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abhorrent1: Why do you green stories from sites with pay walls? It's farking stupidhttp://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/nypd-arrested-shaking- re staurant-owner-prosecutors-article-1.1536045
Drubell: Well since I don't plan to sign up for the NY Times I'll take your word for it, subs
ErinPac: If that's the whole article, is the title referencing a different article? I don't see a groom mentioned and the brother mentioned is the other guy's brother, not the cop's.
symptomoftheuniverse: Thanks abhorrent1. Subbys a tard.
EggSniper: I don't see anything about burglary.
generallyso: The judge will probably say something like,"If I believed that sending him to prison would stop people from committing shakedowns I'd sentence him to the maximum but I don't believe that is the case so I'm setting him free." Almost an exact quote from the trial of another cop.
Warlordtrooper: How is his brother anyway relevant to him?
Harry Freakstorm: Log inNoLog inNoYou know what? I'll go to the home page, search for the article and copy and paste it here.¶ Shortly after opening a new restaurant in Astoria, Queens, this year, the owner received an unwelcome visitor, he said, who explained that it would cost him money to operate "in our neighborhood."Connect With NYTMetroMetro Twitter Logo.Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for news and conversation.¶ It was an unnerving demand, and that was before he knew who the man was, according to court papers. The man, Redinel Dervishaj, was the brother of one of Albania's most wanted fugitives, and had himself been the subject of a manhunt last year after a deadly brawl on Staten Island.¶ Seeking help, the restaurant owner called a police officer whom he considered a friend. Instead of intervening, the officer, Besnik Llakatura, 34, persuaded the restaurant owner to start paying Mr. Dervishaj, according to the authorities. "These people run Astoria," Officer Llakatura told him, court papers said.¶ What Officer Llakatura did not say was that he was a part of the extortion racket and was receiving a cut of the money, according to the authorities.¶ "The victim was further betrayed when seeking the assistance of Besnik Llakatura, an N.Y.P.D. officer whose sinister intentions were shrouded by his badge of honor," said George Venizelos, the assistant director in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's New York field office.¶ On Tuesday morning, Officer Llakatura was arrested at his home on Staten Island and charged with conspiracy and an attempt to commit extortion. Mr. Dervishaj and a third man, Denis Nikolla, were also charged.¶ The three defendants are all immigrants from Albania; the restaurant owner, identified in court papers as John Doe, was singled out, the authorities said, because he too was of Albanian descent.¶ Officer Llakatura appeared in Federal District Court in Brooklyn on Tuesday with the other two defendants. All thre ...
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