The two NYPD officers charged with raping a woman while they were on duty were supposed to be sentenced on Tuesday, but their court date was postponed. Their lawyers took the opportunity to make more infuriating claims about the victim.
To recap, Kenneth Moreno, who was charged with raping the woman, and his partner Franklin Mata, who was accused of standing guard during the incident, were both acquitted in May. Though several jurors said after the verdict that they believed the victim was telling the truth, they didn't convict the cops of the most serious charges because there was no DNA evidence (and of course, you can't really trust what a woman says, particularly if she's been drinking). Moreno and Mata were found guilty of the lesser charge of official misconduct for repeatedly returning to the woman's apartment when they were on duty.