Daddy was a Cop Killer

Federal Bureau of Prisons officer Nancy Gonzalez, 29, is seen in a courtrooom sketch.

Nancy has her day in court (courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Prisons)

In March 2007, Ronell Wilson was sentenced to death for killing two police officers, James Nemorin and Rodney Andrews, during a gun sale  on Staten Island. At the time, he was the first person in half a century to receive the death penalty in this city. But due to some procedural errors, Wilson’s sentence was overturned in 2010 and a new jury will soon determine whether his original death sentence will be carried out or not.

In other words, Wilson has an equal chance of facing life in prison.

This may not sound much better, but when you consider what Wilson has been doing behind bars, some of you will likely change your minds.

In a federal complaint filed Tuesday, 29-year-old prison guard Nancy Gonzalez was accused of having sexual relations with two different inmates at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York. And you guessed it. One of her alleged lovers was none other than cop killer Ronell Wilson.

But there’s more: Gonzalez is also eight months pregnant with Wilson’s baby.

This means that in addition to free room and board, educational opportunities and exercise equipment, Wilson also gets all the straight love he can handle. And we all know how hard that is to come by in the clink.

Wilson’s on-site “booty calls” likely would have continued if Gonzalez hadn’t gotten pregnant in the first place. Of course, she hooked up with another inmate later and apparently told him all about her first affair behind bars. According to the federal complaint, she told the inmate that she “took a chance because [she] was so vulnerable and wanted to be loved.” Gonzalez also said that getting pregnant and having the baby was a way to give Wilson “some kind of hope.”

Does this turn you on, baby? (AP)

Give me a break. Or to quote comedian Jerry Seinfeld, “Moses smell the roses.” What a load of you-know-what.

Fortunately, no one bought what Gonzalez was selling and she was arrested on suspicion of unlawful sexual abuse on a ward. I never heard of this before, but it must be serious because if convicted, Gonzalez could face as many as 15 years in prison (preferably one with all female guards). For now, however, she remains free after posting $150,000 bond.

You know… I never understood why they called it the “penal system,” but it’s starting to make a lot more sense…

Posted on February 7, 2013, in Perspectives and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Obviously Gonzalez, needs to be punished, if it had been male guards and female prisoners their would have been an outcry. Unfortunately, she’ll probably end up a folk hero. Maybe she could explain to the families of the dead officers why Ronell deserves hope. Why he gets to “be” a daddy when he most likely deprived children of their fathers or families of their sons. I hope they lock her up for a longtime…

    • Same here, Marty. And to be perfectly honest, I am not very sensitive to the so-called “needs” of prisoners, who tend to get more privileges than they deserve. And you’re right. This woman may be viewed as a victim and perhaps even a folk hero, as you mentioned. It’s a pretty sad state of affairs, to be sure…

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