10 Mafia Cops Who Got Exposed On Camera!

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Added by December 3, 2017

From mafia cops to Rapist police officers, here are 10 cops who got exposed on camera!

#1. Gerard John Schaefer:
Schaefer was a teacher who was fired for inappropriate behavior. He became a Patrolman in Martin County, Florida after being turned down for the Priesthood. On July 21, 1972 while on patrol, Schaefer picked up two teenage girls who were hitchhiking. He took them to a secluded area in the woods and tied them to a tree. Schaefer got a call on his radio and he left them tied up, vowing to return. They escaped and went to the closest police station which happened to be Schaefer’s station. When Schaefer returned to where he left the girls he discovered them missing. Realizing they were gone, he called his chief and explained that he had done something stupid. He claimed that he wanted to scare the girls so they wouldn’t hitchhike. The chief didn’t believe his story. He was arrested and charged with false imprisonment and assault. He posted bail, and on September 27, 1972, Schaefer abducted, tortured, and murdered seventeen year old Susan Place and sixteen year old Georgia Jessup. Their bodies were found six months later and because of the similarity to Schaefer’s other crime, police got a warrant for his house. There they found clues linking him to the disappearance of thirty other females including jewelry and even teeth from the victims.He was convicted of first degree murder in 1973 and given two life sentences. He was stabbed to death in prison by fellow inmate Vincent Rivera on December 3, 1995.

#2. Antoinette Frank:
Frank was a member of the New Orleans Police Department. As well as working for the NOPD she also worked security detail at Kim Anh restaurant. At the time, Frank had developed a strange relationship with eighteen year old Roger LaCaze—a drug dealer with a history of violence. She took LaCaze in her patrol car for ride-alongs and introduced him to people as her trainee. On March 4, 1995, Frank and LaCaze robbed Kim Anh restaurant. Frank fatally shot fellow officer Ronald Williams whose second son was born a week before his death. He and Frank had shared the security duties at the restaurant. She then executed two members of the family who owned the restaurant: seventeen year old Cuong Vu and his twenty-four year old sister, Ha. Frank and LaCaze escaped but Frank returned to the scene of the crime a short time later as a police officer. Unbeknownst to Frank, witnesses were left alive in the restaurant. They identified her as the shooter. Both Frank and LaCaze were convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to death. This was first time a police officer was convicted of murdering another officer.A month after their conviction, a body was found buried in Frank’s yard with a bullet through its skull. Her father went missing a year and a half earlier.

#3. Mafia Cops Eppolito and Caracappa:
Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa are two former New York Police Department (NYPD) police detectives who worked on behalf of the New York Mafia, principally the Lucchese crime family, while they committed various illegal activities. By 1985, US authorities recognized Eppolito and Caracappa as associates and workers for the New York Mafia. Caracappa was at this point a member of the Organized Crime Homicide Unit within the Major Case Squad, based in Brooklyn, New York, and both their reputations were diminished as they were known to use highly inappropriate methods to get results in their line of work. Anthony Casso, AKA “Gaspipe”, was the underboss of the Lucchese New York mafia when he tried for Witness Protection in 1994, said he and his boss Vittorio “Vic” Amuso had been paying Eppolito and Caracappa $375,000 in bribes and as payments for murder ‘contracts’ since 1985, after they were signed as NYPD detectives and partners. Among other things, Casso shared that, in 1986, the two police officers kidnapped and turned over an associate of the Gambino crime family named James Hydell to be murdered brutally by Gaspipe, on the orders of Casso and Amuso, as retaliation for an attempt on Casso’s life. They also murdered Lucchese member Bruno Facciolo with assistance of Louis Daidone on the orders of Casso because they suspected him of being an informant for law enforcement. Facciolo’s murder has been famous for the “stuffed canary US law enforcement” recovered in his mouth at the crime-scene, which was considered to be a message to other informants. In 2006, Eppolito and Caracappa were convicted of labor racketeering, extortion, narcotics, illegal gambling, obstruction of justice, eight counts of murder and conspiracy to commit murder, charges stemming from the 1980s and the early 1990s in New York, and in the 2000s in Las Vegas. On March 6, 2009, Eppolito was sentenced to life plus 100 years and Caracappa received life plus 80 years. Each was fined more than $4 million. As parole has been abolished in the federal prison system, Eppolito and Caracappa will certainly die in prison.

