police ordered to frame black people to clear up unsolved crimes

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  1. JosephDredd

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    In the police misconduct thread, mods said that inclusion in the thread would be on a case-by-case basis. I took that to mean we start threads out here and they get put in there if they don't warrant large discussions since no mod is going to pull a troubling post out of that thread and turn it into its own thread.


    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/crime/article213647764.html

    Full article at link. It goes into detail on all the cop scandals from this town.
     
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    We need to hear more of these typed of stories. Eventually it will break through the denial and willful ignorance that denies racism is still in effect at the institutional level.

    My cousin was a cop in Tuilla Utah and he would not go along with some drug dealing that was going on in the police force. Because of that he was fired his name was slandered over the whole valley and he could not get a job as a police.
     
  4. esant707

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    Sherdoggers will defend this somehow.
     
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    This is why football players kneel (amongst many other reasons)
     
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    Colin Kaepernick and the other NFL players who chose to take a knee are not as clueless as their critics think they are. I think the reality of the situation is that much of the country is clueless and just does not realize how insane and unjust police treatment is in many areas.

    Imagine experiencing or seeing this kind of thing first hand, knowing that your family members and friends have all experienced or seen this kind of thing first hand, and then realizing that a big portion of the country chooses not to believe it and calls your a liar. Just something to think about.

    In my experience, most of our police are good people. But there are so many areas that draw terrible people into the police force because not enough people of worth want those jobs. How shitty and low class must a place be for the workers to openly drink alcohol and make racist comments at work? Let alone actually framing people for crimes.
     
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    Sounds like these dirt bags got caught due to officers sending letters to the “village manager” atleast. And why the hell does a 1 square mile town needs its own PD? How many circles can you drive in during a shift lol.
     
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    “It’s 2018, there’s no racism anymore. Slavery and Jim Crow are over. Get over it!”, said the Stormfront-lurking nerd.
     
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    Smh.

    Hang 'em.
     
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    Where are the usual "just a few bad apples, there's no institutional racism against black people" to give their opinions on this?
     
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    Seems like at the very least, the chief and the two officers involved should spend a very longtime in jail. This is inexcusable.
     
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    I would believe that they encouraged cops to go after vulnerable people (e.g., transients, people with records, etc.) in order to reduce the number of "unsolved" crimes, and that they looked the other way in the face of tenuous or falsified evidence. That by itself, if true, is horrifying, and should be met with the stiffest of penalties. Moreover, I wouldn't be inclined to give the police any benefit of the doubt, especially if I see a "blue wall of silence." We as a society should have zero tolerance for corrupt police officers.

    I am however very skeptical of the "targeting people of color" claim because it gets thrown around so much with very little factual basis. Remember those supposedly racist cops who were exonerated by body cam footage? Remember Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown? All those cases proved was that there's a whole industry devoted to transforming ordinary police misconduct issues into racial issues. The mere fact that a person of color happens to be the target of an investigation (assuming he's actually innocent) means nothing, because it can be explained by other non-racial factors (e.g., if he already has a criminal record, prior similar incidents, violent disposition, etc.). Also, the mere fact that one officer is willing to make this accusation means nothing in itself. He might have an axe to grind, or perhaps he's conflating "racism" with targeting innocent transients. Whatever the case, he better have evidence to back up his assertions.

    IMO, one way to turn the public against your cause is overplay your hand. If the police were falsifying evidence to increase the rate of "solved" cold cases, present evidence of that. But the moment you start charging racism, you've raised the bar substantially. Come forward with undeniable "smoking gun" evidence of racism, or prepare yourself for another acquittal.
     
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    I'd have to wait until this is confirmed on Breitbart, but heuristically speaking it is sound logic to frame black people since they probably deserved it anyway.
     
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    Yeah, you know, prior criminal records and violent dispositions and all.....
     
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    If there was institutional racism, today would look no different than the late 1800s.
     

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