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Originally posted by tw0330
reply to post by Bixxi3
He has thought of that one, but was advised against it since it is illegal to record voices without ones knowledge.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
You probably need to contact state officials and get them involved. State authorities can intervene in local affairs if there are instances of corruption or unlawful activity.
You really need to bring the state government to bear against these people and put them in their place.
That is my humble suggestion. Pit one government against the other.
But make sure you keep it simple and straightforward, if they realize you are personally invested into this they may think you personally have a bone to pick. So act neutral and just state the facts.
Originally posted by unsteadystate
reply to post by tw0330
My suggestion would be to fight fire with fire. Hire some folks that have flexible morals and do unto that pig what he does to you.
Ref www.nytimes.com... Police can and are held responsible for their actions despite the consensus that runs rampant on ATS> Trust in the process. do your homework. Involve lots of people. The hero must always find a way to defeat the villain to win the hand of the girl common theme in cultural meme.
That, by at least one way of reckoning, makes them routine: From 1992 to 2008, nearly 2,000 New York Police Department officers were arrested, according to the department’s own annual reports of the Internal Affairs Bureau, an average of 119 a year.