Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Ex-Police Chief, 2 Officers Framed Teen For Burglaries In Tiny Miami Town, Feds Say

quote [ Biscayne Park's former police chief and two officers were indicted Monday in federal court for falsifying the arrest of a 16-year-old on burglary charges so they could claim a perfect close-out record to elected leaders. ]

We seriously need new metrics to measure the performance of police and prisons in this country...
[SFW] [crime & punishment] [+4 WTF]
[by XregnaR@4:57pmGMT]


Spleentwentythree said @ 5:46pm GMT on 12th Jun [Score:2 Underrated]
conspiracy to violate his civil rights?

no, no, when you go and grab someone and drag them off against their will it 's called kidnapping, it dosen't matter if you created false evidence so you could do it while pretending to be acting legally as a cop
arrowhen said @ 6:56pm GMT on 12th Jun
Not only that, they used unlawful force to influence a government. That makes them terrorists.
hellboy said @ 5:27pm GMT on 12th Jun
I'll start:

1. Assume they suck
Hugh E. said @ 7:25pm GMT on 12th Jun
It's weird the article makes no mention of the Florida SBI review and subsequent retrial of every single conviction that resulted from arrests under Chief Raimundo Atesiano. I suppose it's just obvious that will happen.
XregnaR said @ 8:55pm GMT on 12th Jun
I think they are focusing on shoveling through this pile of horseshit before they get started on that pile of horseshit.
Space_1889 said @ 3:14am GMT on 13th Jun
Florida Man strikes again...

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