Friday, November 05, 2004

"Diversity in Law Enforcement"
By Salvador Gabor

A landmark decision came down from the Supreme Court yesterday. New York City Court Marshall, "Sweet" Marcus Rivera was allowed to wear a skirt and sandles as his standard uniform. "Sweet" Marcus, was at one time working under the "Dont Ask, Dont Tell" Policy which was implemented in New York City in 1992. As a veteran in Law Enforcement, "Sweet" Marcus began the intense lobbying for Onsite Rectal Searches of Drug Dealers and Users in the Bronx. Many hustlers began hiding crack and other drugs in there underwear and/or anal area. "Sweet" Marcus always found away to find the drugs in those crevices.

"Sweet" Marcus also was one of the leading "Frisk" officers as he did work off-duty at local clubs. His frisks were above and beyond the call and he tended to do extended searches in the loin areas of Male Patrons of New York City Clubs. "Sweet" Marcus was awarded with several accolades for his dedication to the force.

If you want to congratulate "Sweet" Marcus Rivera in person, he is normally at the "Coffee Shop" in lower Manhattan on E 14th Street. You can catch him licking the filling out of a Donut or Two.