posted on Feb, 19 2013 @ 09:04 PM
It does seem curious that when you do "wrong" the police investigate you, as it would be foolish, and rather obscene for you to investigate
When the police do "wrong" they investigate themselves. The conflict here is obvious to anyone with eyes, but the absurd rational for this process
has actually taken hold, and we actually believe the best folks to investigate the police are the police themselves.
The police make up their own policy's. So, the policeman/women does "wrong" and company they work for investigates them - using only THEIR own
company policy as a standard of measure, then, should "wrongdoing" be determined, the same company makes new policy. In a way it mimics the control
mechanisms in gangs, the mafia and the military, which I supposes is the point.
Why are you not afforded the same favorable, insular review structure for your own self? Why when you do something "wrong" are you subject to fines,
jail, loss of property but should a policy enforcement officer do "wrong" his employer will address the issue, often in secret, and it most likely
won't include jail, fines or loss of property.
Consider. The same young man was stopped by several employees, while they were holding him for someone to come and pick him up and take him home, he
suffocated. Would charges be filed?