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A woman wouldn't do that Part 1098697

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the case, which involved Atlantic City Police Capt. Barbara Black. According to the Langford memo shown in court, Black, who is now retired, was arrested in Pleasantville in February 2010 on charges of threatening to kill her estranged husband, Larry Taylor, also a retired police officer
The spreading of information about the [quantum] system through the [classical] environment is ultimately responsible for the emergence of "objective reality." 

Wojciech Hubert Zurek: Decoherence, einselection, and the quantum origins of the classical

poiuyt

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION SOCIALISM STINKS.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/11000822/PCSO-cons-Gatwick-passengers-out-of-15000.html

PCSO cons Gatwick passengers out of 15,000
Alexis Scott, 39, told passengers they could not leave the country with more than 1,000 and demanded they hand over their money to her - before she kept it for herself.

A female police community support officer conned Gatwick passengers out of 15,000 by confiscating cash before their flights took off, saying they could not leave country with more than 1,000.

Alexis Scott, 39, told passengers she would detain them and they would miss their flight if they did not hand over the money.

Scott, who is the mother of a seven-week-old baby, even held out her police hat for unsuspecting victims to deposit the cash as they walked through the departure lounge of the North Terminal. She then kept the money for herself.

During her trial at Canterbury Crown Court, Anthony Prosser, prosecuting, said: "She had no right to take the money from these passengers. She never recorded or logged the fact that she had seized their money and they never got it back. She simply stole it."

Scott conned seven travellers out of a total of 15,000 before she was caught.

Outward-bound passengers at the North Terminal at Gatwick said they had been asked how much cash they were taking out of the country by a woman in police uniform.

Scott told them they were allowed to leave with a maximum of 1,000 and they would have to leave any excess money with her for safekeeping.

Mr Prosser said: "These passengers were selected and spoken to at the departure gate just as the flight was beginning to board."

"Rather than miss their flight these passengers handed over the cash and boarded their flights but when they later tried to contact airport officials to get their money back they found there was no record of their money having been seized.

"It had simply vanished. It has never been recovered."

Sussex Police's Internal Investigation Unit began checking CCTV images against descriptions given by the victims.

They described a dark haired woman wearing a blue uniform, stab vest, radio and bowler hat into which they put the cash.

Scott was soon identified as all officers have to hand in their identity cards to be checked by security staff.

Swipe card records confirmed Scott, formerly of Maresfield, East Sussex, was airside at the relevant time, despite the high-security area being off limits to PCSOs.

Scott had previously worked with a specialist cash detention unit at the airport, the court heard, but it is allowed to act only if it suspects passengers are laundering money for criminal or terrorist activities. A PCSO has no right to seize cash.

Mr Prosser said: "It was the defendant Alexis Scott who took this money and kept it for herself."

The jury heard Scott targeted passengers heading for Turkey, Albania and Vietnam.

The PCSO initially admitted she was had been in the high-security area on one occasion but later refused to comment on the thefts.

Scott was convicted of six counts of theft and abusing her position, and cleared her of one of the theft charges. She denied all charges.

Sentencing was adjourned to a date to be fixed.


Galt

Poiuyt,

You should have put up a trigger warning before I saw her picture.

poiuyt

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION SOCIALISM STINKS.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2706260/First-woman-commander-Navy-warship-sent-home-affair-male-officer-board.html


First woman commander of Navy warship is sent home over 'affair with male officer' on board

Commander Sarah West, 42, took charge of HMS Portland in May 2012

While Royal Navy investigates, Cdr West, from Grimsby, Lincolnshire, can retain her position

It is not known whether the male officer is married

Cdr West recently called herself 'single', having been married to a former RN pilot in 1998; pair later separated.

The first female commander of a Royal Navy warship has been sent home after allegedly having an affair with another officer.

Commander Sarah West, 42, took charge of the frigate HMS Portland in May 2012, but has been sent home from duty after claims she was having a relationship with a male officer on the same ship.

This would breach the Armed Forces' Code of Social Conduct, which prohibits personnel from having relationships with subordinates if they compromise 'operational effectiveness'.

While the Royal Navy is investigating the affair, Cdr West, from Grimsby, Lincolnshire, retains her position as commander of HMS Portland.

It is not known whether the male officer is married.

Cdr West recently described herself as 'single', having been married to a former Royal Navy pilot in 1998. The pair later separated.

A Royal Navy spokesman said last night: 'We are aware of an allegation of a breach of the Code of Social Conduct on board HMS Portland, which we are treating seriously.

neoteny

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This would breach the Armed Forces' Code of Social Conduct, which prohibits personnel from having relationships with subordinates if they compromise 'operational effectiveness'.


She can always claim that the maintenance provided to her by the male officer actually improved her 'operational effectiveness'.
The spreading of information about the [quantum] system through the [classical] environment is ultimately responsible for the emergence of "objective reality." 

Wojciech Hubert Zurek: Decoherence, einselection, and the quantum origins of the classical

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