Since then we've learned what happened, and it's like Richard Harasym is a 23-year veteran of the Nassau County Police Department who, as of last summer, had been a detective in the elite internal affairs unit for 12 years.
His job was to catch crooked cops, root out corruption, and police the police.
Instead, he used the opportunity to implore those in attendance to live a life pleasing unto God. Someone once said that sin is like a king that hires servants and after the servant would have gone out and labour then come his wages," he said.
"Now we understand why the Bible says the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
"He told me, ' You'll never guess what happened to me the other day. I got called into my boss' office saying they wanted me to meet with these two PI's working for O' Reilly to go over some information because a detective was having an affair with O' Reilly's wife.'"According to our source, Delargy offered Harasym no justification for investigating the detective—who is unmarried—aside from the alleged infidelity.
Delargy told Harasym to launch an investigation into the man and to tell him to end the relationship.So O' Reilly did what any concerned husband would do: He pulled strings to get the police department's internal affairs unit to investigate one of their own for messing with the wrong man's lady.We reported in June that Bill O' Reilly and his wife of 15 years Maureen Mc Philmy O' Reilly seem to be on the outs.But at some point during the summer of 2010, his commanding officer, Inspector Neil Delargy, called him into his office with a highly unorthodox assignment: Harasym was to launch an investigation into a fellow officer based not on what he had done, but on who he was dating.Delargy ordered Harasym to meet with two private detectives working on behalf of Bill O' Reilly.
The closed-casket service, which lasted for roughly 35 minutes, was officiated by Linton Hamilton, pastor of the Yallahs District of Churches, Seventh-day Adventists.