In what has to be one of the biggest use of police abuse of power and the targeting and of entrapment of gay men since the 1960’s. Editor Jason Parsley of the South Florida Gay News has exposed a massive undercover police operation in Palm Beach, FL, that has led to the arrest more than 600 men allegedly looking for sex when ONLY 4 were actually caught in the act and the rest were arrested only after an undercover police officer propositioned them.
Detectives Peter Lazar and his partner Vaniclov “Van” Garner, from 2005 to 2010 arrested more than 600 using what one lawyer called “disgusting” tactics of entrapment while another lawyer questioned the legality of the detectives’ behavior.“They approach, lure and entice guys who are sitting alone in their car, start a sexually charged conversation and then look for a way to arrest them,” said Fort Lauderdale attorney Russell Cormican, who estimates he’s probably represented upwards of a 100 men over the past 15 years for getting busted for public sex.One man Gerry Sanders (not his real name) was jogging in the the park and washed his face in the restroom. Sanders, who noticed two men acting strangely in the restroom, mistook the undercover detectives for potential muggers. After leaving the bathroom he got in his car and left with the detective following him through the park. The incident ended with Sanders being charged with loitering in a public restroom.
Gerry Sanders is straight and has a girlfriend.
Read the article in FULL by clicking HERE