- By Eric Sanders
- In Abuse of State Power, Blog, Civil Rights Law, Civil Service Law, Color Discrimination, News, Race Discrimination, Retaliation
A Port Authority official in charge of whisking VIP’S through Kennedy Airport could lose his $95,000-a-year job after a dustup with a cop.
Chief of Operations Supervisor Francis Croffie was slapped with three summonses for disorderly conduct and harassment of the cop who yanked a necklace holding Croffie’s ID card off his neck during a July 30 argument.
Croffie, 51, who has been suspended without pay, was escorting Qatar government reps through a security checkpoint when a PA cop stopped the foreign visitors’ van, which was laden with luggage.