The renewed action of kneeling during the playing of the National Anthem by NFL Players has come front and center again with the start of the NFL’s pre-season games. If we are to listen to the players and understand their grievances shouldn’t they understand the pain they are causing to other Americans, like our veterans? 

Is justice served by using private DNA data banks to solve crime? If so, what are the limits and how should we proceed?

Stolen air planes, Omarosa and other events in the news are looked at from a different perspective.

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Joseph Pangaro is a retired Police Lieutenant from the Township of Ocean, Monmouth County, NJ. During his 27 year career, Lieutenant Pangaro served in many capacities. After nine years as a patrol officer, he was transferred to the detective bureau where he served for 12 years. During that time, Lt. Pangaro prepared and executed hundreds of search warrants, testified in numerous high profile criminal court cases and excelled in the area of criminal investigations including; homicides, sexual assaults, drug crimes, fraud, burglary, juvenile investigations, economic crimes, vice crimes, quality of life crimes and other crimes of violence. He has acted in undercover capacities and worked with numerous local, county, state, and federal agencies. Joseph Pangaro served as a sergeant in the detective bureau, supervising a group of highly motivated and active officers in the unit as well as the “Quality of Life” unit.