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NYPD Officer Still in India Over Weapons Case

April 18, 2014  | 

An Indian court says it won't rule before July 1 on the case of a New York City police officer arrested in New Delhi on a weapons charge, reports Fox News.

The New York Police Department says Manny Encarnacion was arrested in March after Indian authorities discovered three bullets he had accidentally packed in his luggage. He is out on bail but has been barred from leaving India until the case is resolved.

On Thursday, the police officer's attorney, Samarjeet Pattnaik, said the court heard a petition to throw out the arrest but gave no ruling.

The arrest follows a furor between the United States and India over the arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York City. But Indian authorities say the arrest had nothing to do with the diplomatic spat.

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AJ @ 4/18/2014 8:32 PM

Meanwhile in the good ole USA...

One last thing... get to know.. a hoaxer who saw the future.. his name is John Titor

What year is it? If you meet "One" you'll know it!

Ima Leprechaun @ 4/19/2014 6:14 PM

This is purely a political payback against NYPD for the arrest of an Indian diplomat. And as unfair as it is, India is still an infant as a country and they act like it too.

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