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Thursday, April 29, 2010

NYC cop convicted in YouTube case

Patrick Pogan was only four days out of the police academy when he reportedly knocked a Critical Mass rider off his bike in Times Square. Pogan said that Christopher Long was heading right at him, but someone recorded the incident and posted the video to YouTube. Pogan has now been convicted of lying, but was cleared of assault and harassment. He's already resigned from the department. Long got a $65,000 settlement from the city; he'd sought $1.5 million.

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