posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 11:31 AM
If we take the 'bad cop' notion out of the equation, we have to go higher up the ranks.
The frequency of the radio call for female officer to perform a search would be open and should have alerted someone at dispatch, and in turn their
As noted in the video, if they found something in the vehicle they already have their proof. Any body cavity search they deemed necessary could have
been conducted in the privacy of the station upon arrival there. Doing it by the side of the road is just hideous.
If the cops were not 'bad cops' but were breaking protocols, they obviously must have been conditioned to think it was okay. What are they telling
cops at the station? Why do we keep seeing these things happen?
We see a lot of, "...is now on paid leave while an investigation takes place.." or "suspended..." or "no action was taken." It appears that for every
cop/precinct that gets away with one of these things another becomes emboldened by the apparent impunity. Transgressions become commonplace, become
policy, become the norm.
Why, because nothing is done to stop it.
Take the 'bad apples' out of the equation (because they can't all be that bad), and you're left with a bad barrel.
edit on 7-7-2013 by
Badgered1 because: grammar, syntax, and spelling.