Cop Claims Man Choked Him, Video Shows Cop Choked ManAfter Evidence Comes To Light, Cops Loot Taxpayers For $1.1 Million To Pay Off Police Abuse Victim
Chris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 01, 2014
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Imagine if you could commit any crime you want, then, on the off chance you're caught, you could pay off your victims with other peoples' money and absolve yourself of any personal responsibility.
That's the situation police in the United States find themselves in.
As one would expect under such an arrangement, cops act with total impunity.
In this case out of Dallas, Texas police brazenly charged a man for crimes he did not commit, imprisoned him for 15-months on false charges, then looted taxpayers to the tune of $1.1 million to pay off their victim once video was released showing their claims were a fabrication and they engaged in a criminal conspiracy to persecute an innocent man.
In his report, Officer Antkowiak stated that Jones "...took his right hand and grabbed the officer by his throat, choking him and lifting him off the ground."Watch the videos courtesy of WFAA:
Despite having these videos, police absolved themselves during their initial joke of an "internal investigation."
The police chief says he chose to settle the pursuant lawsuit rather than risk trial because "focus groups" told them they would lose.
I guess engaging in a criminal conspiracy to deny a man his rights doesn't test well with people.
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