After crossing all the t’s and dotting all of the i’s the incident with the crazed banana man is ruled a justifiable homicide, as his sudden movements and inability to follow specific orders to keep his hands above his head caused the officers to fear for their lives. After this Curtis feels invincible. He has seen himself and his fellow officers get away with a number of crimes over the years, while blaming other criminals or the victims themselves. His acts of treachery become more bold over time, allowing him to amass a small fortune while ruining countless lives.
He retires after 35 years, just a few shy of his sixtieth birthday. At his retirement celebration his son becomes intoxicated and begins making accusations against his father, calling him an armed thug and professional crook who drained their community for nearly a third of a century, while abusing his own family through fits of rage and dominance. Unable to withstand this offense against his character he calls for Officer Oliviera, the son of the man who showed him the ropes when he first began policing, to come and have him hauled off to jail to sleep it off.
On the way to booking the young man continues his tirade in the back seat of the cruiser. The officer, who grew up with the young man’s father as a close family friend, tires of the ranting and decides to taser the kid unconscious in the back seat. “I won’t listen to these kind of remarks about such a great man who served this community almost his entire life. You got a lot of growing up to do, and when you do, you will see that through it all that your old man was just doing his job. He was a good cop.” ZAP!