Will there be any tears for Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry were he to lose his pension?
You may remember the story.

Nassry, along with Trooper Joseph Ventrella, were suspended earlier in the year for their involvement in the high speed escort down the Garden State Parkway given a group of luxury sports cars, one of them belonging to former Giant running back Brandon Jacobs.

Today Nassry submitted his retirement papers, and in announcing his resignation said, according to this:

"I fully realize this matter has caused my superiors significant embarrassment and also has impacted the trust that the public has with regard to the great character of the New Jersey State Police , the trooper, Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry wrote in his request for retirement distributed by his attorney, Charles Sciarra.

"For this, I must take full responsibility."

Full responsibility would mean losing his pension.

Tough to swallow in light of the many years he’d given to the force.

But, we said the same about JoePa too, didn’t we?

All it takes is one screw-up to tarnish an otherwise stellar record!

that the trooper will likely be criminally charged tomorrow and may lose his pension, his lawyer, Charles Sciarra said:

"What my client's not willing to do is to surrender his career and his pension, which he earned, 26 plus years of service, we're not going to surrender that simply to accommodate the PR needs of people in Trenton," Sciarra said.

Or, in my mind, to be a sacrificial lamb for higher ups that may have given the ok for the escort in the first place!

Do you think that trooper Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry should lose his pension?

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