Latest Developments In Bostick Investigation
GPD opened an internal investigation into Bostick's actions, but never said what it was all about. The woman, Queneller Clark, says it was launched because of her accusations. But now, Clark says the investigation has stalled, and says the agency created to protect and to serve is only out to protect one of their own.
Clark says what started as a friendly relationship with Bostick quickly turned into a cat and mouse game of intimidation. Clark claims that Bostick used intimidation to get her to have sex with him, and she say she's got it all on tape.
Clark says Bostick used his badge to harass her friends and family members. She wanted him to leave them alone, but she had no idea it would come at a price.
"He said if I gave him what he wanted, he would give me what I wanted," said Clark.
Clark says he wanted sex. She barely knew him and didn't know what he was capable of so she set up her camcorder.
"I don't know what he's capable of coming out and doing to me," said Clark. "I don't know how he's going to come out and react. You know we're here by ourselves."
In Mid-May, Clark told GPD about Bostick's involvement with her and that she had numerous voicemails, text messages, and a taped sexual encounter. But, the internal investigation has gone nowhere since then.
GPD Captain Lynn Benck released this comment.
"Ms Clark's allegations against John Bostick are still under investigation," wrote Benck. "We have not closed the case. We are waiting for final word from the chief of police, before we move forward with filing charges against him."
Jeannie Singer from the State Attorney's Office released this statement.
"The entire matter, including the portion directly related to her, is still under review," wrote Singer.
"Lynn Benck already told me that she talked to Jennie Singer and Jennie Singer told her that she wasn't going to file criminal charges so I already knew that they were working together with Bostick," said Clark. "They let him resign, so they're working together."
At the end of the day, Clark says she just wants crooked cops to know that you can't do this and expect to get away with it.
"I just want him charged with a criminal charge and I'm not going to stop doing any of this until he is charged," said Clark.
According to Benck, Chief of Police Norman Botsford will be back sometime next week. At that time, he will have to make the final determination on whether charges will be filed against Bostick.
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