.

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  5. Didn.t wanna go here but enough is enough.
    These guys did there Jobs and got results if somebodys rights were violated so be it. The CIA ' FEDS. DEA. AND ANY GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION ROB STEAL KILL PEOPLE THREATNING OUR WAY OF LIFE EVERYDAY AND ITS NO DIFFERENT HERE. THOSE TIMES YOU OLD TIMERS GREW UP WITH ARE GONE. THE ONLY THING THESE ANIMALS UNDERSTAND IS FORCE THATS THE WORLD WE LIVE IN TODAY. CONVICT THESE GUYS THEN YOU MIGHT AS WELL CONVICT THESE OTHER AGENCIES BECAUSE THIS SHIT IS GOING ON TWENTY FOUR SEVEN IN ALL OUR AGENCIES AND ALL OVER THE WORLD WERE WE TRY TO OVER THROW OTHER GOVERNMENTS. WAKE THE FUCK UP AND SEE THE BIG PICTURE. YOU FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE IF YOU WANT RESULTS PERIOD. THERE ANIMALS SO TREAT THEM AS SUCH.

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    1. sounds like you need Doctor Phil .

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    2. No anonymous 9.16 pm Just very open minded to the way things are today. But most of the anonymous haters might wanna do a session or two to Justify there comments. Like the hood rats say Just keepin it real. Lol

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    3. What did you expect from crooks .

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  6. I don't think the Rico charge is even on the table. If that's what they were hung up on, they would be asking the judge questions about the law once ring the charge. They haven't done that.

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  7. Mr. Bubba is upset with the jury . He has Little tommys gift pack waiting for him .

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  8. I heard sergeant bottles is really hitting the sauce .He knows little Tommy will giver him up . Also Lt. Largo may wind up as Walkers cell mate .Talk about the original odd couple .

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  9. Guess what gang Mr. Bubba is going to try to get a reality show . Just like the one on net flics . He is going to call it Mr. Bubba and little tommy . How nice .

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    1. So this is your second "Mr. Bubba" reference I this article alone. Are you that unoriginal that you need to regurgitate the same unfunny joke on every single article? You do seem to know an awful lot about this bubba character though. Did he hurt you? Are you still so hurt that wish for others to be hurt so they can feel the same way you do? Or, and if this is the case I owe you an apology, are you a twelve year old special needs student? I know I've used a couple of big words and the appropriate grammar is potentially (sorry, big word again) blowing your mind but at least one of the scenarios I've posed has got to be accurate.
      Seriously though, one unfunny Mr. Bubba reference is enough but two? Either; be more original/funny, go seek psychological help if this Mr. Bubba hurt you and you just can't let go, or I'm sorry. Those are my suggestions on how to deal with any one of the questions I've posed. My guess is the scenario in which you are a twelve year old special needs student is the most accurate because it should explain the; repetitive nature of your comments, the lack of humor in your comments, and the complete lack of situational awareness needed to read and understand responses to your comments. So, again, I'm sorry.

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    2. Wait a minute Mr. Bubba is a real person .He will take care of little tommy ,because little Tommy will not have His gang of thugs to protect Him . Little Tommy will survive in Jail ,if He is with Mr. Bubba. Mr. Bubba will teach Little Tommy how to survive in prison ,when you are 5 foot tall .

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  10. Lmao����������
    Whays the name of the show ctfu������������

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  11. Guilty! Police officers have to follow and abide by the same laws that your every-day citizen does. These officers abused their rights and broke the law, plain and simple. It doesn't matter why they did it. If I robbed someone, would it matter why I did it? No! People are saying it's good because they broke the law in order to get "scum" off the street... You call robbing and drug dealing "doing their job"?!!? If you want to get scum off the street, you can't pick and choose which robbers and drug dealers you convict. Get these six pieces of "scum" off the street.

