New Jersey “hero” uses Traffic Stops to Get “Dates”

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A New Jersey state trooper was charged Wednesday with tampering with or falsifying records to cover improper stops of female drivers, according to the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office.

Eric Richardson, 31, of Camden allegedly pressured two young women “to begin a personal relationship with him,” according to a news release. Richardson will be suspended as a result of the charges.

The investigation by the New Jersey State Police Office of Professional Standards reportedly found separate incidents involving two drivers Richardson pulled over repeatedly. He allegedly threatened to arrest one of the women if she did not share her phone number with him.

Investigators alleged the trooper tried to persuade the women by not impounding their unregistered vehicles, and in one case, not arresting the driver who had an active warrant.

The incidents occurred between August 2016 and January 2017. Richardson reportedly texted the women and contacted them on social media, according to the attorney general’s office.

The trooper’s alleged violations include: telling dispatchers and recording in the official computer dispatch log that he stopped a male driver on Dec. 23, when it was really one of the two women; falsely reporting he stopped to help a motorist on Jan. 3, when he actually stopped the second woman to ask if she had the same phone number; and deactivating the dashboard camera in his car during some of the stops.

The case is being prosecuted by the Division of Criminal Justice Corruption Bureau and will be presented to a state grand jury. Third-degree charges can result in three to five years in state prison and a fine of up to $15,000. Fourth-degree charges can result in up to 18 months in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.


  1. NJ. NY. All pretty much gone and frankly my droogs, it’s hard to give a damn.

    My City Is Gone

    Well I went back to Ohio
    But my western family was gone
    I stood on the back porch
    Nobody but welfarists & race resplacers home
    I was stunned and amazed
    My childhood memories
    Slowly swirled past
    Gone with the wind through the trees
    A, o, oh way to go Ohio

    Way 2 go Ohio my city is gone to costumed heros

  2. He truly is the wind beneath my wings. I can fly higher than an eagle knowing he is my hero and everything I wish I could be.

    Jesus was a Jew, not a Christian. This song is for him. For Yeshua .

    The Goys of Summer

    You own every bank.
    You even write our laws.
    You choke the flow of commerce with your greedy claws.
    Oy Vey! Must be nice to be so comfortable.
    Feeding off the rest of us, parasitic fucking Shlomo.

    Mr. Goldstein, you schemin’, thievin’ scum.
    You got your sideburns down and your Yarmulke on, baby.
    How many times will you cry “muh 6 million?”
    After the Goys of Summer have gone.

    I wonder how it must have felt
    When driven out of every land
    That you coveted with cold green eyes
    And strangled with your scaly hands.
    “Victimized, justified, the Merchant is your friend.”
    This, every fool believes then gets a back-stab in the end.

    Mr. Goldstein, rubbin’ your hands with delight.
    You try to make me feel guilty ’cause I’m white.
    I must now call on the help of Ben Garrison
    After the Goys of Summer have gone.

    Out on the road today I saw a Star of David on a Cadillac.
    A little voice inside my head sayin’ Voat was right, you can never look back.”
    I didn’t understand ’til I took the Red Pill.
    Now I can see all you fucking vampiric shills.

    Mr. Goldstein, you schemin’, thievin’ scum.
    You got your sideburns down and your Yarmulke on, baby.
    How many times will you cry “6 Gorrillion?”
    After the Goys of Summer have gone.

    Mr. Goldstein, rubbin’ your hands with delight.
    You try to make me feel guilty ’cause I’m white.
    I must now call on the help of Ben Garrison
    After the Goys of Summer have gone.

  3. More Evidence of Mankind’s Lack of Moral Progress

    It is generally recognized that mankind has achieved, since its rise from savagery, a miraculous progress in the realm of its material culture — and none whatever in the realm of its ethics.

    Our homes are superior to the cave of the Neanderthal man, but our morals are no better than his — worse, if anything, for we do not have his excuse of ignorance. There is no act of inhumanity which he perpetrated and which we do not perpetrate, except that he did not possess our exquisite means of perpetrating it and he could never equal our present scale.

    Yet that which mankind holds as its moral ideal has been known and accepted for centuries. The basic principle of men’s morality has not changed since the beginning of recorded history.

    Under their superficial differences of symbolism, ritual and metaphysical justification, all great ethical systems from the Ancient Orient to the current year, all religions, all human schools of thought have held a single moral axiom: the ideal of selflessness.

    That which proceeds from love of self is evil, that which proceeds from love of others is good. Self-sacrifice, self-denial and self-renunciation have ever been considered the essence of virtue.

    This ideal has never been reached. In spite of its statement and restatement, in every land, in every age, in every language, in spite of its professed acceptance by all, our history has not been a growing record of benevolence, justice and brotherly-love, but an accelerating progression of horror, cruelty, and shame.

    Baffled, we have accepted the elite’s explanation that man is essentially evil; man is weak and imperfect; he doesn’t want to do good. The noble ideal of altruism is never quite to be achieved, only approximated; man is immoral by nature.

    But what is one to think of creatures who are willing, century after century, to bear every form of agony, every kind of martyrdom, for the sake of that which they consider as their moral ideal?

    Are they creatures devoid of moral instinct? Is not the determination to act according to one’s conception of right, no matter what the price, precisely the attribute of a high moral sense?

    We have been robbed, enslaved, tortured, slaughtered in the name of altruism. We have accepted, forgiven, and borne it, because our ideal demands it of us.

    The ideal of altruism has now taken its ultimate toll. We are the witnesses of its climax. We see mankind destroying itself before our eyes. We see the price it is paying. We glance back at its history and we see the price it has paid.

    But we look on and say: “This noble ideal is beyond human nature, because men are imperfect and evil.”

    Isn’t it time to stop and to question that noble ideal instead?

    Do whatever you think is best for you and yours in the long run. For me it’s a modified version of the NAP.

    Let everyone else’s perceived best interests be damned.


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