Also liked how the officer makes sure she has his name and badge number, before she rides off on her broom, I mean in her SUV with the kids.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... -stop.html
8 minute video
Caren Z. Turner, 60, a Democratic Party lobbyist,
Turner had served as the ethics chair of the Port Authority before her resignation.
Turner was appointed commissioner last year by former Governor Chris Christie.
She has served on finance committees of Hillary Clinton and former Governor Jon Corzine.
When the officer explains to Turner that the vehicle is unregistered, she asks: ‘Why were they pulled over, first of all?’
‘Miss…’ the officer says before he is cut off.
‘Don’t call me “Miss”,’ Turner says angrily. ‘I’m “Commissioner”. Thank you.’
‘Commissioner, all due respect, the driver will tell you,’ the officer says.
‘No, no, no, I need to know,’ she says.
‘The car is getting towed now,’ the officer says.
‘Why is the car getting towed?’ Turner asks the officer.
‘Go ask him,’ the officer replies.
When Turner insists on getting an answer, the officer, exasperated, tells her: ‘Miss, this does not involve you one per cent.’
Turner replies: ‘Yeah, it does.’
‘You cannot even tell me, a mother living in Tenafly for 20 years, with two kids who went through the school system, what the problem is. And that’s shocking.’
When the officer suggests that they all move off the road due to safety reasons, she calls the officers ‘pathetic’ for ‘not being able to put a sentence together.’
‘You are a disappointment,’ she says to the other officer, who was mostly quiet as his partner tried to explain the situation to Turner.
When the officer tells her: ‘You may take [your daughter and her friends] now,’ Turner replies: ‘You may not tell me when to take my child.’
‘You may shut the f*** up and not tell me when I may take my kid and her friends who are PhD students from MIT and Yale,’ she says.
‘You may tell me nothing,’ Turner says. ‘Shame on you.
‘I will be talking to the chief of police. And I will be speaking to the mayor.’
When the officer volunteers his badge number, she says: ‘I got your name. Don’t you worry.’
The officer replies: ‘As long as you got all the information right.’
‘Have a pleasant weekend,’ the officer says.