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    1. Again...Anonymous:
      Shame on you for the constant comments for wanting these 6 men to be found guilty. Are you not breaking the commandment "thou shalt not bear false witness against his neighbor"? You will surely need to answer for that someday. The wives and the children of these men are suffering enough. Stop judging these men without know all of the facts. I offer one mode of thought. "When the feds want to bring down the mafia in a RICO trial, it's always the wiretaps that do the defense in. Where are the wiretaps? Why are there no wiretaps?" I seriously question the motives of this department of justice and the leadership therein.Instead of wanting unjustified revenge in the name of these men, I suggest that you pray for them instead. It may seem to be a tougher road to follow but I'm confident that you'll be satisfied with the fruits of your prayer. I say this as someone who does not know you but loves you anyway, regardless of race, religion, etc..

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  12. Respect to the Jury.

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  13. Mccloskey and O'malley definitely sweating this out too. So much perjury said on the stand. Those two are some lucky bustards but luck eventually runs out. They worked way too close and with this squad

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    1. Who is SD on some of the paperwork, it clearly stated that he falsified documents so why wasn't an SD indicted, Speiser was indicted for supposedly falsifying documents which is the same thing SD did. I'm guessing SD is another RAT of a cop

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  14. I dont know about those mentioned above but tom, norman and reynolds will prob be taking the hit for everything shame. I dont feel they are guilty but i feel guilt points in that direction. Hope they beat it.

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  15. I have to say I hope they beat it too. Heart aches for wives children and families. Also, if they are found guilty the dirty drug dealers will start cashing in on civil suits and that's an even bigger disgrace.

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    1. They will get little or some regardless in terms of Civil suits. A professor i work with at Temp U said there has already been enough proof for the civil cases to be won and that the City of Phila. And its Solicitors office has placed the money aside in preparation for a large payout. Its awful but true.

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  16. Anyone who has a problem with me the complaint department is open. Only one condition, don't be a bitch, you have to state your name, no anonymous comments. Be man enough to post under your real name. And we can meet and discuss it. I'll bet you don't.

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    1. Your not a cop are you mr omalley? Just asking, no problem with you.

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    2. Don't even feed in to or let these idiots bother you, you're better then that and your better then them. Let it go. Concentrate On the issue at hand and not these scum bag haters. It's easy to talk shit behind a computer screen but their not worth your time of day O'Malley.

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    3. You're right M.T. Just proving a point.

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    4. Are you a cop? Just asking.

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    5. hey 6901, you know who you are, that is your badge number,you are on paperwork,and I can swear on a stack of Bibles that you are a thief, because on the raid you and the midget and his gang of robber,Rob from me, I know the truth 6901, let's see how tough you are when you lose your badge,and the midget rats on you

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    6. His badge is not 6901 you fucking idiot, not guilty verdict today! You are a cop who never got in the field unit because you are a bitch

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    7. The people you worship Sean are going to disappoint you .

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  17. What does it matter if he is Law Enforcement. Obviously if you have been reading the site, you would know the answer. If it's really him. But do me a favor, stop using the word cop, it's kind of degrading, I think they prefer Officer, Police Officer or what I said Law Enforcement . The only people who use cop are usually ignorant people on the street, other agencies who think they are better or attorneys (defense & civil). Maybe I am knit picking.... But hopefully we get a NG verdict soon, for one reason and one reason only, their families. Other then the case is beyond weak.....

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    1. If he is this officer and still(a cop), the manner and his demeanor of his comment-seean omally 10:34 pm is not professional and threatening in a way. Whats he going to do to some one if the post their true name? He sound like a thug in that comment. I think its just a sign of what some officers are capable of, as this case have been saying about these six cops on trial all along. But if its some one imitating mr omalley i apologize. Hopefully some one will bring this to appropriate attention to the law.

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    2. Walker and Liciardello are dirty. I'm speaking from exp. with them I'm not a cop but what they call a criminal in the state of PA what I sold is now legal in other states.In no states is it legal to steal money. I earn my money while these fagots take it because they got a badge, fuck them I hope they get life!!!!!

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    3. DO'T SELL DRUGS and you wouldn't have the cops at your door. Do you want someone selling drugs to your kids or grandkids, you sound like an asshole.

