SYRACUSE, NY — One Black woman is dealing with tremendous pain and suffering after surviving a disgusting act of sexual abuse at the hands of a white cop.
On Valentine’s Day of 2015, Maleatra Montanez, a 40-year-old mother of two, called the police to report that her teenage daughter had been missing. A few hours after making the call, a white cop by the name of Chester Thompson showed up at her residence, almost immediately making sexual advances at the highly vulnerable woman. Montanez reported that Thompson was unable to stand still, “biting on the bottom of his lip.”
Montanez was then hit with inappropriate comments about her body, and he began to fondle his genitalia while looking at a picture of Maleatra Montanez when she was younger. Thompson then ordered Montanez to get a condom so that they could proceed with sexual intercourse. While raping the woman from behind, the cop instructed his female victim to look towards her newborn son, who was lying a few feet away in the same room.
Once Thompson finished committing the lewd act on the helpless Melanoid woman, he went on to discuss his wife and children. He also repeatedly asked her if she was going to report what he had done to her.
Montanez is seeking damages in the aftermath of the horrific incident, suing the city of Syracuse’s police department for $7 million.