Nothing personal, but really, a "negative mark on his record"? BFD. If he hadn't been a cop, what he did would constitute assault & battery, which depending on jurisdiction may or may not be a felony and would certainly have landed him in jail.
The proper punishment is firing and criminal charges, not a "negative mark on his record" that would keep him from "ever getting promoted".
This whole Prenda saga is like a giant Fuck You to the entire legal system. They're saying we can be complete douchebags to anyone and everyone, lie cheat & steal, and there ain't a goddamn thing you or anyone else can do about it.
Where in the blue fuck is the IRS when you actually NEED them?
I switched to T-Mo last year after putting up with AT&T's bullshit for years. T-Mo for me is cheaper, their data plan is better, and overall they're not asshats like ATT. Those are all wins in my book.
Then they rolled out unlimited international roaming text & data and I was even more glad I switched.
The only downside is their coverage is not quite as good. But for me it's good enough. If they had ATT's coverage with their increasingly customer-friendly attitude, they'd mop the floor with ATT.