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Originally posted by Bixxi3
Sounds pretty bad the only thing i can think of is for you or his girlfriends someone who wants him to e safe, is to follow him and record everything that happens. also he should have something on him that he can turn on easily. Maye do a set up thing? Get him to go out with her again, maybe it is dangerous but if thats what it takes to get it on video then its better then being made to move by corrupt police.edit on 4-4-2012 by Bixxi3 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by captaintyinknots
Biggest advice I can offer: document EVERYTHING. Every, single, thing. Get photos, get recordings. Its tough to take on the police-you will need all the evidence you can get.
First and foremost the local authorities have already proven themselves compromised. This matter needs to be referred to internal affairs so it is on record.
When a force has become this corrupt there will be no justice locally. Making the complaint to internal affairs will at least put the officer on their radar. Document every communication and compile into a video for youtube so that it is on public record.
He is lucky they did not kill him when first jumped the death threats should be put on the internet insurance for voice analysis should anything happen in the future. Make sure he cc's the local governor and supreme court judge in on any communications.
Originally posted by Wildbob77
Seriously, he needs to move out of town.
Sometimes you just can't win.
Originally posted by Meekbot2000
you said your cousin was in the banking industry? I would start by having a peak into his bank info and see if there are any deposits that don't look like a regular pay cheque. then i would alert the IRS that you have suspicion of fraud based on the transactions going into the account. fight fire with a blow torch of hassle. IRS>cops
Originally posted by tw0330
reply to post by Meekbot2000
No, my cousin wouldn't do anything like that.