Ex-Clinton 'Ethics' Aide Resigns After Taped Tirade At Cops: "You May Shut The F**k Up!"

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com,

Police released a video Tuesday showing a former financial adviser to Hillary Clinton getting involved in a heated, profanity-laced confrontation with several officers. 

60-year-old Caren Z. Turner’s outburst was recorded as she threw what amount to a toddler-like temper tantrum.

“You may shut the f— up!”  Turner screams at an officer at one point.

Turner, who is a Democrat, had previously served on finance committees for Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., and former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine.

Most recently, Turner has been a commissioner with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and was chairwoman of its ethics committee, Politico reported. She was forced to resign last week because of the interaction with police during Easter weekend.

“The Port Authority has zero tolerance for ethics violations,” PA spokesman Ben Branham told the website. 

According to a police report from March 31, 2018, Turner’s daughter had been pulled over on Route 9W by Tenafly, N.J., police, but allegedly could not provide proof of insurance or registration. So Turner was called to the scene to help resolve the matter, NJ.com reported.

Police video then shows Turner demanding to know what was going on, and brandishing her credentials as a Port Authority commissioner.   “I need to know,” Turner repeatedly tells the officers, demanding information about the traffic stop, according to Fox News. 

The police officers then inform Turner that they are not under any legal obligations to reveal any information to her because her daughter and the passengers in the car are all over the age of 18. Turner appears to grow increasingly frustrated, and demands that the officers refer to her as “Commissioner” rather than “Miss.”

In the police report about this incident, an officer writes that he advised Turner “to speak with the driver of the vehicle for more information,” based on the way she was “attempting to misappropriately use her professional position to gain authority in this situation.”

When an officer attempts to end the conversation, Turner says:

You may not tell me when to take my child. You may shut the f— up!”

Allegations of a code of ethics violation prompted the Port Authority’s inspector to investigate. Turner resigned after learning of the investigation, the Port Authority said in a statement Monday. A spokesman for the Port Authority called Turner’s actions “indefensible,” and Turner has refused to comment about her resignation.

Comments

Kafir Goyim NoDebt Wed, 04/25/2018 - 18:37 Permalink

How many times has she used her position to intimidate others into extending her special treatment?

The marxists preach equality, but they always fall back on the contention that, as Orwell wrote, "some animals are more equal than others". 

That this woman was in charge of ethics is just so depressing and so typical of what we are learning since the election about democrats.  Either the democratic party, or the United States must die.  The US cannot survive the cynical and unlawful use of power promoted by the democratic party.  Without the rule of law, the country is lost.

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mkkby jcaz Wed, 04/25/2018 - 20:59 Permalink

Libtards and niggs cannot control their emotions.  Since Hillary lost, the unending meltdown has been her normal behavior.

Thing is, the cops should be reprimanded for bowing to her fake authority.  Anyone else would have been tazered and arrested for disorderly conduct/etc.

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LaugherNYC SQRT 69 Wed, 04/25/2018 - 19:33 Permalink

I don't know about "heroes" but they certainly handled themselves with aplomb and class.

This woman is quite a piece of work. GREAT example to set for your kids. Try to assert non-existent privilege with law enforcement.

Hey, dumbfuk, your kids are adults under the law. This cop is doing more than our FBI and DOJ do to protect our privacy and civil rights - not disclosing private information to some loudmouth liberal.

I nominate Badge #504 to the FISA Court. He understands the right to privacy better than Judge Contreras!

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CashMcCall LaugherNYC Wed, 04/25/2018 - 21:41 Permalink

Right to privacy over a motor vehicle citation. Not a chance. This cop ran the tag and he gets back the car owner, the registration and insurance carrier etc. That alone should be sufficient proof of registration and insurance. But this was a case of harassing motorists with a redundant regulation and a lack of probable cause for the stop. While you may not like the woman's attitude, she had a right to be angry. Her daughter was stranded. If harm had come to her daughter that would have been a state-created danger section 1984. These cops were dirtbags.

 

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Eyes Opened LaugherNYC Thu, 04/26/2018 - 03:44 Permalink

"This woman is quite a piece of work. GREAT example to set for your kids. "

 

And this is the example she WANTS to set for her kids... she wants them to grow up with the same sense of entitlement & superior attitude towards goys... 

She's teaching her kids in the ways of the tribe....it just didn't happen to work out this time...cop-goys are a little trickier to handle...mainly due to them having the same sense of entitlement & superiority... & a gun...

😎😎😎 

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CashMcCall SQRT 69 Wed, 04/25/2018 - 21:32 Permalink

That punk assed cop impounded this car on Easter for no registration and insurance card. What was the probable cause for the stop? No such thing as a routine stop of your papers in America. Further, the registration and insurance information comes to the cop when they run the tag number. So this was just a punk cop with a GED pushing his game at some Graduate students. And you applaud it you pile of garbage just because she is a liberal jewbait. Wait until it happens to you. Likely you will be on your knees offering the cop a rim job. Hail the police state until it comes for you, you crackpot. 

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therover CashMcCall Wed, 04/25/2018 - 21:39 Permalink

First off the woman's car wasn't stopped nor impounded. It was the boys car. No relation to this loud mouth bitch. 

Second, the loud mouthed bitch first pawns herself off as a 'concerned citizen', which the cops have every right to tell her to move on then since it did not concern her and the driver was over 18. Then she tries to use her clout and ends up embarrassing herself to no end. The cops actually told her why the car was stopped but she was too busy running her mouth to even hear it. 

Fuck her. Cops ran a plate, saw the vehicle was not registered and in good ole NJ, they can stop you, tell you get out and tow that car away. 

Fuck that bitch. 

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CashMcCall therover Wed, 04/25/2018 - 22:10 Permalink

New Cverkoff. I don't care what the woman said to that punk cop. Your story is hogwash. That tag had a registration and insurance. Cops are not the law. Impounding a car because the driver doesn't have the registration in hand or the insurance card is over the top cop behaviour. I repeat there is no such thing as probable cause for stopping a car for a registration or insurance check. PERIOD! 

Years ago I was driving in my truck and saw a cop beating a guy by slamming his head on the pavement repeatedly. I was a very big boy. I pulled over behind this crazed cop and kept my headlights on the cop and the victim. The victim was not resisting and bleeding profusely. The cop in a rage tells me to leave.

I told him I would not leave until other cops arrived. The victim screamed to me, "Please don't leave!" A few minutes later there were 50 cops. The cop on the scene had gone berserk. None of the cops messed with me. They knew this guy was out of control. 

The following morning I went to the Sheriff's office and filed a formal complaint for police battery which I witnessed. Cops tried to cover it up. I went to the press with my story and that cop was arrested and convicted and jailed for police brutality. I was a witness at the trial. Don't tell me about cops and how they act. Had I not stopped as a concerned citizen, that Cop would have been allowed to continue brutalizing citizens and likely eventually killed somebody and got away with it. Cops go way over the top. 

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any_mouse Sabibaby Thu, 04/26/2018 - 04:06 Permalink

Thank you for the link.

I remember the plate frame issue covering the plate in NJ. I always threw the dealer plate frames away immediately.

I now live in Nevada and am debating with myself about how much tint for my windows, since I drive across country and do not want to furnish a reason to stop my vehicle in other jurisdictions.

The local police keep a tight lid on Tenafly, a lot of money and (((people))) live there.

Nevada has legalized cannabis this year. Adding something else to the mix in a police state such as New Jersey.

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