Hero Cop Rapes Traffic Stop Victim

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Christina Coleman
November 25, 2013

An on-duty San Antonio police officer was arrested on Saturday morning after he allegedly pulled over a 19-year-old woman and raped her.

Officer Jackie Neal, 40, was slapped with a felony assault charge and released on $20,000 bond.

According to Gawker:

Neal, an 11-year veteran of the force, told the woman her car was reported stolen. She showed him a sales slip for the recently purchased car, but he made her get out of the vehicle so he could pat her down. The driver demanded a female officer for the pat down but her request was ignored.

Neal proceeded to grope the woman during the pat down, put her into handcuffs, and then forced her into the back of his car where, according to the woman, he raped her. He instructed her after to keep it a secret though she reported it later that day.

The assault was not caught on tape because Neal’s SAPD squad car camera did not have a functioning hard drive at the time. And according to Police Chief William McManus, the non-functioning camera is something Neal would have been aware of, probably leading him to commit the crime in the car.

And here’s another disturbing tidbit about Neal. This is the third time he’s been accused of sexual misconduct.

Just a few years ago, a woman made similar claims against Neal, but she later refused to cooperate in an investigation. In September, he was suspended for three days for dating an 18-year-old member of the Police Explorer program. But instead of being fired from the force, he was transferred to the night shift.

This time, Neal did catch some real heat, but pending an indictment, he’ll continue to be paid by the SAPD.

Because life is not fair. And justice, well, you know…


  1. I am sure this will considered a loose canon and not representative of the police as a group.

    There are entirely way too many loose canons (1 is too many in my book) that are expected to uphold the law.

    I may not like the mafia, but at least they know what to do with their loose canons.

    • Dear mith,

      Actually, if one thinks about it, it’s a miracle it took this long for the loose cannons to start rolling around on deck.

      After all, conventional monopolistic government, having no real “checks and balances,” is one giant loose cannon.

      We should hardly be surprised that its costumed enforcers, against whom violent resistance is outlawed, are loose cannons. This is why LEOs are overwhelmingly just like this particular thug.

      • Bevin,

        it’s a miracle

        ergo proof that God exists. 😉

        Well perhaps not proof, but I think you are right that it is amazing that it took this long for the loose canons to roll around.

        Perhaps they have always been rolling around, but now it is easier to document when they start rolling.

        • Dear Mith,


          I’ve long believed that “Any principle a society subscribes to will eventually be applied in its most extreme form.”

          For example, the principle that “The Government” is within its rights to enforce “public safety” at the point of a gun, will eventually lead to a police state such as that depicted in the SF film “Elysium.”

          Do “ideas have consequences?”

          Boy do they ever!


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