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  1. Chris Seaton
    March 1, 2017

    I’d love to know what Lou has to say about this issue. Regardless, Sgt. Watts is the epitome of everything we despise about law enforcement.

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  2. RDHschmidt
    March 1, 2017

    So… The Sgt. and his crew are thoroughly corrupt. The CPD and the States Atty. allowed them to hide behind the “Blue Wall of Silence” and continue to be corrupt. The CPD and the States Atty.continue to pursue prosecutions and convictions based on these corrupt agents testimony. And none of them are in prison! Just worried that they are going have to throw out other cases. Ooh the horror of a corrupt “Justice System”

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  3. Nemo
    March 5, 2017

    I read ” fudging some facts about a minor potential constitutional violation in order to make a conviction stick.”, which gave me pause to consider it. In my book, that fully justifies the line’s existence.

    However, the more I thought, the more I wondered why the phrase is not an obvious oxymoron. If the Constitution, as amended, is fundamental to all our laws, then how can a violation of one of the Rights enumerated therein be considered “minor”?

    I don’t get it.

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