Friday, May 1, 2015

The Milkman Delivers

By George Anastasia
For Bigtrial.net

It was a primer on police narcotics field work, a street-level view of the war on drugs.

And it was given by an unassuming former milkman who worked the dairy beat in South Philadelphia for 11 years before going to the Police Academy.

For nearly five hours today Michael Spicer, one of six Philadelphia Police Department narcotics officers charged in a federal corruption case, testified in his own defense -- and by extension in defense of his five co-defendants.

Calm and confident, and at time self-effacing, Spicer, 49, walked the federal court jury through a series of incidents that are at the heart of the corruption indictment. Again and again, he denied the allegations, responding to questions from defense attorney Jack McMahon with short and clear answers.

"That's not true . . . That never happened . . . That's a lie," Spicer said, never raising his voice or showing any anger.

It was a steady mantra of denials sprinkled through hours of testimony that included quips, asides and a detailed account of his 12 years working narcotics, including five with the Narcotics Field Unit where prosecutors contend Spicer and his co-defendants became bandits with badges.

Contradicting the testimony of more than a dozen admitted drug dealers and one dirty cop, Spicer said cash and drugs seized during raids were always accounted for, never pocketed. He said police always wore bullet proof vests label POLICE during raids and always announced themselves, sometimes forcefully. And he said he never, ever saw any member of the squad hide his face behind a ski mask during a raid as several prosecution witnesses have contended.

Spicer will be back on the stand when the trial resumes before Judge Eduardo Robreno on Monday. The judge told the jury closing arguments are likely to begin Tuesday, a scenario that would set up jury deliberations sometime later next week, the sixth week of the controversial trial.

Dressed in a suit, white shirt and tie, and wearing black rimmed glasses, Spicer was on the stand from around 10:30 a.m. until court adjourned for the day at 4:30 p.m. It appears he will be the only defense witness who will testify. His appearance came after three days of testimony in which the defense called a parade of police officers and officials. Like Spicer, they have refuted most of the allegations presented by the prosecution witnesses.

Authorities allege that over a six-year period beginning in 2006, the members of the Narcotics Field Unit stole more than $500,000 in drugs, cash and other valuables, planted evidence, lied on arrest reports and falsified other documents to cover their tracks. Supervisors, the prosecution alleges, looked the other way because the unit had a high arrest rate.

Spicer and co-defendant Thomas Liciardello, the lead defendant, were named in most of the criminal acts cited in the indictment. Today McMahon questioned him about 13 of 17 "episodes" detailed in the criminal case. He is expected to testified about the remaining four when he gets back on the stand Monday and then faced a grueling cross-examination by the prosecution which has to be concerned about a defense presentation that has challenged the credibility and honesty of virtually ever government witness.

Whether Spicer will be able to maintain his cool will be one of the things to watch next week. Several defense witnesses have verbally clashed with prosecutors, setting up a potential "who do you trust" dilemma for jurors.

Spicer could emerge as the defense's star witness. Constantly using his hands as he spoke, he was conversational in tone, looking directly at the jury as he offered details and explanations, sometimes with drama, at other times with humor.

Asked how the drug unit approached a location in what he called a "knock and announce" procedure, Spicer banged three times on the witness stand with his open palm, then shouted into the microphone, "POLICE! SEARCH WARRANT!"

On other occasions, he said, the squad would "breach" a locked door using a small, hand-held battering ram. He then described how he had unknowingly used the ram on what turned out to be a hollow wooden door.  His momentum, he said, carried him halfway through the door, leaving him stuck in the shattered wooden structure.

He had the jurors smiling and laughing when he joked about the age of the mother of one of the drug dealers nabbed in a raid and again when he said he and other officers played basketball with another target between phone calls the then cooperating dealer made to set up buys in which his suppliers would be arrested.

The dealer, himself a basketball coach, "wasn't very good," Spicer said.

He also recounted how another targeted dealer "begged" not to be jailed and agreed to cooperate. Not because he wanted to help police, Spicer said, but because the dealer had tickets to a Phillies World Series game that weekend and didn't want to miss it.

