Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Ethically-challenged fed prosecutor goes swimming in front of children in his skivvies, flashes his johnson and then jumps fences fleeing police.

Mr. Big Stuff.

But wait, he's an "Only One," right?

Cronin, who has specialized in narcotics and appellate work at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami, was in hot water last year when he and other prosecutors were reprimanded for mishandling evidence in the pill-peddling prosecution of a Miami Beach doctor.

In April 2009, U.S. District Judge Alan S. Gold accused three prosecutors of knowingly and repeatedly violating ethical guidelines in the high-profile narcotics trial — and then fined the federal government more than $600,000 to pay for the defendant's legal fees.

Gold took Cronin and two other prosecutors to task for acting "in bad faith" in the case of Miami Beach doctor Ali Shaygan, who was acquitted of 141 counts of illegally prescribing painkillers.


Son of Sam Adams said...

"Flashes his johnson" implies intent. He was bearing boxers, so his johnson was revealed. There's a clea difference between being stupid and arrogant, and being the kind of guy who flashes young girls. I hate to say "be fair to the cop"; after all, if the cops had been fair to him, they would have shot him for resisting arrest, no?

EJR914 said...

"Sean Cronin, 35, was charged with two misdemeanors — lewd and lascivious exhibition and nonviolent obstruction of justice — by a Miami police officer as he tried to leave Finnegan's River, 401 SW Third Ave., according to an arrest affidavit."

Let's all be honest, if a non-"only one" had done this, would we be looking at two misdemeanors? I think not. Definitely charged with a felony... probably felony evading and resisting. You would also be put on some sex offenders list, but NO we can't do that to an ONLY ONE!

Makes me sick.