Yesterday's #Hillsborough report finds that UK police defrauded 164 witness statements & deleted 116 negative comments about themselves. It also says Police searched national database in an attempt to smear reputation of the deceased. They also carried out blood alcohol checks on children & were engaged in an attempt to blame fans for their own deaths. And that's the official report.. A few bad apples or a stinking rotten festering orchard?
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If you are saying that sometimes the police must do things that would be illegal, if done by others, in order to do their job. Like driving at 100mph to catch a criminal. I think this contradicts your first sentence. Faking evidence is not OK
It is a fine line to walk Mr. Alex. Indeed a police officer would need to as You gave the example, drive above the speed limit to catch a thief. But then, breaking the law to enforce the law has become a problem as well: i.e. Fast and Furious, DEA
In the United States, FBI has conspired to create terrorist actions. They even provide the weapons, arresting the victim only when they attempt to use the weapon. These are individuals that more than likely would never have engaged in such activitie
Yes Mr Happy, a fine line. But it is really bad if they further break the law in order to cover up a bad decision. Second guessing heat of the moment decisions is wrong, but every mistake should prompt changes in training or relegation to an office
Which suggests to me that after a certain time they should be retired from front line duties. Power does corrupt.