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AmericanMafia.com - Feature Articles 366

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Patricia Feerick of the NYPD and three of her subordinates.
Patricia Feerick and her 3 co-Defendants were convicted of several misdemeanors. Feerick was sentenced to two years in prison, although Governor George Pataki would commute her sentence after receiving over 20,000 Petitions from crime-wary New Yorkers, most of them Harlem residents, demanding her release. Another aspect of this troubling prosecution was the claims of feminists that a different standard was often applied to women who worked in jobs traditionally held by men, with some wondering out loud whether Lt. Feerick indeed would have been targeted had she not been a woman. Until her arrest, Lt. Feerick was one of the most decorated females in NYPD history. Patricia Feerick herself attended the trial, to offer support to Sgt.


AmericanMafia.com - Feature Articles 366

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Patricia Feerick of the NYPD and three of her subordinates.
Patricia Feerick and her 3 co-Defendants were convicted of several misdemeanors. Feerick was sentenced to two years in prison, although Governor George Pataki would commute her sentence after receiving over 20,000 Petitions from crime-wary New Yorkers, most of them Harlem residents, demanding her release.      Another aspect of this troubling prosecution was the claims of feminists that a different standard was often applied to women who worked in jobs traditionally held by men, with some wondering out loud whether Lt. Feerick indeed would have been targeted had she not been a woman. Until her arrest, Lt. Feerick was one of the most decorated females in NYPD history. Patricia Feerick herself attended the trial, to offer support to Sgt.


Forum - August 1999

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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, and two fellow police officers, Orlando Rosario and John DeVito, have been sentenced to serve jail time after having been found guilty in a ten year old case.We are all outraged over the convictions of Rosario, DeVito, Schultz, and Feerick.Pat Feerick.Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, NYPD, was convicted in 1994 of criminal charges for actions taken back in 1990.The jury found that the Lieutenant and police officers under her command had abused their power when they grabbed back a lost police radio from members of an alleged East Harlem drug gang called the Purple City crack gang.


New York Post Online Edition: Commentary

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Her name is Patricia Feerick, a registered nurse, St. John's law graduate and former police lieutenant, who received eight commendations in her 12-year career as a cop. But her lawyer, Mark Baker, is waiting for a call telling him when Feerick, 39, has to surrender to serve two years in jail for one of the most horrendous miscarriages of justice this city has seen. "I hope they give me a little time before I have to report for incarceration," said Feerick, who recently lost her last appeal - five years after she was convicted of eight misdemeanors and lost her lieutenant's shield. "I am seven-months pregnant and I don't want my child born in jail." The story starts back in the summer of 1990, when Feerick was told to go after the drug-dealing members of the Purple City Gang in Taino Towers in East Harlem. On Sept. 22, 1990, as she was busting bad guys with three other cops, a near-riot broke out and a police radio was stolen from one of them. For three days, while the gang had the walkie-talkie, police communications were jammed, false alarms were called in, threats were made and cops didn't feel too comfortable about a bunch of killers eavesdropping on them. "We went to an address of Nikki Denise Jackson, who invited myself and three other officers inside on Sept. 26, 1990," Feerick said.While Feerick was an NYPD lieutenant, star witness Stokes admitted in court he was also a lieutenant - in the Purple City Gang. Stokes views jail doors as revolving doors.He has been a very bad man. And Patricia Feerick is wondering whether her second child will be born in jail. "From what I know, Patricia was a great cop and so were her three partners," Mollen said.Feerick has been free on bail pending appeal of the misdemeanor charge of illegal entry.That appeal has now been rejected under the narrow corridors of the law by the Court of Appeals. We lost a lieutenant of police in Patricia Feerick, but at least we still have Ben Stokes, a lieutenant in the Purple City Gang, alive and well. "I just want my new baby not born in jai," said Feerick.


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Lieutenant Patricia Feerick, and two fellow police officers, Orlando Rosario and John DeVito, have been sentenced to serve jail time after having been found guilty in a ten year old case.


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