Sergeant Bryan Lampard of the New Orleans Police Department is a corrupt liar.

I found the police report. That’s the name of the cop who falsely arrested me back in 2003. Since I’m a new convert to shaming punishments, I’ve edited the original post to reflect that fact.

He was a sergeant, at least then, and his name is Bryan Lampard, badge no. 279 as of then, and assigned to the New Orleans Police Department Special Operations Tactical Unit, which I suspect was some specialist anti-drug squad. His supervisor’s name was Sgt. J. Joseph, badge number 256.

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6 Responses to “Sergeant Bryan Lampard of the New Orleans Police Department is a corrupt liar.”

  1. Jeff Albert Says:

    I hope all of this Festivus style internet airing of grievances isn’t the result of me mentioning your little foray into the other side of the law, during your recent visit to our wretched city.

  2. Paul Gowder Says:

    Hah, no (and not Jimbo’s mention either), but I think I might have to start celebrating Festivus.

  3. Paul Gowder Says:

    But I still want my song title. How about “Oregano with Intent?”

  4. Gabriella Adams Says:

    I love the smell and taste of Oregano when added in some recipes..:;

  5. David Begum Says:

    Oregano is a gread addition to everyday meals, i put them on soups and salads.,”‘

  6. Tilly Holmes Says:

    i always use Oregano and other herbs on my soup and homecooked meals:-,

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