#4. John Burge:
Burge was a detective and was later promoted to Detective Commander in Chicago’s South Side. Starting in 1972 and continuing until he was suspended in 1991, he was plagued by allegations of brutality. Burge and detectives under him known as “The Midnight Crew” were accused of torturing more than 200 suspects. They were accused of suffocating suspects by putting bags over their head and electrically shocking them. Burge was even accused of making a suspect play Russian roulette with a .44-caliber gun. One of the worst cases of brutality at the hands of Burge happened in 1982, after two police officers were murdered in Chicago. Burge and his men arrested Anthony Holmes before torturing him at the police station. They hooked him up to an electrical box and placed a bag over his head, repeatedly electrocuted his genitals and he was forced against a hot radiator until forcing a false homicide confession from him. Holmes spent 30 years in prison for a murder that he did not commit because Burge tortured a confession out of him instead of tracking down the real killer. Due to these extreme measures to get confessions, numerous innocent men were imprisoned. Four of these men waiting on death row were pardoned outright in 2000, and in 2003 all death row inmates were commuted to life without parole or less — with the Burge case being cited as the main reason. An investigation into Burge and the Midnight Crew began in 2002 and concluded in 2006. He was found guilty on all counts in 2010, and in 2011 he was sentenced to four and a half years in federal prison.

#5. William Leasure:
Leasure was a traffic cop in Los Angeles for seventeen years, yet he had millions of dollars in an offshore account and had a dozen corvettes. It turns out, Leasure was actually running a criminal enterprise. He ran a stolen car ring, stole and resold luxury yachts, and organized murder for hire schemes. He arranged at least three murders and was the driver for two of them. The first was the murder of a seventy-six year old Gilberto Cervantes who was shot returning home from church. Ann Smith was the second victim. Her crime: divorcing one of Leasure’s friends. Leasure had his accomplice—Dennis France—shoot Smith in her mother’s beauty salon whilst staging a fake robbery. Leasure’s third victim, Tony de los Reyes, was also shot during a fake robbery. Leasure was arrested aboard a stolen yacht outside of Oakland on May 26, 1986. Five years later, Leasure pleaded guilty to two counts of second degree murder and was given a sentence of fifteen years to life.

#6. Stephanie Lazarus:
In December 1985, John Ruetten broke off his relationship with police officer Stephanie Lazarus and married a critical care nurse named Sherri Rasmussen. On February 24, 1986 Rasmussen was found beaten and shot to death. Her case was initially ruled a robbery gone wrong because her BMW was missing. While the case sat cold for twenty-four years, Stephanie Lazarus — a Los Angeles Police Department officer was promoted to the rank of Detective in charge of Art and Forgery. It was only in 2009 during a review of cold cases that Lazarus finally became a suspect in the Rasmussen case. An undercover officer tailed her, eventually collecting a DNA sample. It was compared to the DNA sample taken from a bite found on Rasmussen’s body and it matched. Lazarus was convicted of first degree murder in 2012 and sentenced to 27 years in prison.

#7. Justin Volpe:
On August 9, 1997, Volpe and other officers responded to a fight at a nightclub in East Flatbush in Brooklyn. Volpe arrested thirty year old Abner Louima — a Haitian immigrant — after Louima allegedly punched him in the stomach. On the way to the police station Louima was beaten with fists, nightsticks, and police radios. Once in the police station, the abuse continued. Volpe kicked Louima in the groin and then squeezed his testicles. In the washroom of the station, other officers held Louima down while Volpe sodomized him with a broken broomstick handle and a handle of a plunger before ramming it in his mouth so hard that it broke his teeth. Volpe then walked around with the bloody — fecal covered plunger claiming he “took a man down.” Louima was taken to the hospital and the police said his injuries were from abnormal homosexual sex. The hospital officials didn’t believe the story and contacted Internal Affairs. Louima spent two months in the hospital and required three major surgeries. On December 13, 1999, Volpe was sentenced to thirty years in prison without the possibility of parole, a $525 fine and restitution in the amount of $277,495. Volpe admitted he made a mistake and stated that Louima was not actually the person who punched him.

