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Rip the Badge
from her Chest!
Police and Law Enforcement News
Tuesday, February 12, 2013  8:33 a.m.


If there were a law enforcement hell, it wouldn't be good enough for disgraced Corrections Officer Nancy Gonzalez.

To say she committed the ultimate law enforcement sin would be an understatement.  In fact, her act was so despicable that it's beyond comprehension.

It's also beyond redemption.

Nancy Gonzalez, 29, was a Federal corrections officer assigned to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York.  One of the inmates under her supervision was a man named Ronell Wilson. 

From the New York Times:

Inside the federal jail, Ronell Wilson [] and Nancy Gonzalez, his nighttime guard, would talk for hours, according to other inmates. They would disappear together for minutes at a time, behind closed doors. Several times, they were seen kissing, confirming suspicions of an illicit romance.

Ms. Gonzalez later admitted that the two had sex repeatedly, with the goal of having a child together. She was aware, she said, of the many possible complications, from the prospect of facing jail herself to the difficulty of telling her child the truth about his father. She explained her motivations to another inmate: “Why not give him a child, as far as giving him some kind of hope?”

As deplorable as this conduct may be, it doesn't even begin to describe the extent of her crime.

The filth with which she carried on this relationship was convicted of murdering two NYPD police officers: Det. James Verneuil Nemorin and Det. Rodney J. Andrews.  Wilson shot both of these officers in the head during a gun-buy operation in 2003. 

Corrections Officer Nancy Gonzalez, reportedly, admitted to having a sexual tryst with a prison inmate who murdered two cops.

In a subsequently recorded phone call, Gonzalez was heard saying she was vulnerable and needed love. 

She needed love and sought it in a Federal detention center.  With a cop killer.

Aside from the wake of anguish left behind and the shattered moms, dads, siblings, colleagues, and friends, Det. Nemorin left behind a wife and three young children.  Det. Andrews left behind two sons. 

By now, all of them have learned of Gonzalez's escapades.

The good news is that Nancy Gonzalez faces 15 years in prison, a sentence for which she is very deserving.

Later she would express concern about what people are going to say about her because of what she had done. 

How fantastic.

This traitorous, licentious trollop sees nothing wrong with becoming impregnated by a cop killer but worries about gossip.

Hopefully, she'll get another opportunity - a long one - to find even more love in a Federal detention center.

Update: 02.20.14 - In February of 2014, disgraced Corrections Officer Nancy Gonzalez was sentenced to one year and one day in prison.  She had plead guilty last year to the the accusation of having sex with an inmate.










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