Cops: When They're Not Committing Crimes For The State, They're Committing Crimes For ThemselvesChris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 22, 2012
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When the police are not doing officially state sanctioned criminal actions, you'll frequently find them moonlighting in non-state sanctioned criminal actions, such as this story from the AP details:
NYPD badges out, Kelvin Jones and the other armed men turned up out of nowhere at a New Jersey warehouse and began barking orders.Read the full report on this career criminal here.