Frat Order of Police president uses priors, pics to publicly nail lady who pulled over cop for speeding

A Florida woman who pulled over a police officer for speeding is facing public shaming.

Claudia Castillo filmed Miami-Dade Police Officer Daniel Fonticiella speeding through traffic on Jan. 29 and then pulled him over to give him a stern talking to about speeding and public safety.

Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.
Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.
Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.
Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.

As it turns out Castillo isn’t always so concerned with public safety, according to information posted to social media by Miami Fraternal Order of Police President Javier Ortiz.

He posted a picture of her drinking and driving a boat and wrote on it, “nobody is above the law except me when I’m drinking.”

He also posted a picture of her business card, with phone number, and encouraged others to call her and “let her know drinking and driving on a boat isn’t safe.”

Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.
Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.
Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.
Photo via Javier Ortiz / Facebook.

Ortiz called her a cop-hater in another post and pointed out that she had been cited for careless driving just weeks before.

But court records show that the woman so concerned with Officer Fonticiella’s speeding has been nailed a whopping nine times since 1998 for speeding, driving without a license, speeding in school zones and accidents, according to CBS Miami.

A far cry from the concerned citizen the world saw in her video.

Watch an updated report from CBS below.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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