Officer Franklin Mata
Call them confessions from behind closed doors. We’re finally hearing the answer to that question New Yorkers have been asking for months: how did 12 people acquit a pair of NYPD cops of rape?
Sentencing has been delayed for two former NYPD officers who were convicted of misconduct but acquitted of rape.
The acquittal of two NYPD officers accused in the rape of an East Village woman has sparked emotions from many. On Tuesday night we heard from their accuser — in her own words.
Prosecutors said the cops were supposed to be New York City’s finest, but instead were New York City’s worst.
There were dramatic developments Monday during closing arguments in the trial of two New York City Police officers accused of rape. The attorney for one of the officers said the victim is in it for the money.
Closing arguments were expected Thursday in the six-week long trial of two police officers charged with rape. Officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata could face up to 25 years in prison if they’re convicted.
It was another day of cross-examination for NYPD officer Kenneth Moreno as assistant district attorney Coleen Balbert grilled the cop accused of rape about the details on the night in question.
New York City police officer Kenneth Moreno, accused of raping an intoxicated woman in her Village apartment after helping her to get home, will return to the stand to face cross-examination. He claims he was just comforting a drunk, troubled woman.
Officer Kenneth Moreno took the stand during his own trial today and denied raping an intoxicated woman inside her Manhattan apt., but admitted to making a fake 911 call to return to her home.
An NYPD cop accused of standing lookout while his partner raped a drunken woman told a jury that they repeatedly visited the alleged victim’s apartment because they were concerned about her health.
The woman insisted she has no doubt police officers were with her that night. Her testimony may cause the officers to take the stand.
It was an emotional final day on the stand Monday for the woman accusing two NYPD officers of rape. The testimony was so raw, she broke down in court.
Grainy images on a building surveillance tape have become key evidence in the case against two NYPD officers accused of rape.