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  18. let me give you a history lesson,the word cop is short for copper, because back in the late 18 hundreds the policeman used to wear on his chest a big copper badge, so when they said copper they meant policeman, copper badge, copper, cop. got it thank you

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  19. No idiot Citizen On Patrol and please learn how to utilize punctuation. Hopefully you are not one...

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  20. Good morning getting ready for work something some of you hood rats can.t spell or do. Oh ya Top of the Morning to you Italian hating flunkie cops.
    GOOD AS DAY AS ANY FOR A NOT GUILTY VERDICT ACROSS THE BOARD. STILL PRAYING FOR YOU GUYS AND YOUR FAMILYS GOD BLESS. LIKE TO GIVE A HATS OFF TO THE JURORS THIS CANNOT BE A EASY TASK FOR THE EVIDENCE THEY WERE GIVEN AND THE WITNESSES THEY HAD TO LISTEN TOO.

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  21. Guess your day will be ruined when the guilty verdict comes. Hopefully today is the last day so these crooked cops can get exactly what they have coming to them.

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    1. Im with you on this comment. Guilty!!! For qll them and our life goes on.

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  22. Mr. Sean O'malley 10:34 pm
    Dont jepordize yout career. You been reported for your comments just so you know.


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    1. Report your Mother for having a --nt for a Son.

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    2. He (Omalley)got reported. Don't matter,my mother was a good woman and now deceased.

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  23. Ok here we go again! PRAYING FOR YOU GUYS THAT TODAY BE THE DAY you get to move on from this and on with your lives. It has been LONG ENOUGH!
    Let today be the day these men hear Not Guilty and go home to their families and start to re build their lives.

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    1. Hope it is M.T tired of reading these little bitch comments from cops and dealers who are looking for a guilty verdict.

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    2. Here we go JB! Verdict is in! Today IS the day!

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  24. Omalley-Not 6901 but close. Badge number 6991. I know he's a thief like his squad mates too.

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    1. DON'T SELL DRUGS and you wont' have to worry about the cops ever being at your door. That squad is the best out there hands down, or maybe is it you were never able to get to the Field Unit. And selling drugs to people's children makes you a piece of shit and a loser. I'm not a cop so go report me, I don't give a shit. People like you come a dime a dozen. NOT GUILTY !

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    2. Your opinion is yours. But a police officer should not be on here saying he will meet some one on the street!!!! Nonsense. I sent email this morning to the Phila. DA.s office about Mr
      O'malley comment 10:34 pm.

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    3. Anonymous 8:22 am: You are missing the point. The police officers are committing worse crimes than the drug dealers... They are illegally and violently confiscating the drugs and selling them! They are the worst kind of criminal! Hiding behind a badge... GUILTY

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    4. I'm sorry, but I don't think there was any proof of that!! Unless you believe a guy that was a drunk, jealous, and a dirty cop that got caught .

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    5. And people shouldn't be on here bad mouthing officers when they don't know anything but what they hear by word of mouth. This entire thing is so ridiculous and I'm sure the DA's office has bigger fish to fry then worrying about silly comments on this website

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  25. Guilty will be the verdict cant wait

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    1. Are you still waiting??????

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  26. guilty cops have been doing this FOR 100 YEARS....

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  27. Look O Malley could easily be sitting at the defense table n regardless of the 6 cops guilty or non guilty on the verdict but to report o malley for calling someone out who is saying things n omalley addressed him like a man n now you report him. Alot of jealous people and cowards in this city. These cops on trial risk their lives everyday ridding the city of scumbag drug dealers. So what they were aggressive in their actions. The drug dealers didnt care about polluting ruining lives by selling drugs

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    1. I could not agree more!!

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    2. And then the cops sold the drugs... Making them drug dealers.

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    3. Again there is no proof of that!!

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    4. How do the testimonies of some of the witnesses and Norman's testimony match up so well then? And why did Norman receive text messages threats from Lic? There is proof of that. There were also other witnesses (not drug dealers) such as lawyers who testified to such allegations. Let's not forget about Norman, a police officer, who as testified that these 6 were involved.

