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‘Officer of the Month’ Raped Girl At Gunpoint on the Hood of His Patrol Car | The Free Thought Project


‘Officer of the Month’ Raped Girl At Gunpoint on the Hood of His Patrol Car | The Free Thought Project: Obviously fearful of this psycho cop, she agreed and the officer drove off 20 blocks north of the department, which is located near the intersection of Seacrest and Boynton Beach boulevards, to an abandoned field.

Maiorino then held the young woman at gunpoint and forced her to strip naked. He then forced her to the hood of his car and raped her. She said she was face down, held in place on the hood with his right hand. During the assault, she told police, she looked back at her attacker and saw the gun in his left hand.

Investigators found the condom Maiorino used to rape the woman in the field the next day.

According to the report, when this disgusting excuse for a human was finished raping the woman, he told her that if she told anyone, he would kill her and her family.

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