Illinois Police Hired Convicted Felon With "Lengthy Criminal Record," Now He's Being Accused Of Re-offendingChris | InformationLiberation
Mar. 14, 2014
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If you want police to enforce laws which are inherently criminal and morally reprehensible, what better way to do that than hire career criminals?
(KMOV) – A man paid to uphold the law is now guilty of breaking it and News 4 questioned why he was allowed to be in law enforcement to begin with.Watch the video report: