Dirty Prosecutor Admits to Covering Up for Cop Who Shoved Gun Down Victim’s Throat


A former St Louis prosecutor has admitted she knowingly changed the course of an investigation by helping whitewash the crimes of a police detective.

Twenty-eight-year-old Bliss Barber Worrell has pleaded guilty to a “misprision of a felony”; the term refers to assisting someone in covering up an offence.

The police detective she was representing had beaten up a man who was in handcuffs – not only this, the officer shoved a pistol down his victim’s throat.

She filed a phony charge against the arrestee; Worrell had a close friendship with the officer involved.

Ultimately, it is US District Judge Henry Autrey who will decide the outcome of the charge, which carries a possible sentence of up to 3 years in prison.

However, prosecutors and attornies have agreed to suggest 18 months on probation for her.

Justice Department’s Civil Rights prosecutor Fara Gold testified in court, stating that Worrell has agreed to assist with the inquiry and provide an honest account against anyone else who was involved.

Judge Autrey says he is disappointed in the young lawyer, who according to him made a rather abhorrent decision. He added that she had tainted a very respectable profession and office.

He was not the only one let down by Worrell’s disturbing choice to favor a friend over the truth. Her former manager Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce said she had not experienced anything worse in her 20 year career.

Joyce also added that some of the disgraced attorney’s colleagues had been aware of what she had done – they too have left the office.

 “They were all gone as soon as we figured out what they did or failed to do.”

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  • Russell Smith

    18 month’s house arrest?????? The fucking cunt should get life in prison……….in gen pop.

    • Paul J Salerno

      Tied to a table in a men’s gang module.

    • John Bialoglow

      It’s not 18 month’s house arrest but 18 months probation which means no jail or prison time. It is a professional courtesy that the legal profession practices where they are impervious to the penalty of law.

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      or maybe send them to ISIS

    • dxsmopuim

      She should be put to death along with the cop. There should be ZERO TOLERANCE for criminal behavior by ANYONE within the justice system. Immediate DEATH PENALTY for even the SMALLEST of “infractions”.

  • Paul J Salerno

    MAY lose are her ability to practice law ??? 18 months ??? Are you fucking kidding me right now ???

  • Michael Vasovski

    I’m assuming the cop lost his job as well?