Drug buys were part of the field unit strategy, he said, but most could not be made without the use of an informant. Dealers, he said, were cautious about whom they sold to. You couldn't, he said to the jury with a smile, walk up to a street corner dealer and say, "Excuse me sir, I'm a cocaine purchaser. Could you sell me two of your finest bags?"

He also offered a glossary of terms, explaining that "fronting" meant a dealer bought drugs on consignment and paid after selling his product and going back for a new supply. He said "knock and talk" was a technique sometimes used in which an arresting officer would go to a family member of a target, a mother, father, wife, and explain what was going on in an attempt to get them to help convince the  target to cooperate.

It wasn't always successfully, he said, seguing into a story about a hearing impaired South Philadelphia drug dealer who "shut off his hearing aid" when his sister began to berate and harangue him as police searched his home.

Asked about the often upside down state of a room or an apartment after a police search, Spicer said there was a method to the madness, but that more often than not the room or apartment was a mess when police finished looking.

"Sometimes it was better," he said of the houses and apartments that, even before the police arrived, could be dirty, smelly and in chaos. "Most times it was worse," he added.  But searches were a crucial part of any investigation. Armed with warrants police went in looking for drugs and cash. Over his 12 years in narcotics, he said, he had found drugs in plastic bags stuffed under the cream cheese in cream cheese containers, in tampon boxes, in baby shoes and rolled up and stuffed in the crotch area of thermal underwear.

Spicer's testimony was viewed as an effective presentation of the position of all six defendants in the case. Until the jury comes back with a verdict, there is no way to be certain if that strategy worked.

But as one trial observer quipped at the end of today's session, "If you can't trust your milkman, who can you trust?"

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

102 comments:

  1. Praying for you and your family Spice. Go Get Em !

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    1. That's the problem He went after their wallet instead , of the criminal act the drug dealers were committing !!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. Can anyone of the haters please explain why the jury will convict anyone on the drug dealer testimony or walkers. Please explain to me without stupuidity why you think the jury believed them.

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  2. They could not have picked a better man for the job. Good Luck Officer Spicer

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  3. Officer Spicer, I commend you for your ability to remain calm when you and your fellow officers' lives are on the line. I sincerely hope that the jury understands that your squad had to be aggressive in getting the poison off the street and come back with the right verdict. I, as Lt. Otto, don't understand how it came to this.

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    1. We do they are thieves ,stop being a knucklehead .Little tommy was crying like a baby when he was put into the cell . Chief Werner and Blackburn know if little tommy gets convicted ,He will make a deal for a light sentence . Their will be more arrest to come . Their wife's and girl friends will have to shop at Wal-Mart ,because the gravy train is derailed

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  4. Go get them Spicer, an out standing officer, I'm praying for a NOT GUILTY verdict, we got your back

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    1. You got His Back make sure you watch your wallet . By the way next time your at the fop , Buy sergeant bottles a drink . He looks like He can use one !!!!!

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  5. Wooo you haters and jealous rejects that hold a badge you still think the jury is gonna convict you sorry piesces of shit. After Monday it.ll take 3 hrs to comeback unanimously NOT GUILTY! !!! YOU BADGE WEARING SLAP DICKS. YOUR F---INNG DISGARACE. AND THE ONLY REASON 3 HRS WILL BE BECAUSE OF LUNCH. GOD BLESS YOU BOYS WISH YOU WELL

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    1. Set them free no way ,Those cops are low life's .We who try do make good arrest ,we do not want to work with psycho Tommy , and His Gang of follow the leader not law !!!!!!

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  6. SATINS STEP CHILDMay 1, 2015 at 8:47 PM

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    1. YOU ILLITERATE, STUPID, MISS SPELLING, UNEDUCATED FUCK.

