Last week, former New York City cop Kenneth Moreno was acquitted of the rape of a 29-year-old woman, though he and his partner were convicted of misconduct and stripped of their jobs. This week, a tipster in the neighborhood noticed these posters on and around Moreno's Brooklyn block.
Melinda Hernandez says of voting to acquit two New York City police officers of rape, "I am a feminist. This was devastating to me. But I had to do my job and be fair and impartial."
"I find it hard to believe that people can't believe a gentleman said no," Kenneth Moreno, the former New York City cop acquitted of rape but convicted of misconduct, said over the weekend. He also said, "I know what happened. I didn't suffer from any blackouts."