Jail Deputy Director Found Guilty Of Illegally Taping Unions’ Phone Calls

NEWARK, NJ – The deputy director of the Hudson County jail was convicted yesterday of secretly listening to and recording the private phone conversations of leaders of the two unions that represent corrections officers at the jail. Kirk Eady, 46, of East Brunswick, faces a maximum possible penalty of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine after having been convicted of intentionally intercepting the communications of others by…

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Trooper’s Disability Benefits Do Not Stop With Criminal Conviction

Douglas Merino joined the Washington State Patrol (WSP) in 1978 and served as a trooper until October 11, 1988, when he suffered a herniated disc and injuries to his left neck and left shoulder after being ejected from a patrol vehicle while on duty. As a result of these injuries, Merino was unable to meet the physical requirements for his WSP trooper position and went without pay from 1989…

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