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Analysis posted Oct 17 2013, 11:14 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Cop Caught Speeding 737 Times, Police Chief Won't Fire Him

Chris | InformationLiberation

Sorrento, Louisiana police officer James Bell's job is to write people speeding tickets, as part of police chief Earl Theroit's "crack down" on citizen's speeding, he wrote over 300 tickets in the last two months.

After crashing into an innocent woman's car while going over 100 mph, the female victim's lawyer requested the GPS records on Bell's patrol car.

What they found was Bell was a serial speeder, breaking the law some 737 times, including in areas outside his jurisdiction.

Despite repeatedly breaking the laws he is sworn to uphold, the police chief is refusing to fire him, telling WAFB his small department "[doesn't] have the man power" to continue without him.

If you needed any proof speeding tickets are entirely about raising revenue and not at all about public safety, look no further.

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Posted: Oct 17 2013, 1:13 PM

70199 Laws?
What laws?
We're the stinkin' law!

Posted: Oct 18 2013, 10:29 PM

68107 the cops insurance companies only need to refuse to insure these types.then they will have to go back to the unprotected criminal behavour they engaged in before they were cops.

Posted: Oct 18 2013, 10:43 PM

68107 wonder if they took gps/speed data on all cop cars in the U.S.,how many speeding violations there would be?the civilians would be a very unhappy bunch.

Posted: Feb 23 2014, 2:10 AM

50240 I am a police officer of 18 years. This guy has 9 months on the job?! He should be fired.

Posted: Nov 21 2015, 11:14 PM

216115 Well, the chief was later arrested for raping a woman he arrested for public intoxication and the fbi charged him with malfeasance, so there is that. Then, the insurance company DID drop their coverage because Sorrentos cops were involved in: rapes, murders, car theft, organized crime chop shop and sales, drug trafficking, money laundering, fencing stolen goods, bribery, tasing a teenager because "he asked me to do it," stealing from area homes and businesses, harassment for hire (local politics is a shit show here), and much much more (google it). The four person "force" had a turnover rate comparable to Walmart and they have been dissolved and replaced by APSO...who gleefully took over one of America's most lucrative speed traps according to AAA.
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