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I can't you how many times I have had cops from all walks of law enforcement come into my office and tell me the same story of how they have had to quit or been fired or run off because they were trying to do the right thing. It's usually the same scenario, they have stumbled up on or been asked to participate in a criminal act that was committed by a peer or even worse a superior and then when they went to say something about it in order to try and right the wrong they are first threatened and then suspended and usually fired. if not fired then they get run out on some made up technicality. Then life gets really crappy for them in the way of harassment or threats to their family or worse. Not to mention they'll be blackballed from law enforcement. So it's my contention that if someone stays in law enforcement long enough then they very well be criminals simply because they have to assist and aid in a crime to keep their jobs. You can imagine how this could play out under testimony.
I have had cops come to me with stories of escorting drug shipments, stories of severely beating people with out provocation, none compliant on warrants, perjury, planting evidence, I even know of cases where a team of cops were contracting beatings for a few hundred bucks, you name it I think I've heard it. The criminal element is so prevalent in the police community that it more than rivals any outlaw club or gang in the world.
And by the way before some cop makes a remark about protection, the constitution makes no provisions for you to protect anybody. Only to enforce the laws that are legal laws. Most of the laws on the books are illegal laws.
And like Bush, the majority of these guys really believe their doing the right thing.
Cops make life miserable when one of theirs rats out, just imagine how much they despise a civilian rat. But yet it's the civilian rat that makes them look good for the most part.