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whats mad is that only in this country would these cops get paid leave and have 'like-minded' attorneys defend them.
so if I get caught on video doing drugs I wont get fired? or is this just a LEO privilege?
there has to be something our water ... because if this entire story was in a movie plot it would be a comedy...
but this is reality..
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
a reply to: MountainLaurel
Not to mention the general contempt that they seem to hold the public in. The lady in the wheelchair, the amputee.....remember that lady cop saying "I was going to kick her in her effing nub"
What environment is it ok to talk like that about people? I mean, i see that kind of stuff on TV...but have never worked in a place where anyone would tolerate anything like that. Is it really that callous in their unit?
originally posted by: everyone
originally posted by: theyknowwhoyouare
LEO's should get no privacy while on the job. Nothing to fear nothing to hide.
Though what they did should not be considered a crime outside of theft and getting high while on duty.
But those are crimes.