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    2. SATIN STEP CHILDMay 1, 2015 at 9:52 PM

      Jim G i think u miss understood who this was meant for. Strickly for the dealers and those sorry pieces of shit cops who run down these 6 hero.s

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    3. Hero's are you Talking about The Milkman Spicer and co-defendant Thomas Liciardello and His gang of thugs . They were rogue cops . The feds and Seth Williams knows , there are more crooked cops in that unit of Thieves . More cops are going to get arrested . They are going to be higher ranking supervisors .

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  7. Why can't the other 5 officers testify also.If you have nothing to hide, then testify

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    1. why would they want to do that to the jury? No need to hear the same testimony from 5 other people. That would just be dragging it out just like the prosecution did. They had absolutely no evidence and embarrassed themselves for 4 weeks.

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  8. I commend you Officer Spicer for getting up there, you have a lot of people on your team praying you, your family and your 5 fellow officers. We pray for your strength to get through the rest of this trial and as much as I'm sure you would like to rip the prosecutors head off Monday, that you stay calm and FINALLY get to tell your side of the story. They COULD NOT have picked a better man to represent these 6 men on the stand. Go Get Em!!

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    1. hey knucklehead, that a****** had to get up there and testify because the lawyers know it looks real real bad, so it's sort of like a hell Mary pass,and wait until the prosecutor gets him Monday, he terrorized me boy, he's a liar and a thief,he's a bully,laugh out loud the milkman

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  9. why is it ok for the confidential informants to be taken as truthful citizens to help the narcs arrest people but now these same type of people are lieing on the stand about the narcs .The informant was a drug dealer before he or she became an informant.But now the drug dealers words don't matter.If your a Cop or citizen it can't make sense. If the drug dealing informants are liars, then please let the cops free and everyone they arrested.

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    1. The police use the informant to set up another dealer. If that set up of another person does not go down, the informant goes to jail. The police can tell right then and there if the informant is lying to them. Usually, they tell the truth because they do not want to go to jail. In this case, the drug dealers are on the stand telling lies so that these officers will be found guilty and the amount of money they get from suing the City will triple in their civil suit.

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    2. Do you read what your typing."The informants(drug dealer)tell the truth to the narcs because they don't want to goto jail" . that's ok to use their statement to arrest people. But now the words of the drug dealer can't be believed.There is motive for the informant/dealer in both instances It makes no sense.These self indulging cops embarrassed us all!!!!

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  10. So sad for these officers families. Especially the officers children. I'll pray for them.

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  11. Officer Spicer,
    The men and women of the jury will see what a fine, hard working individual you are. For the many of us that can not be there we are cheering you on from afar and looking forward to the start of getting your life back next week. As soon as I saw the titled of this article I knew great things would follow, and they did. You are a great man for getting up there and being the voice of your fellow officers. No doubt they will be proud.

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  12. SPICE, MAKE WZOREK YOUR BITCH ON MONDAY.

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  13. Officer Spicer For The Win!!!!!!!

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  14. its only a matter of time before the rif raf jumps in but until then........I commend Officer Spicer on his choice to take the stand, I always think the jury would like to hear from the defendents them selves and they picked an outstanding officer to be that voice.

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  15. The best witnesses for the defense has been the key witnesses/"victims" that the persecution put on the stand. The one couldn't tell Norman (large/black) from Speiser(average/white) apart? The other accused Reynolds of stealing a watch that Reynolds owned well before they arrested this "victim"? The agents involved couldn't find a paper trace on any of this alleged stolen money? The agents never corroborated the "victims" stories by way of where they say the money came from? The agents failed to catch these guys on a sting? It only took one sting to catch admitted scum bag Jeff walker. Come on! Even a blind man can see that these men are not guilty. Oh and, conveniently, Jeff walker at some point or another in all of these alleged incidents, was alone with money and drugs: the same incidents in which money and drugs have been allegedly stolen. Now the main witness (Walker) who has had an ax to grind with these guys blames them in exchange for leniency? This is painfully obvious. The only one guilty is the only one caught. Walker.
    No one else made any deals or flipped because they had nothing to offer on account of they did nothing illegal! WELL DONE, SPICE! KEEP YOUR HEADS UP FELLAS! NOT GUILTY!!

