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NYPD: Officer Moonlighted As a Pimp

January 13, 2012  | 

NYPD Internal Affairs investigators have collected wiretap and surveillance evidence against a seven-year cop suspected of working as a pimp while off-duty.

Officer Monty Green was reportedly taped discussing "prostitution-related activities." The officer admitted having sex with a hooker and said he wanted to pimp the woman out, reports the New York Daily News.

The married officer hasn't been criminally charged in a probe dating back to 2009. However, the department has initiative termination proceedings.


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Eric Sanders @ 1/29/2012 7:33 PM

Hmm, I can tell you that I handled a similar case. Actually, the first case I ever tried in the Trial Room and won. In that case, the Department accused my client former Police Officer Howard Henderson, 113th Precinct with drug trafficking and associating with a violent Jamaican Drug Gang called "The Third World Crew."

Unbeknownst to the Department, one of their own undercovers former Detective Winston White, Queens Narcotics was on the wiretap and leaking information to "The Third World Crew." During the pendency of the Trial, former Detective White was arrested and convicted for drug trafficking along the Eastern Seaboard. Former Detective White is serving time in federal prison, his former partner Detective Wayne Swaby was terminated.

Former Police Officer Henderson was found "Not Guilty" of all charges. Visit http://articles.nydailynews.com/2005-06-29/local/18301456_1_drug-gang-gun-and-badge-cop

Visit http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nypd-accused-pimping-salacious-phone-tap-tells-daily-news-a-pimp-article-1.1013602?localLinksEnabled=false

Visit http://www.thesandersfirmpc.com

Eric Sanders @ 2/5/2012 12:12 PM

Police Department City of New York v. Police Officer Monty Green disparaged in the public domain as "The PIMP Cop." Trial commences on February 16, 2012 One Police Plaza, 4th Floor New York, N.Y. 10038 @ 1000 hours. The Trial is open to the general public. Come and view the so-called facts (rank speculation) for yourselves.

http://www.thesandersfirmpc.com/2012/01/29/nypd-officer-monty-green-says-i-am-not-a-pimp/

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