posted on Dec, 5 2014 @ 04:38 PM
I am not taking the officer's side on this one, and I think that you should review the facts before assuming this is a "good" cop. Let me explain.
First of all, he claims all of this corruption is going on right? Yet he is just NOW coming forward, after this incident? What is up with that?
Wouldn't a good cop who wanted to do what is right have mentioned these things beforehand? And then there is the fact that he very well might have
just been resisting arrest in some fashion. Thinking he was a police officer, he may have thought that he did not have to comply with the officers who
were obviously arresting him or detaining him as he tried to leave. You cannot just go and turn in weapons anonymously, at least not when there is no
program going on that allows such things. They wanted information from the guy, he wouldn't provide it, and that is what escalated the situation.
Now whether or not the arresting officers acted outside the bounds of law is yet to be determined. Maybe his story is accurate, but I think there is a
greater chance that he was not being compliant, given the situation. Perhaps both parties were in the wrong as well, and that might be more likely.
The severity of injuries are going to be a huge factor in this case. If the injuries do not clearly indiciate that he was beaten or mistreated outside
of being arrested via force, then I think his case will suffer. But again, where was this guy when all of this corruption he talks about was
occurring? He is either lying, which damages his credibility, or he overlooked all of this illegal activity, which damages his credibility.