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  16. You got this Mike, don't let that little Pussy Wzorek get under your skin Monday. Let this Jury hear the truth. Goodluck Brother.

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  17. OFFICER Spicer, we will be saying a prayer for you monday as you face these people that did this to you and your fellow officers. I know you will handle it with grace and pride. A Great OFFICER to get this job done.

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  18. Thanks for getting up there and showing the FEDS what a real Star Witness looks like.
    Knock em dead Spice.
    If ya cant trust your milk man, who can ya trust!

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  19. Way to go Mike! Everyone and anyone with any common sense knows that this whole case is bs! We are praying for you guys and you have all of our support!

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  20. I can see hater feedback was at a all time low do to the fact welfare checks snd Social Security checks were out for the first of the month there therefore Drug dealers were a little more busy than usual.
    Mr Spicer was a breath of fresh air. Well spoken complete sentences humorous at times they said and direct eye contact to jury. No question this young man with his life and others on the line could.ve been a little nervous who would.nt . But his professionalism from his on the job training kicked in and the rest as they say Priceless. Good luck next wk Sir and wish you and your fellow defendants and familys well. I would said fellow cops but there are a bunch here that are not deserving of the badge they wear. Unlike these 6 who are well derserving and hero.s in most of our eyes.

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  21. WOW!!!!! The haters silence on hear is deafening. They probably never had to testify in a real courtroom with real arrests and real defendants, so they're not sure what to say. Great job Mr. Spicer.

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  22. Go get em Spice!!! You and the boys and your families have been in my prayers! It's almost over!!!

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  23. The feds never lose.someone is going to have to take the fall.To much time n money spent.

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    1. The Feds never lose? Didn't the traffic court judges just get found not guilty??

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    2. Yes someone will take the fall and that will be Walker Spending the rest of his life in jail.

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    3. THE Feds never lose????? Mike Vassallo, Lamont Fox, John Ohanlon, Ed greene Les Johnson, any of those names ring a bell. the Feds lose when they indict truly innocent cops. The feds could have saved alot of money and time had they interviewed one of the 6 on trial. They would have cleared up the total misconceptions and the lies being told. Hearing Spicer testify yesterday cleared up a whole lot for that jury.

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    4. Its a game to the feds, its a career move and nothing more. High profile trial, better law firm job when they move from prosecutor to defense attorney. Lets see, multiply the thousands horrified by the Traffic Court fiasco, now the thousands and thousands disillusioned with the feds on this trial. Maybe its time to start asking questions, instead of waiting to be the next victim.

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    5. Same prosecutor on this case that was on the traffic court case, ANTHONY WZOREK.
      Can't wait to see where they stick him after this trial. Hopefully in the ground.

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  24. When the feds use a grand jury the conviction rate decreases significantly. The grand jury being used essentially equates to "let's throw this shit on the wall and see what sticks". The grand jury only hears the prosecution's side and only hears the prosecutor question the "victims"without any cross examination by the defense attorneys.
    Had the feds done a thorough investigation they wouldn't have needed a grand jury and, had that been the case, I'd agree with you
    They didn't use a grand jury to arrest scum bag Jeff Walker right? No! They caught him red handed and had ample evidence to arrest him without having to ask the public "uh, what do you guys think?"
    The grand jury was a cop out (no pun intended) used because they didn't knows how an actual trial would've went. The grand jury is a dry run for the feds. If they vote to indict (which when only hearing one side of the story with no one but the person on your side asking questions, how couldn't you?) That means the feds think that in an actual trial, they'll get a guilty verdict so they proceed.
    As i said, had they actually done a thorough investigation they wouldn't have needed a grand jury because they wouldn't have found any evidence of wrongdoing. Why? Because there was none. How didn't their supervisor (Otto) not get interviewed? Wouldn't her be suspected of corruption if it were this involved?
    They did a shoddy investigation, at best, took the word of drug dealers and a scum bag "cop" and that was it. They didn't even try to corroborate some of these "victims" stories to help their case! Poor form!
    Not guilty. All the way.

