Monday, January 30, 2012


It Pains me to Release this News Story, Since this is about a Childhood friend of mine.
But News is News and it has to be Reported!! - CEO ANTHONY B

An NYPD cop was targeted in an X-rated probe starring an alluring “hooker” named Candy, the Daily News has learned.
“You looking for a daddy?” Officer Monty Green asked Candy, who was actually an undercover cop, in one of several secretly recorded conversations between the two.
In another graphic exchange, Candy asked how their possible pimping arrangement would work.
“So if I go in these clubs and have sex or give (oral sex) I’ll come out and you gonna be there or you gonna be with me, how’s it gonna work?” Candy inquired, according to a transcript.
“Sometimes I’ll be in there, other times I’ll be outside waiting,” Green said.
“And then how much do you get?” she said.
“Depends on how well you did,” Green replied.
The News was the first to report that the officer faces a departmental trial, which begins next month. The charges against him include promoting prostitution and menacing. Police officials say they want him fired.
Green, a married father, has not been charged with a crime. Brooklyn prosecutors cited a lack of evidence, adding that the alleged hookers were afraid to testify against the cop, law enforcement sources said.
The NYPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau has amassed a largely circumstantial case suggesting Green was involved in prostitution at a sleazy downtown Brooklyn club called Rockwell’s Bar & Lounge.
Green was also suspected of pimping women out for “jumping off” bashes — or bachelor parties, according to IAB documents.
Investigators even rented three rooms at a Holiday Inn Express in Brooklyn for a sting operation — a purported going-away party for a member of the military.
But Green never showed up with the strippers and prostitutes as promised, and the seven-year cop says there’s a simple reason.
“I’m not a pimp,” said Green, 30, in an exclusive interview with The News. “I don’t solicit anyone for sex or pay anyone for sex.
“The Police Department is demonizing me,” he said, adding that he was an active cop who logged more than 300 arrests in Brownsville’s busy 73rd Precinct.
Green’s lawyer, Eric Sanders, said the thick case file against his client lacks a shred of evidence from a single prostitute alleging the cop was a pimp.
The closest thing to sex uncovered in the probe appears to involve steamy groping provided by bikini-clad hookers to undercover cops from IAB and the district attorney’s office inside Rockwell’s Lounge, according to records.
As for the discussions between Green and Candy about her working for him as a prostitute, the cop insists he was entrapped.
“She came to me and told me she needed help,” he said. “I was just talking s--- with her.”
Green characterized the conversation as “flirtatious talk” with a woman he found very attractive. His lawyer says the cop, just like the “hooker,” was simply acting.
“He’s playing like a ‘mack daddy’ to get her in bed,” Sanders said. “There was no transaction or exchange of money. This talk is just nonsense.
“He may not be the husband of the year, but he’s not a criminal.”
Green first came under suspicion in July 2009, when his name came up on wiretaps in an auto crime division probe.
Later, a man named Jason (China) Marshalleck — trying to cut a deal with prosecutors — was questioned about Green’s alleged pimping.
Marshalleck initially said the cop was a “good guy,” and not involved in anything illegal.
Marshalleck had a different story at his second grilling by prosecutors, claiming Green “ran a girl named Jasmine” in a Brooklyn dive called Angel’s.
The officer eventually dumped her because she was using cocaine, Marshalleck claimed.
In an effort to jumpstart the probe, IAB sicced Candy on the cop. She approached Green from behind the wheel of a car in Brooklyn, asking the off-duty officer for directions to Queens.
Candy casually mentioned that she was the “entertainment” at a party in Corona, and Green took the bait.
The officer told Candy that she was beautiful and they exchanged phone numbers — but they never met again in person.
Meanwhile, male undercovers continued trolling the Rockwell Lounge for evidence of Green’s possible pimp work. They didn’t catch Green, but found plenty of action.
Investigative reports describe the undercovers receiving “wall dances” from scantily-clad women who jiggled their backsides against the men’s crotches.
Hookers named Apple, Foxy, Shyann and Sexy bared their breasts and fondled the undercovers’ genitals.
One working girl, calling herself Stephanie Mills, put an IAB lieutenant’s hand inside her panties and “directly on her vagina,” IAB records show.
“She looked like the singer, Stephanie Mills, short, with red lips,” an IAB sergeant dutifully reported.
The sex play was blandly described in police jargon — “She took the undersigned against the wall and gyrated her buttocks against the undersigned penis area.”
Candy was instructed in December 2010 to set up the sex party at the motel. With male IAB undercovers waiting to arrest him, Green was a no-show.
An undercover reached Green on the phone to complain.
“There’s no way you can even send one girl? I got a roomful of n------ here waiting for entertainment!” the undercover cop griped.
Green explained that Candy had refused to meet him before the party so he wasn’t going.
An IAB report reveals why Candy balked: “His persistence on a private meeting suggests a possible ulterior motive. The undercover’s safety could not be insured under these parameters therefore no meeting was allowed.”
Sanders said the report confirms investigators suspected Green was romantically interested in Candy.
“I made a mistake, I shouldn’t have had personal conversations that are deemed inappropriate with my job,” Green said. “But I wasn’t going to do anything criminal.”

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