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Under cover cops selling drugs to known addicts can now be sued for furthering addiction.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 18253217:MV80MTU5NDUwXzc1NTcyNzAyXzVEQUQ4Qzc0] [quote:Anonymous Coward 343310:MV80MTU5NDUwXzc1NTcyMjc5XzgzRjUwMUQw] California. By the way. [b][u]Court in Canada and the U.S. use each other decisions to set precedents in future court cases.[/u][/b] The world is moving towards Portugal's drug policy. Cops can't set people up anymore just to steal property under proceeds of crime, turns out their is more money to be made by the State/Province treating the root cause of addiction instead of cops stealing poor peoples property. [/quote] That is so blatantly illegal, any Judge doing that should be removed form the bench asap. [/quote]
Under cover cops selling drugs to known addicts can now be sued for furthering addiction. Major court decision was just handed down. Waiting to see how much money the officer and the police force are on the hook for.
Also if the addict dies from an overdose sold by an undercover cop, the cop gets manslaughter.
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