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  25. Alot of use are going to be upset when they get found guilty, use are putting these cops on a pedestal they may have done alot of good but also bad to they are goin to get made examples out of.

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    1. Did you really just write the word use????

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    2. yes he did, not once but twice.

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    3. It's not use but you, and not to but too! Take an English class you illiterate fuck.

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    4. What pedestal do you have the feds on, your still not getting it, the feds lie. That seems to be the hardest part for most Americans. The prosecutors tell outright lies and give erroneous facts to the grand jury to get an indictment .Drug dealers with nothing to lose and everything to gain by lying. Its a classic textbook case , They are attorneys but have a license to lie. The facts don't matter to them, they cant get in trouble. Only us ham sandwiches get in trouble.








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  26. Them days of railroading and making examples works when you have ample evidence and audio and testimony that can be used. Are you friggin haters that blind and arrogant. Please tell me where the feds proved these Gentleman commited these crimes. Most of them convicts if not all contradicted there testimony .. and Walker might as well stayed home or at the bar or where ever they have him. NOT GUILTY.
    The defense made there minds up a week ago. This is icing on the cake. For you haters a couple more days then the shit hits the fan for real when these boys file lawsuits and put your asses in the hot seat. Turn about is fair play. Little food for thought have a nice nite. Gonna watch the fight.

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  27. Anonymous 7:50 you talk that computer tough guy shit I live in south philly im around whenever.

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    1. ......a guy whos case was dropped. dont worrie tough guy, you'll be back in prison one day. Then you will have plenty of time to learn to read and write.

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    2. Someone who is around "whenever" because he doesnt have a job just offered someone out and signed his name Anonymous. Now if that's not "computer tough guy shit"...no idea what is.

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  28. Yes indeed couple more days boys hang in there and you.ll be home and able to release all that anxiety and focus on moving forward with family and getting some normal activity back into to your lives.
    As for you other 19 and band of fellow haters would.nt pay a nickle to be one of you. And for the handjob cop who will say i got a clear head will have one when the right people slap it simple . Till then crawl back into your little holes and do whatever it is that nasty scum hating unhappy troubled people like you do.

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  29. Well George hear Skinny has been released and is doing fine in Fla are envelopes still flowing ? Also when or is the Ronny The Wig Galati Ins trial to begin if at all.

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  30. http://reason.com/archives/2015/04/23/not-your-grandfathers-fbi#.j7nnwh:oHHF

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  31. I don't understand why anyone would even respond to the illiterate posters who obviously have an agenda. They are obviously cop haters for a reason, because they chose to commit crimes instead of working for an honest living.

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    1. I agree with you but it's fun to make fun of them.

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    2. No they are honest cops who hate ,The Milkman Spicer and co-defendant Thomas Liciardello and his gang of thugs .Little Tommy is a low life with a badge . He had no business being a cop . His mentally was go to plane clothes and make money .The only problem His way was against the Law . We need to clean the department out of Mentally challenge Officers ,who think when they get a badge, its a right to steal money .Narcotics unit does not mean your retirement fund !!!!!!!!!!!!

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    3. And you my friend are a under achiever cry baby piece of shit with kool aid in his veins. No matter what you think they might have done it has not been proven in this trial. And that you slap dicks is the only thing that matters here everything else is hear say. PROVE IT AND THAT HASN.T HAPPENED HERE. NOT GUILTY """""

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  32. The Milkman Spicer and co-defendant Thomas Liciardello, They need to answer for their crimes . We know the people they arrested were scum ,but they were bigger scum .They wanted the proceeds of drug dealers ,so they went out and Lied on warrants and kidnap people and stole money . They are scum and deserve no compassion from the Honest Police officers who did not violate their oath .

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    1. Weekend business must have slowed down and the welfare check has been cashed. Look who is back.

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    2. The reason these guys need to be found innocent ,They have Girlfriends and kids to support . Some have multiple family's to support . Thomas Liciardello wife will have to pawn her gold jewelry . That's not fair . We need these crooks back on the Street , where they can do what's best, for Philadelphia City of brotherly love .

