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Police Get a New Form Of Protection From Persecution

 
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11/30/2013 03:02 PM

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Police Get a New Form Of Protection From Persecution
Any Dallas officer involved in a police shooting — whether the officer fired a weapon or witnessed the gunfire — will now have the right to remain silent for 72 hours under a new department policy.
And even before they give a statement about the shooting, the officers can watch any available video before they give a statement.
Previously an officer who witnessed a shooting typically would have been required to give a statement to police investigators within hours of the event. And the officer who fired, while not required to speak right away, typically did so. The new policy now requires the firing officer to wait at least three days before giving a complete statement to investigators.

[link to www.dallasnews.com]

“If the goal is to seek the truth in an incident, then why would a witness to a police shooting be treated differently than a witness to any other incident?” he said. “No other witness is told, here, you have three days to get back to us. And, by the way, here is a copy of all the video of the incident so you can get your story straight.”

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This is simply amazing...

How much more obvious can they be? Cops really do have more rights than us feeble citizens.
I know there are plenty of good cops out there, but this kind of shit is horrible.
I am not an anarchist because I despise government. I am an anarchist because I trust you.

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