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Analysis posted Mar 14 2014, 9:40 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Illinois Police Hired Convicted Felon With "Lengthy Criminal Record," Now He's Being Accused Of Re-offending

Chris | InformationLiberation

If you want police to enforce laws which are inherently criminal and morally reprehensible, what better way to do that than hire career criminals?

From KMOV:
(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.

Andre Jackson, 41, served with the Brooklyn and Alorton Police Departments until he was convicted by a jury of felony domestic battery charge.

News 4 learned Jackson had several run-ins with the law well before the latest offense.

Jackson is an officer with a lengthy record including infractions, protection orders and a battery charge dating back to 1993. That charge was dismissed but now he’s been convicted of aggravated domestic batter for choking a woman.

“Has a badge has a gun; he was serving as law enforcement. And this is not an isolated incident as in terms to his domestic situation,” said St. Clair County State’s Attorney, Brendan Kelly.

[...]Jackson is out on bond until his sentencing hearing which is scheduled for May 1. He faces three to five years in prison or could be given probation and not serve any jail time.
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Anonymous

Posted: Mar 16 2014, 3:12 AM

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10842 If numerology were an exact science, all that one would need to know, could be deduced from the first paragraph of this article. However, I've found flaws in numerology, like, the zeroth law; is up for debate.
So, in this realm of none sense, my comment to this article is: "no, you don't say?"
Nickel's 2bits

Posted: Mar 16 2014, 7:59 PM

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7147 I had to think about this one for quite a while. It's definitely one of those borderline cases.

My first thought is that they were idiots to hire him, with that on his record...

...but then on second thought: He had a lot of brushes with the law, yes; he was charged with a crime, yes. But he was never convicted of anything so far as I can tell.

If I were charged with a crime, then exonerated, it would be very unfair of any potential employer to turn me away because of the charge.

Think about it for the moment: Imagine you have a charge (but no conviction) on your record. Your potential employer tells you, "Well, you were charged with X and we don't hire criminals."

You say, "But I wasn't convicted, I was exonerated."

"Doesn't matter to us: If you were charged, we have to assume you were guilty."

Doesn't sound very fair, does it?

Now, if you want to discuss how come he has all those incidents and an actual charge, and somehow never got convicted, probably because of "professional courtesy"...THEN we have a problem.


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