I was walking down a street of a known drug block in Jamaica, Queens New York. The time was about 3:15 PM, on a Thursday in 1981. I was going to the local pizza parlor at the end of the block. I saw these two youngsters standing in front of an abandoned building known as a local drug infested head quarters, after dark. I walked over to the boys with book bags and books in hand, and I began to be a good samiritan.
You guys know that they sell drugs out of this building and if the cops comes by and see you standing here, you know their gonna stop and harass you, and if they find any drugs around you (and I looked around and picked up an empty paper bag) like let's say this had crack in it, you'd go to Juvee (Juvenile Hall or Jail from Juveniles (and then I threw the bag back on the ground, but before the bag hit the ground we. the boys and I were surrounded by under cover cops).
The supervising detective had us get against the wall and then he spoke on his walkie talkie and asked if we were the ones, and the voice on the other end, said we were not the ones, and to let us go. As the supervising detective was instructing us to leave and not to return to a drug location, another Detective (we'll call him Detective Providence) drove his vehicle up on the sidewalk and instructed the Supervising Detective to arrest me. His exact words were, "Lock him up"! I was innocent, but still I found myself getting into the back of a police car while wearing handcuffs. I was forced to ride around the city inb the Police car all night, it seemed like forever.
When I got to the Police Station, (about 3am) Detective Providence began to menace me. He asked did he look familar and I told him that "I was not gay or interested", he replied that "they were gonna love a funny man like me in prison".
About 5 AM Detective Providence came back to my cell and asked if I remembered his face, and I explained to him that "I didn't know it was his wife I had a slumber party with" and he told me that he would be sure to make my trip to prison very comfortable.
About 7:45AM, Detective Providence returned once again. I was exhausted, scared and fed up with the entire situation, and definitely not in the mood to make any more jokes. Detective Providence asked me what High school I went to, and I told him John Bowne. He said he went there too. He then asked what year I graduated, and I told him 1981. He said he graduated the same year. I began to revisit my former high school memories and realized that I did know this guy, he was a punk/nerd/ and one of those guys that offered to carry books and do homework for others just to fit in. I told him I knew him, and that he was still willing to break the rules to fit in. I told him that I was innocent, and that I was gonna beat this case, so once again he failed. He then came close to the bars and in a whispering voice he said "I DON'T CARE IF YOU WIN OR LOSE, BUT I STILL WIN, CAUSE I GOT YOU IN THE SYSTEM". I suddenly woke up to this sad and twisted reality. I told my lawyer the entire story, she checked with school records and confirmed that we had a few fights in school, got a few referrals to the Deans office and were not the best of friends in school. Surprisingly she told me with tears in her eyes, that she could not take me to trial with the information she discovered. She said it would be impossible to convince a jury that a decorated police officer, hand picked by the Mayor actually abused his authority by settling a childhood/high school vendetta.
I copped a plea (Plea Bargain), recevied probation, no jail time and was able to have a felony placed on my criminal record.
I have never been in trouble since or before, but I became a felon because of Detective Providence. I learned that my attorney, a legal aid attorney was only a student that was supervised by an attorney. I put my hands in the hands of a student. Never again would I ever place my life in the hands of another, so I began to study the law, Civil Law, and Constitutional Law.
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