#8. Craig Peyer:
Peyer was a California Highway Patrol officer who had a habit of directing young women onto an unfinished off-ramp to try to get dates. On December 27, 1986 Peyer pulled over twenty year old Cara Knott. It is thought that Knott rejected his advances. Peyer beat her with his flashlight and then strangled her with a rope. After he murdered her, he threw her body off an abandoned bridge. Two days later, a local television station was covering Knott’s murder when a reporter interviewed Peyer about how to stay safe on the road from predators. During the interview Peyer had visible scratches on his face. After the segment aired, a number of women called in to complain about Peyer’s inappropriate advances. The police did an investigation and found a plethora of evidence against Peyer including the murder weapon in his car. Witnesses also came forward who saw Knott being pulled over by a California Highway Patrol car, and fibers under Knott’s fingernails were similar to those found on Peyer’s body. Going against the tradition of the blue wall of silence, other officers testified against Knott. He was found guilty and sentenced to twenty-five years to life in 1988. He has since been denied parole three times.

#9. Daniel Holtzclaw:
Daniel Ken Holtzclaw is a rapist and a former Oklahoma City Police Department police officer. He was convicted in December 2015 of multiple counts of rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, and other charges. The majority of Holtzclaw’s victims had criminal histories such as drug arrests, who he thought would never report what happened to police; all of the women were African American. Holtzclaw used his position as an officer to run background checks to find information that could be used to coerce sex. Holtzclaw was arrested two months later on August 21, 2014 and originally charged with 16 (and eventually 36) counts of sexual abuse offenses including rape in the first and second degrees, sexual battery, procuring lewd exhibition, stalking, and forcible oral sodomy. Holtzclaw pleaded not guilty to all charges. One of 13 women brought together by the police investigators to testify, Shandegreon “Sade” Hill, said she had been arrested for drug possession, was hospitalized, and forced to give oral sex while she was handcuffed to her hospital bed. She said that he again made sexual advances to her on several occasions after she was released from jail. Hill said that she was led to believe that she would be released if she performed oral sex on Holtzclaw. On December 10, 2015, an all-white jury convicted the former Oklahoma City cop on 18 of 36 charges, and on January 21, 2016, he was sentenced to 263 years in prison.

#10. Luis Valenzuela and James Nichols:
As these two Narcotics officers in the LAPD’s Hollywood Division stalked the streets of Los Angeles, they allegedly targeted women they’d arrested for drug possession; sometimes, they used them as confidential informants in their ongoing cases. Under threat of jail, they forced them into their unmarked undercover Volkswagen Jetta they drove on duty and took them to secluded areas where one of the officers forced some of the women to have sex and others to perform oral sex while his partner acted as a lookout. These disturbing crimes were brought to light starting in early 2010, when the first accuser came forward. She was an informant, threatened by the cops with jail time if she didn’t comply with their sexual demands. Her case went nowhere, and the woman vanished. A similar account surfaced a year later. An internal investigation into the matter stalled for a year and a half, until in 2012, when a man called police to report a conversation with a prostitute. She said officers had been picking up her colleagues but agreeing to let them go without charges in exchange for oral sex. From this lead, two more victims were identified. By 2013, Luis and James were suspended without pay. They now face a dozen felony charges that could send both to prison for life: multiple counts each of sexual assaults, including forcible rape, rape under color of authority, oral copulation under color of authority, and oral copulation by force. Luis also faces a charge of assault with a firearm.

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