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A few weeks ago, I booked a cab on Long Islanders most popular yacht, the Toro.
The cab ride to the yacht’s dock was uneventful, but the first stop was the yacht club’s pool, a hot spot for men who don’t want to wear swimsuits.
It was hot, but also quiet, and my friend and I had a plan.
We would get our swimmers to the pool, then make our way down the stairs to the dock, where we would take our time, get our towels in, and get the swimmers ready for the pool party.
It wasn’t long before we were all there, and we were excited to see the sea of people.
But as we neared the docks, we found ourselves confronted with a new reality.
There was a line of people in the dock.
A man had been arrested, and a woman was holding a sign.
Her husband was in jail.
We saw a woman, sitting in a police van with a child.
As we walked down the dock to her house, she told us she was scared.
It’s been a long day, she said, and now she’s worried she might be shot.
“I’m going to be shot by a police officer,” she said.
She was right.
Two weeks later, in September, I visited the family of a man who had been shot in the leg.
His wife told me that her husband had been the target of a gun battle in their home.
They had been out at night when an officer had opened fire.
The officer was a former New York City police officer named Paul O’Neal.
After the shooting, the officer had taken to Facebook and shared an unflattering photo of O’Neill, who is black, and claimed that he was a racist.
O’Neil was fired from the police force, and then sued for defamation.
He was eventually found not guilty of the crime, but his wife lost her job and her husband lost his home.
O ‘Neal claimed that the shooting was a “targeted hate crime,” but in reality it was a retaliatory shooting by the police against a man accused of stealing his wife’s jewelry, which he had never touched.
“It was an innocent, young black man who was wrongfully convicted,” O’ Neal said, adding that he had nothing to do with the shooting.
“My wife and I have not seen our son for a long time, so I have a lot to say about this,” O ‘ Neal said.
“But I think the story is over.
The officers who used excessive force on my husband did so because they wanted to retaliate for his wrongful conviction.”
The day after the shooting at the home, I called O’Neal to tell him the news.
O Neal said he had no regrets about his actions.
“If I hadn’t been in the situation that I was in, I would never have committed the crime,” O Neal told me.
“And it wasn’t because I was angry.
It didn’t have to be.
It doesn’t matter how much you hate the police officer.
If you want to take the next step, you can.”
O’neals lawyer told me his client was going to sue the city of New York, the city’s Police Commissioner, and O’Chington.
He said he hoped the city would “hold the officers accountable.”
After a few weeks, I was able to find the documents that prove O’Neals involvement in the shooting and the lawsuit.
ONeal has filed an initial complaint with the city.
I visited O’Brien’s family in the New York state prison where he has been held since his arrest.
They told me O’Claughton was the only one of the four officers who fired the shot, and he had been cleared of any wrongdoing by the city after a six-week trial.
OBrien told me he has spent most of his life fighting racism.
“When you hear about this incident, it’s like a slap in the face,” OBrien said.
But OBrien has also been trying to help other police officers who are victims of misconduct or abuse.
“They’re victims, too, and they’re fighting it every day, every minute,” O Brians said.
I asked him about the incident that led to his arrest and the subsequent shooting.
O Brian was arrested in the early morning hours of August 20, 2014, at the residence of a woman who he had previously had a relationship with.
The woman had been in a relationship for years with a black man, and the relationship had been “unbearable.”
When O Briann confronted the man about his relationship, he told him to “get the f*** out of here.”
O Briany then confronted O BriAN in a heated argument.
O Breean shot the man in the head, killing him.
O Banyan told police that O Brián was upset that O’Connell had cheated on him.