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A Hawaiian police officer who had a homeless man licking a public urinal, to avoid being arrested, and pleaded guilty on Monday to robbing the man of his civil rights.
John Rabago, who was an officer with the Honolulu Police Department, admitted in federal court that he was forced to Samuel Ingall, of 37, his mouth in a fountain, in January, 2018 and after, the man told him that he would do everything in order not to be arrested.
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The incident unfolded after the Rabago and another officer responded to a nuisance complaint about the Ingall in a suite in the Honolulu business district. Rabago asserted that the man was not so good, and it worked and gave a false name. Rabago is later threatened the man, saying in a harsh tone, “If you’ll lick the urinal, you are not under arrest.”
John Rabago, here it is pictured outside the federal court, the city pleaded guilty Monday to robbing a man of his civil rights to force him to lick a toilet to avoid arrest.
(Hawaii News Now/AP, File)
U. s. District Judge in los angeles said Kobayashi Rabago “knowingly and willfully compelled the S. I. a lick of the fountain during the meeting.
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Ingall was afraid that he was about to be arrested, and, with reluctance, consented, Rabago, orders, court documents state. Rabago allegedly threatened the other man, he was a question earlier by saying that he would not be arrested if he stuck his head in the toilet.
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Rabago was “very remorseful” about what happened, his attorney, Megan Kau, said on Monday, in the court of law, according to Hawaii News Now. She told me that she, “why, he took on the responsibility.”
Rabago, and that the other officer is concerned, He Ramones — on the left side of the police, in August, they were arrested and charged earlier this year with conspiring to rob the man of his civil rights.
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Ramones pleaded guilty in September to lesser charges of which he knew Rabago, involved a civil rights violation, but it does not inform the authorities about it. He had earlier told the court that Rabago was pushing him not to tell the authorities what happened, and it is in a public bathroom, and got him to delete their text messages about it.
As of Monday, Rabago has remained on the restricted service with the department, on the basis of the Hawaii New Now, he expects to be fired. The sentencing guidelines suggest Rabago would have been able to spend 30 months in prison.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.