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    5. Yes let's not forget about "Norman" who is one of the 6 officers falsely accused. And you pal are very much confused.

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  28. I want the supervisors lock up . The Higher Ranking supervisors who order Lt .Liciardello to play the numbers game .Lt .Liciardello was giving orders to run up the numbers (arrest ) .Lt. Liciardello I hope he give up Blackburn , and the rest of those gutless supervisors , who push this kind of behavior .

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    1. I agree...if tommy the narc was just taking orders from his higher ups...he shouldnt be guilty they should. I wouldnt blame tom the narc for rolling over if he do.

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  29. VERDICT IS IN!!! LETS GO!!! NOT GUILTY!! Pray for these men, they deserve justice today! Should know within the hour!

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    1. Guilty, Guilty Guilty sorry I know how hard you've been routing for the bad guy cops to win, but truth and justice has prevailed and those six scumbags will be sleeping on cots tonight!!! p.s you need to open your eyes and stop blindly supporting piece of crap humans just because they are cops. Cops are just people at the end of the day, some good some bad, but to just blindly assume they are good is beyond stupid and will hurt you at some point in your life.

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    2. MY EYES ARE WIDE OPEN! I hope your ears are open so you could hear the NOT GUILTY verdict !

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  30. Just checked no verdict.

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    1. The jury has submitted their verdict- it just has not been told yet, will know with in the hour.

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    2. Ok got different answer....
      Will recheck. Thanks.

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  31. Ok 20 more mins then that guilty verdict gets read and I can finally allow my children to play outside again without being in fear of the corrupt police in this town.

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    1. LOOKS LIKE ITS A NICE DAY FOR YOUR KIDS TO PLAY INSIDE! hahahahah

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  32. I know that you are exaggerating 11:08 but you do have a point. If you commit a crime then you are a criminal and these six have committed hundreds of crimes, they are criminals not ex-cops, just plain old criminals. The city can rest better tonight knowing that these thugs aren't running around town committing crimes any longer.

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  33. Not guilty all charges

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  34. NOT GUILTYYYYYYYYYYY ACROSS THE BOARD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU GOD!!!!!!!

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  35. Guilty on all 24 counts!!!

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    1. KEEP DREAMING! Verdict is in and delivered!!!! NOT GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS- can you DUMB SHIT TALKING MOTHER F'ers READ THOSE WORDS!!!!
      NOT
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  36. NOT GUILTY!!!!!!!! EVERY MAN ON EVERY COUNT NOT GUILTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GOD IS GOOD!!
    WHERE YOU AT NOW MOTHER FUCKER SHIT TALKING SCUM OF THIS EARTH!!!!!!!!!!!

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  37. NOOOOOOTTTTTTTTTT GUILLLLTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!! GOD IS GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  38. So with their dream team lawyers they beat the case, just like any high profile criminal they beat the system, good for them, reminds of the O.J case, if you spend over a million on lawyers how can you lose, another criminal set free becasue of our lax judicial system. I cant believe these thugs beat this case, money trumps all I guess, and the F.O.P invested a ton of money helping these thugs be sent free,

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    1. The FOP did not pay for their defense. It wasn't a lax judicial system, it was a lax case put on by the prosecutors and federal government. They should be ashamed for wasting tax payers' money for that sham of a case.

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  39. They won so its fair.
    I bow to the peep who supported the cops although i didnt,they beat the trial and they deserve to go free.

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  40. You can have Mr. Bubba all to yourself , you jerkoff !!!! NOT GUILTY !!!!!!!!!!

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  41. OFFICER Spicer
    OFFICER Liciardello
    OFFICER Speiser
    OFFICER Reynolds
    OFFICER Betts
    OFFICER Norman.
    TODAY IS A GREAT DAY!!!!!! You OFFICERS got the justice you deserved and I hope the federal government gets what they deserve for what they put you 6 men through!
    NOT GUILTY ACROSS THE BOARD- Go home and hold your families tight tonight gentlemen !!!
    I COULD NOT BE HAPPIER FOR YOU 6!!
    Thank you for all that supported and prayed for these men!!!' THE DAY IS FINALLY HERE THEY CAN PUT THIS BEHIND THEM!!!!!

