Cop Guilty Of Bensonhurst Altercation Has Emotional Breakdown

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Former 62nd Precinct police officer Admir Kacamakovic was arraigned for illegally running license plates in the NYPD database. As a result, Kacamakovic is threatening suicide.

He plead guilty to the felony crime and had an emotional breakdown after leaving the federal court.

“I don’t know why I didn’t commit suicide yet,” said Admir Kacamakovic to the New York Daily News. “I can’t take it anymore.”

Kacamakovic was on the force for eight years before he got into trouble. After he was indicted for illegally running license plates, he admitted his guilt for a lesser crime of handcuffing a man outside of a bar.

Last October, the officer went outside to break up a fight in front of his cousin’s Bensonhurst bar. The man outside was pepper-sprayed and handcuffed by Kacamakovic after the victim threatened to file a complaint.

Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch stated that Kacamakovic abused power and subjected the victim to injury when he unlawfully detained him.

Kacamakovic admitted to seeing a psychiatrist since his arrest. That did not stop him from raging out during his trial.

“I have been working in the most corrupt police department, and I want to start somewhere else,” he said.

Judge Kuntz, who was presiding over the trial, offered some counseling to the torn up former cop.

“God is good, life is long and suicide is not on the table,” Kuntz said.


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