Friedman-Agnifilo accuses NYPD detectives of failing to get proper direction on the surveillance, and that the recording — while “horrifying” — was “insufficient to prove a crime under New York law.” The DA’s investigation failed to turn up any more evidence except that which tended to damage the credibility of the complainant, model-actress Ambra Battilana Gutierrez. Thanks to NYPD bungling, Freidman-Agnifilo concludes, their office had “no choice but to conclude the investigation without criminal charges.”
Utter nonsense, the NYPD responded. Their special victims unit has plenty of experience in dealing with sexual-assault allegations, at least those involving people whose names don’t rhyme with Shmarvey Shmeinstein. Actually, one anonymous NYPD source put it more colorfully than that:
Members of the NYPD familiar with the case were furious at the suggestion that their work was subpar and said prosecutors were responsible for the softball treatment afforded the Hollywood bigwig.
“Ask the DA if they would have made the arrest if the guy’s name was Harvey Schmuck,” one police official said.
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