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    4. Spicer The milkman don't worry they have Milk in prison. On Sundays you get chocolate milk and Cake !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  33. I see the tide went out and the bottom feeders are back. Welfare check is spent baby mama been swallowing somebody elses tilt all weekend and those cops who could.nt crack it as narc cops are back running down 6 of there own.
    But thats ok should be over by Wed or thurs with a NOT GUILTY ON ALL CHARGES. See no matter whats been said here by us the Jurors sure know when the wool is being pulled over there eyes by the prosecution .

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  34. Jury isnt allowing these 6 officers to go on living life unpunished. This judge will give this very jury specific instruction for deliberation. The jury will take these instructions as meaning these six officers are guilty of something.

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  35. Anonymous 9:16 I'm from South Philly as well, just went to Neumann and learned how to read and write. I'm listed as Anonymous right now but won't need to soon. No keyboard tough guy here buddy. When this is done I'll be glad to smack your pussy ass around. I just love people that talk a good game and can't back it up. We'll meet up after tough guy.

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    1. Maybe you should read the oath you took to get on the job . Your gang of six did not read oath .

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    2. Clown at 5:53. Good lord you are silly.

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  36. Can anyone of the haters please explain to me how anyone of the jurors can convict on drug dealers testimony or walkers. Please explain to me without stupidity why you think the jurors believed them

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    1. Pigs will fly through your living room and make you breakfast before that happens JB

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    2. You guys take out warrants on drug dealers information . You have scum for informants . So why would you not have scum cops like little Tommy and the Milkman . Little Tommy I hope He has his teddy bear in the cell with Him..

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    1. Well you sound like a nice fella I can see why lady's would flock to you....

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  38. GOODLUCK TOMORROW OFFICER SPICER!!!! We are routing for you! Don't let Wzorek piss you off then you'll just be giving him what he wants! Go get em brother!!!

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  39. Tommy Guilty all 22 counts of police corruption.

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  40. Yup and your mom and wife only slept with your dad and you. See you wanna make stupid comments we can go on forever. Just the facts and for some reason or another you few can.t get that for the last five wks. To much to ask for i guess. We all know the right decision. Whether that happens remains to be seen. See if they are found guilty then the feds really learned that they don.t need to get the truth and that can get real interesting in trials to come down the road
    This trial is also been a test run for future cases with lack of evidence and audio and facts but being there the Government and tried the case anyway are they hoping that the Jurors will convict on that alone we shall see. Alot is at stake here and for future trials.

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    1. better then sleeping with Mr. Bubba .

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  41. Little Tommy and gang will be taking a class trip to Bubba land . They are going to have lots of fun playing hide the salami . And guess what all expensive pay by Uncle Sam . Isn't Uncle Sam a nice uncle . Little Tommy and His gang will staying at Bubba land for 10 years . Wow they really must know somebody to get that much time at Bubba land . Take care guys have a good time enjoy yourself .

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    1. Where is Bubba land ?

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  42. Little Tommy don't worry Fat Johnny says . when you get out of jail , you can DJ at the FOP Lounge . Way to go fat Johnny . When you get out you and Fat Johnny can exchange war story's . Wait a minute Little Tommy Fat Johnny may not be around .

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  43. Well todays a good day to wrap up this sorry trial and get down to closing arguments. We should have a decision Wed or thursday. Not much for the Jury to contemplate here . Lessons from this trial will be learned on both sides when this decision is made. Hopefully the Jury as i truly believe will set these boys free after what was presented here. And these fine officers can move on with there lives. Our prayers are with you.
    Good luck today Spicer it.ll be bussiness as usual for you like riding a bike. Can.t keep a good man down and the Jury will see that today.

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  44. Knock em dead today spicer and put the final nail in the coffin of the feds ridiculous case and shut these anonymois dealers and sorry ass cops up.

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  45. Officer Spicer.. I know you are going to be great up there today!! Good luck to all you guys.

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  46. Listen - they are fighting for their lives. However, the TRUTH is that they committed these crimes and mitigated their actions due to the facts that they are drug dealers.

