Sounds to me like this guy was just helping Crawford get ready for games at Yankee Stadium......;)
That is one way to flush a career in law enforcement down the toilet.
Double plus ungood, and thought crime too.
Can't argue about the latter two,anyway.......
Get over it pansey-ass.
Much ado about nothing.
I cannot believe that there are freepers that support people losing employment and facing prosecution for speech and thought crimes. Pathetic.
If you offend a member of a federally designated victim group you face the consequences.
Was he a Black cop who called a white palyer honky, whitebread, or cracker? Never mind.
Not really knowing what was said and only based upon this little information in this article, I would have to say that the “officer” should perhaps issue an apology and that be that.
If he did it while in uniform, that is a potential issue. If he said unkind baddie bad things out of uniform, well then where’s the beef. Is the “Officer” a loud mouth? Based upon the article, yes. Is there a law against being a dumb load mouth? Nope.
Is there a law against saying meanie mean baddie things? Nope, not yet.
In the history of baseball, has anyone else uttered meanie mean baddie things against players? Oh never ever /sarc...
So, as King Solomon the Wise Guy, I say since this has been blown out of all sense of proportion, have the “Officer” issue a public apology and go forth and be a loud mouth no more. Hurrrrummmpphhh! Oh, and Play Ball!