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Posted: 1/4/2012 2:13:13 PM EDT
http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/04/man-is-sentenced-for-raping-ex-girlfriend-and-then-framing-her/?partner=rss&emc=rss

The Queens private detective who raped his ex-girlfriend and then framed her for a series of fictional crimes was sentenced to the maximum of 32 years in prison on Wednesday, bringing to a close one of the most bizarre cases to grace a courtroom.
Using knowledge he acquired partly from watching crime dramas like "C.S.I.,” the private detective, Jerry Ramrattan, 39, orchestrated what prosecutors in Queens called one of the most elaborate frame-ups in recent history.

Mr. Ramrattan’s ex-girlfriend, Seemona Sumasar, 36, had accused him of raping her. After she refused to drop the rape charges, he concocted a scheme that landed her in jail for seven months, making it seem as though Ms. Sumasar was the likely perpetrator of a series of brazen armed robberies, for which she was accused of impersonating a police officer.


The Queens district attorney’s office and the Nassau County district attorney’s office had insisted on Ms. Sumasar’s guilt up until she was freed just weeks before her own robbery trial was set to begin. Ms. Sumasar filed a civil suit in December against the New York City Police Department and the Nassau County Police Department for negligence leading to her wrongful imprisonment..

Justice Buchter railed against the Nassau County police, who had wrongly imprisoned Ms. Sumasar, saying that it did not take "a Sherlock Holmes” to deduce that a 5-foot-2 former Wall Street analyst with no criminal record would not have held people up at gunpoint.





Link Posted: 1/4/2012 2:23:36 PM EDT
Justice Buchter railed against the Nassau County police, who had wrongly imprisoned Ms. Sumasar, saying that it did not take "a Sherlock Holmes” to deduce that a 5-foot-2 former Wall Street analyst with no criminal record would not have held people up at gunpoint.


Gotta go with the judge.

Wall Street uses computers to stick people up.
Link Posted: 1/4/2012 2:32:30 PM EDT
Originally Posted By callgood:
Justice Buchter railed against the Nassau County police, who had wrongly imprisoned Ms. Sumasar, saying that it did not take "a Sherlock Holmes” to deduce that a 5-foot-2 former Wall Street analyst with no criminal record would not have held people up at gunpoint.


Gotta go with the judge.

Wall Street uses computers to stick people up.




Shouldn't you be pooping on a police car?

Link Posted: 1/4/2012 2:34:06 PM EDT
That's one way to get closure.
Link Posted: 1/4/2012 3:13:25 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Johnny_Reno:
Originally Posted By callgood:
Justice Buchter railed against the Nassau County police, who had wrongly imprisoned Ms. Sumasar, saying that it did not take "a Sherlock Holmes” to deduce that a 5-foot-2 former Wall Street analyst with no criminal record would not have held people up at gunpoint.


Gotta go with the judge.

Wall Street uses computers to stick people up.




Shouldn't you be pooping on a police car?



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