Hillary Clinton's former advisor, whose street rattle in New Jersey became viral in a video this week, has appeared in a second video – but this time, Caren Z. Turner was "neither confrontational nor rude," police said. 19659004] The latest video shows how Turner at the Tenafly police station, NJ, asked about the status of the confiscated car that triggered the confrontation in the previous video.
Contrary to their police appearance The Dashcam footage recorded on March 31 in Tenafly, Turner in the second video – also taken on March 31 but later in the day – was not disrespectful to officers NJ.com reported citing police officers.
The First The video triggered a firestorm that led Turner, 60, to resign as Commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, overseeing the bridges, tunnels and airports in New York City. She quickly apologized for her behavior, but was later reprimanded by the authorities, which she had also been the head of her ethics committee.
The new material released by the police shows Turner coming to the police station and talking to someone at the front (19659008) According to Tenafly police chief Robert Chamberlain, Turner had come to inquire about the legal requirements related to the retrieval of the confiscated vehicle.
"She was in no way confrontational or rude," Chamberlain said. "She did not drop names, nor did she use her title to identify herself when she came to the department, she was in the department for about an hour."
"She was in no way confrontational or rude, she did not drop names, nor did she use her title to identify herself when she entered the department, she was in the department for about an hour."
As seen on the Dashcam footage, Turner insists on ranking, insisting that officials call her "Commissioner" rather than "Shut up."
The Port Authority Board reprimanded Turner on Thursday, citing several violations of ethics rules in connection with the March 31 incident.
Turner apologized for her actions, but seemed to imply that the officers were partial
"I let my feelings pass and regret my tone of voice to police officers and the use of unclear language," she said in a statement ,
She added: "(A) I have never violated the Port Authority's Ethics Code or requested any special treatment for anyone, nor have I in any way suggested that I use my position with the Port Authority to:
Turner served Clinton and other Democrats as financial advisers, including US Senator Kirtsen Gillibrand of New York and former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine.