Cop Who Forced Dozens of Anal Cavity Searches For Fun Gets Just Two Years In Prison

MichaelVagnini-mugMichael Vagnini and his buddies molested dozens of victims of all ages, but he’ll be doing only two years in prison.

A disgusting scandal involving police officers performing illegal anal cavity searches with the intent to “degrade and humiliate” dozens and dozens of victims has come to an apparent conclusion, which some feel amounts to little more than a slap on the wrists for those involved.

Between February 2010 and February 2012, a small group of Milwaukee officers took part in a string of serial assaults on subjects pulled off the streets.  In many cases, the officers demanded the subjects produce the drugs they assumed were being hidden somewhere on their person.  When they were not satisfied with the cooperation from the subjects, an officer would jam his hand into the subject’s underpants, touch his genitals, and insert a finger into his anus on the side of the road.  Some of the complaints stated that drugs were planted during these searches.  At least one complainant was a juvenile, and one stated that he was fingered so hard that his anus bled afterwards.

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  • Noah Way

    With any luck, what goes around comes around.

    • Andrew

      Downvote for suggesting rape can be a form of justice.

  • Tuna Ghost

    Let’s hope that two years is enough time for the other inmates to express their feelings about crooked cops. In person. To his asshole.

    • echar

      I bet he’s in protective custody.

      • emperorreagan

        The Houston police will probably offer him a job as soon as he’s out.

        • echar

          With a promotion.

          • emperorreagan

            They might make him chief of police!

      • I_abide

        Usually cops, guards and others who wouldn’t make it ten minutes in general get put in segregation with all the inmates being rewarded for good behavior.

    • Andrew

      Downvote #2 for suggesting rape can be a form of justice.

  • Darren Forster

    Does his sentence also include a routine daily inspection for hidden drugs including full cavity search – 730 cavity searches later is more than enough payback.

    • Andrew

      Downvote #3 for suggesting rape can be a form of justice.

  • VoxMagi

    If that pattern of conduct had been observed in any human being not carrying a badge, the sentence would have been near life for serial molestation and sexual violence. It boggles the mind that judges and lawyers have the brass balls to work toward a sentence this light for a depraved sadist this obvious…just because he’s a cop.

    • Juan

      Agreed. The bastards literally get away with murder.
      It’s too bad police and military are worshiped as “heroes” in this culture. Hopefully, this too will change eventually.

    • Jin The Ninja

      the institution of the police and the vatican- surprisingly similar.

      two examples of the state actors who use violence as a way to oppress and marginalise. sexual violence is even worse, because when committed against vulnerable populations you create a situation that either those people become servile, or they feel so disenfranchised (because who is a higher authority than the police or god?) they tell no one or self-harm.

      people are sometimes and often horrific….

  • BuzzCoastin

    a pig in the pokey
    this little piggy went
    squeal, sequel, squeal
    all the way homeland

  • InfvoCuernos

    I almost feel the need to re-enforce society’s false faith that righteous retribution shall be visited upon this scum by the other inmates, but it isn’t going to happen. this pig will be in protective custody until the day he gets out early-that’s right, you can just about bet that as a first time offender, and former LE, in isolation, he’s probably not going to have any problems with an early release. We’ll see this guy pulling security at a mall near you, trying to shake down skaters for their weed, in about a year and some change(minus time served of course).

  • jasonpaulhayes

    I wonder what the other kids called Michael Vagnini in middle school?

  • Bruce Johnson

    Hoping they place him in general population, Maybe some of those big randy prisoners might give him a few ” cavity searches”.

  • Rachel Flanagan

    There is something very wrong with the police in America. These stories are becoming all too common.