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    1. Its a beutifull day M.T in the city of brotherly Love thank you Jurors for seeing what it was a travesty. Take care M.T and Jimmy G

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    2. Thanks JB! You too! Today is a great day!

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  42. Not guilty! If you read philly.com they have been investigating licardello since 2005 and since then they have nothing. The fbi and us attorneys office should be the ones being investigated.

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  43. Delta force boys will sing the Star Spangled Banner and fire their M16s and. Glocks in the air. Teddy bear commish hiding in the stall.

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  44. Who.s your daddy now baby. Welcome home boys bussiness as usual. And for all you flunkie cops and drug dealers get ready cause the shit gonna hit streets now and theres no place to hide. And that fat fuckin commissioner and Mayor should resign immediately

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  45. Hows Mr. bubba feel now you scum dumpster !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hey mr bubba, BIG TOMMY SAID FUCK YOU!!!

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  46. HERE WE GO JEALOUS OFFICERS AND SCUM OF THE EARTH, WHERES THE EXCUSES AT AS TO WHY AND HOW THEY "BEAT" THE CASE. YOU FUCKING LOSERS.
    HOWS THAT NOT GUILTY VERDICT FEEL IN YOUR ASS?????????????

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    1. HOW DO YOU FEEL NOW? BETTER GO HIDE YOUR CRACK ASSHOLES

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    2. Chill out cuz

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  47. Great news. Enjoy going home free men.

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  48. Guess their badges won't be getting melted down. Boys should be waiting on a public apology.

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  49. free atlast free atlast thank god all mighty all 6 are free atlast GREAT DAY

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  50. Ok all you haters flunkie cops and convicted drug dealers SING ALONG WITH JB
    THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN !!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In your fucking Asses hard and Deep you fucking Jerkoff pieces of shit been along time coming and its gonna get better and better when they return to there Jobs with back pay and Lawsuits that civil kitty you had on the side start cutting checks for the Boys and there familys cause it just gets better and better from here. God bless you boys and your familys.

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  51. Karma is a bitch Jeff Walker, I hope you rot in jail for the rest of your life. Good is good, and we are all so very happy with the NOT GUILTY verdict !

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  52. Time to re write the ending to your book WALKER.!!!!!!

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    1. M.T I love it, the no good bastard. rot in hell Walker

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  53. Now everyone can stop talking shit about these 6 guys and they can stop talking shit about bottles McCloskey or whatever the hell you losers call him and you can stop talking shit about O'Malley, this squad hands down was the best in the field unit

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  54. Congrats boys!!!

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  55. It.s a friggin beautifull day M.T Just got in from work i am so happy for these Boys. I been lmao all afternoon. The next big story you will hear this summer and quote former officer Jeff walker Dead with self inflicted gun shot to the head. Oh im sorry he.s in jail my Bad . Lol Several bodys were seen floating in the Delaware they are believed to be those who testified against the 6 narco cops. It is assumed they were killed by the drug dealers they snitched on film at eleven. See karma my---ga.s is a Mother ---ker. Same for you flunkie ass out cast officers who turned on there Brothers your day is coming too. Hope one day to Meet you M.T and the Boys for a nice Drink on me take care and Best to your familys.

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    1. It has been a pleasure JB!! What the Feds did to these OFFICERS is inexcusable, but the outcome today could not have ended any better!!!! Karma is indeed a mother f'er!
      Thank you for keeping the support for these gentlemen going on this page! Have a great night JB!

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    2. You said it right, THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN!!

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    3. Interesting how excited a roxborough resident and convicted drug dealer is about the verdict. His wife posted on fb how thankful she is that her and her husbands good friend (tommy) is free. kinda makes you wonder.

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  56. Thank you God!!! It's over !!!!! I hope Jeff never gets out of jail

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