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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Police News  >  NJ Attorney General Shows up at Boyfriend's Traffic Stop


Attorney General Shows up at Boyfriend's Traffic Stop

Police and Law Enforcement News
Monday, July 3, 2006 12:21 a.m.

This situation has “sticky” written all over it, so we’re going to hold off on any commentary.  Right now it’s better that we circle the wagons around our brother officers in Fairview and watch what transpires.Farber.gif

According to numerous published reports, a gentleman named Hamlet E. Goore was stopped by Fairview police back on May 26, 2006 at approximately ten o’clock in the morning during the “Click it or Ticket” enforcement program.  Further inquiry revealed that the vehicle was unregistered and Mr. Goore’s license was reportedly suspended.

At some point during the stop, the New Jersey Attorney General, Zulima Farber, arrived at the scene.  Mr. Goore is apparently Ms. Farber’s boyfriend.



The car was not towed (as had been planned,) and the summonses were later withdrawn or dismissed.

The controversy surrounding the encounter lies in what degree, if any, did Ms. Farber’s presence influence the outcome.

Cries for Ms. Farber’s resignation were being heard within hours of this incident coming to light, and the encounter is now ground zero in the continuing battle between New Jersey democrats and republicans.

Unfortunately, our guys are also in the middle of this unprecedented situation.

Stay tuned.

Police and Law Enforcement News
Monday, July 3, 2006 12:21 a.m.


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