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    1. You wouldn't know the truth if it slapped you in the face. And neither would the drug dealers who testified in this case. Lie, after lie, after lie. They couldn't keep their lies straight. They are fighting for their lives because they were indicted on trumped up charges. The investigation was shoddy at best.

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  47. Spicer going for the knock out today!! Praying for you and your brothers in blue!!

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  48. F them flying liar coppers. They are snakes and reptilians TO THE WAR DOGS WITH THESE SCOUNDRELS AND MAY HELL ALONE RECEIVE THEIR WORM INFESTED SOULS!

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  49. You Got This Spicer, We Are All Pulling For You, You Are All In Our Prayers. Feds are no god damn good.

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  50. To hell with THESE SIX UNWANTED BOVINE. The Lord has no mercy on their souls. THEY ARE DOOMED TO THE PITS OF ETERNAL DARKNESS WHERE THEY MAY CONTINUE TO PRACTICE THEIR EVIL CRAFT. A CURSE HAS FALLEN UPON THESE SIX HUMAN VULTURES! And it is this same curse that has fallin or their loved ones. Guolty by the powers of HOODOO. THEY BE FOUND GUILTY FOR EVVVVVVVVVVVVVERRRRR!!!

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    1. Let he or she who has.nt sined cast the first stone. With that said if i was one the brothers of these 6 guys and ran into these flunkie cops running them down i would take that badge and stick it where the sun don.t shine and im no computer tough guy but im good at what i do you pieces of shit. And for you democrat drug dealing scum you better break camp while you can because if you think your shit was raggedy before. These guys get found not guilty theres no place you can hide your own people will give you up. Because anyone doing any kind of illegal business will be shook down till everyone of you are back in jail. And you think you got lumped up before karmas a bitch my ---ga.s

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  51. Narcotics unit needs to replace everybody . To many crooks in that unit .

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  52. Spicer is a crook , everybody in the Philadelphia police department , hope they are found guilty .They give every cop a bad name . Spicer in Home depot with his pocket full of dirty money . If they are not found guilty they should never wear a badge . They are the real scum with badges ,that is the terrifying thing . We need to go after the supervisors in Narcotics .

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    1. Narcotics is the unit people go to , to get that extra cash in their pocket . The first thing supervisors tell you how they divide the cash . Does anybody believe Lt. Otto or sergeant drunk McCloskey . I do not thing so .Commissioner Ramsey is a fraud .His Deputy Police Commissioners are afraid to stand up to Him ,especially when He cover for high ranking supervisors who committed numerous felonies . Look what they did do Chief inspector Tony Boyle he knows ,He complained now He is saying He is sorry He said It ,What a coward ,I hope He stays in radio forever .

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  53. Lt Otto looks like Largo the bad guy in the James Bond Movie thunder ball . Nobody believes Largo .

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  54. Alright for those of you who wanna change things in phila PD get your sorry asses out there and start protesting for Uncle Charles Chuck Ramsey Resignation thats as good as place as any to start and see how that works and go from there

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  55. George how is spicer doing did he tell them how it really went down and not hear say from flunkies and drug dealerd looking for a promotion and light sentence.

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  56. Knock em dead Spice!

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  57. To say OFFICER SPICER blew them out of the water today would be an UNDERSTATEMENT
    you can fine the FEDS passed out drunk at the closest bar to the courthouse right about now. YOU KILLED IT SPICE!!!!!!
    When the feds call to offer you a job on their team, dont take it!

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  58. The FEDS dont want someone who is articulate, professional, knowledgeableand factual on their team. So dont worry Spicer they aint calling anytime soon. Awesome job today

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  59. Sugar and SPICE and everything nice,,,,they will walk out with their heads held high,
    how come now the cops are the bad ones......we should have Rizzo back, he didn't
    care what color you were, bad was bad and
    when they walk Nutter should hold a press conference and apologize for calling
    them scumbags...I think the scumbags were the the liars that testified...I pray the Jury
    has some common sense to see through it all !!!!!!!!

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