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(Hialeah Gardens PD
tester: I want to know, how can I go about filing a complaint against a police officer?
officer: Where did the incident happen? What street?
tester: Sir, I --
officer: I'm here to hear the complaint. I'm going to take the complaint, so you've got to speak to me so that we can discuss this and see what we can do. Speak to me about it. When did this happne?
tester: Sir --
officer: Leave. Leave.
tester: So you're not going to take my complaint?
officer: Yes, I'm trying to! ANswer my questions!
tester: I don't really want to discuss it. I have --
officer: I'm going to investigate it!
tester: Is there any other way I can go about it?
officer: Do you have psychological problems or what?)
The personal information of an investigative reporter was posted prominently on a South Florida police union's website after a local television station aired a report about how police in Broward and Miami-Dade counties deal with the public.
The address, date of birth and driver's license number of WFOR CBS-4 reporter Mike Kirsch was posted as a BOLO -- or ''be on the lookout'' -- on the website of the Broward County Police Benevolent Association.
BOLOs typically are issued by police departments when officers are looking for criminals or missing persons.
originally posted by WyrdeOne
At the very least, I think if the cops are going to conduct themselves like this, running from them should be a misdemeanor at most. If they're dangerous and out of control and abusive, running from them is nothing but good sense. Change the law, or change the cops, but this is getting silly.
If they begin to realize that people are not just going to accept lengthy prison sentences for a bag of smoke, or a bar fight, or any other silly, petty offense, they will start to spend a bit more of their shift fighting child molestors and wife beaters.
Broward PBA Retaliates After CBS4 Investigation
After exposing the images of improper police behavior in his investigative piece, CBS4’s Mike Kirsch’s own personal information was being flashed on the Broward Police Benevolent Association website.
What is normally referred to as a BOLO or Be On The Lookout by police - a bulletin announcing a criminal who is wanted - was being used by the Broward PBA to show Mike Kirsch as a wanted man. The website went on to show Kirsch’s personal driver’s license information.
When CBS4’s attorney’s wrote a letter to the PBA, they took down the BOLO, only to put it back up days later with his personal information such as home address deleted.
Originally posted by mrmonsoon
Furthermore, have you noticed that when pigs are caught on video, the taper is harrassed by the pigs-yes it is the truth!