Officer receives only 30 days in jail for framing his ex-wife with a felonyA malicious scheme to ruin someone's life results in a fraction of the punishment that the victim nearly received.
Police State USA
May. 28, 2014
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MADISONVILLE, TX — A police sergeant enacted a plan to frame an an innocent citizen with felony drug charges. When caught and found guilty, his malicious scheme to ruin someone’s life only earned him a paltry sentence of 30 days in jail — just a fraction of what he intended to inflict on his victim.