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Police Busted Framing Innocent People

The following is a reposting here of one of the Web’s classics, an anonymously produced article which had been at the washingtonsblog site, which site was closed down in October 2019. Some of this article’s links no longer function; so, I have updated those in order that all of its links are current as-of 24 November 2020.


Police Busted Framing Innocent People

Police have been busted framing innocent people in numerous ways. For example: A New York police investigation supervisor for criminal investigations in seven counties admits that he and another lieutenant faked fingerprint evidence so often that the New York Times called it an “almost routine fabrication of evidence in criminal case” A former New York City narcotics detective testified in court that planting drugs on innocent people was common practice, a quick and easy way to boost arrest numbers.

[with links updated to 24 November 2020]

Police Busted Framing Innocent People

Posted on August 15, 2017 by WashingtonsBlog

Documented Corruption In Law Enforcement

Police have been busted framing innocent people in numerous ways.  For example:

  • A British judge found that British police framed four innocent men of carrying out an IRA bombing
  • Judges in India say that police in Dehli “tampered with and fabricated” evidence against many innocent people
  • A New York police investigation supervisor for criminal investigations in seven counties admits that he and another lieutenant faked fingerprint evidence so often that the New York Times called it an “almost routine fabrication of evidence in criminal case”
  • A former New York City narcotics detective testified in court that planting drugs on innocent people was common practice, a quick and easy way to boost arrest numbers.
  • A deputy sheriff in Florida said: “Planting evidence and lying in your reports are just part of the game
  • A Camden, New Jersey police officer admitted to framing 185 innocent people
  • A Pasadena, California police officer bragged on tape about how he framed innocent folks
  • A Michigan policeman admitted to framing an innocent man for drugs
  • A judge found that San Francisco police paid people to lie on the witness stand, in order to convict innocent people
  • Police in Louisiana, and New York, and New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, and Texas, and  England, and all over the world have been caught on tape framing innocent people

They’ve also been busted planting weapons on people, as “justification” for shooting them.

Postscript: Most police officers are honest. But given the enormous power they yield – and since the risk of being killed by law enforcement is much greater than being killed by a terrorist, at least for some sectors of society – there should be zero tolerance for police corruption.

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oldandjaded
November 24, 2020

The odds of being killed by a policeman are higher than the odds of being killed by a terrorist for ALL segments of society. The odds of being killed by a fascist government are far higher than the odds of being killed by a terrorist. The odds of being killed by a terrorist are INCREDIBLY small.
The RCMP consciously selects for sociopathic traits in in their recruiting process. They specifically look for candidates that score low on empathy and high on obedience to authority.

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

The sociopath is his own authority and will never accept, never mind obey any other authority. On the contrary, they loathe authority. That makes the above comment utter nonsense.

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
November 24, 2020

There are plenty of good policemen and policewomen in the world, and the world is a better place for it. That is the truth — not the exception.  You can cite whatever corrupt stats you want in order to secure your confirmation bias, it doesn’t matter. I’m not interested in numbers games, that’s for losers who think they can produce better “facts” than others, even while missing the truth. A real issue for consideration is not stats, but what governance was in place that enabled exactly these kinds of systemic corruptions of law and order to begin with, and which… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  Paul Martin
November 24, 2020

Everyone who votes down my comment, especially without any rebuttal, demonstrates the extent to which they are liable to carry out their own blind injustices. I may not know who you are — but you most certainly do. Whereas, the good have nothing to hide…

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
November 25, 2020

You have my rebuttal it was the first post.

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
November 25, 2020

“Whereas, the good have nothing to hide…”
paraphrasing Joseph Goebbels…

Last edited 4 months ago by oldandjaded
Sue Rarick
November 24, 2020

By your reasoning Eric the fact that some politicians lied to create wars and got people murdered equates to all politicians being complicit in the murder of them?

Last edited 4 months ago by Sue Rarick
Culture of Outrage
Culture of Outrage
Reply to  Sue Rarick
November 24, 2020

Who are the politicians serving by keeping their mouths shut about war crimes?

Sue Rarick
Reply to  Culture of Outrage
November 26, 2020

They are serving their own interests. Protect the MIC and be assured a great income stream once you leave office. Become very rich.

Last edited 4 months ago by Sue Rarick
Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  Sue Rarick
November 24, 2020

Don’t worry. Eric has a decisive judgement coming his way. We may not be witness to it (as no one can discern another’s dark night of the soul), but its eventuality is certain. The judgement of others will pale in comparison.

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
November 25, 2020

Oh brother…Paul, I just lost all respect for you.

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

Oh, boohoo yourself. Leftists endlessly prove that they are generally not to be trusted (never mind respected), but merely eliminated… and only to the extent that they aren’t doing that already themselves.

oldandjaded
Reply to  Paul Martin
November 25, 2020

Good luck with that Paul, you aren’t big enough. ROFL! you fucking pussy…

oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

Hey Paul, how about those isotope watermarks on the state issued ballots…What a moron.

Last edited 4 months ago by oldandjaded
Paul Martin
Paul Martin
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

BTW, the elitism and ego display of leftists is also telling of who they really are, as indicated above by your “loss of all respect for me” — as if I care to live by that! Who the hell are you, that I should find myself lacking your respect as a great loss?

Last edited 4 months ago by Paul Martin
Culture of Outrage
Culture of Outrage
Reply to  Paul Martin
November 25, 2020

Did you read about that judgement in a book that miraculously can not be tampered with?

oldandjaded
Reply to  Sue Rarick
November 25, 2020

No it doesnt. He did not claim that ALL police are corrupt. there are a small minority that are not, and they are usually pressured out, but they do exist. Politicians are actually a VERY good analogy, as the same rule of thumb pertains to them. You have an excellent example of what happens to politicians who do not “toe the line” unfolding right now in your very own republic

oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

Before I retired, I worked most of my adult life as a commercial insurance broker. Early in my career, I did residential insurance. I worked in my hometown, which was a big centre for Hells Angels activity. One of the women that worked in our office was married to an RCMP, so we had a lot of RCMP business. It was easy to tell the cops that were corrupt from the cops that weren’t just by looking at their insurance file. The cops what weren’t would own a house and two cars, maybe a rental property with a mortgage. Then… Read more »

oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

so yea, you guys just keep on living in your happy little fantasy world, where the cops wear white hats, and the Kraken is freed from its chains. Rolleyes….

Last edited 4 months ago by oldandjaded
oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
November 25, 2020

This really isn’t a Pro/Anti Trump thing, its a “get your heads out of your collective asses” thing. The “swamp” doesn’t automatically end as soon as you leave DC city limits….

Last edited 4 months ago by oldandjaded

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