You're all familiar with Baltimore, right? Fire up the Google machine
#5 | POSTED BY MUSTANG AT 2019-12-05 12:09 PM
"Oct 4, 2019 - Nearly 800 criminal cases involving 25 police officers suspected of corruption are set to be thrown out in Baltimore, according to the city's chief prosecutor. The 25 officers include eight who were in the now-defunct Gun Trace Task Force, six of whom pleaded guilty to corruption ..."
"In the years before the FBI arrested members of a corrupt unit of Baltimore police detectives, Rodney Hill says Internal Affairs had received a "good number" of citizen complaints against the corrupt officers. Sergeant Wayne Jenkins beat at least one Internal Affairs investigation and remained on the streets with the help of high-ranking officials in the department who wanted Jenkins to continue his aggressive tactics. The disgraced sergeant is now serving a 25-year sentence in a federal prison in Arizona."
"In April 2014, Officer Frederick Allen pleaded guilty to two counts of a sexual abuse of a minor."
"In March 2014, the city of Baltimore agreed to pay $250,000 to a man arrested at the Preakness Stakes in 2010 for recording police officers with his mobile phone. The city admitted no misconduct and said it was unable to identify the officers who arrested Christopher Sharp, but agreed to pay to settle the matter."
"In November 2013, Officer Ashley Roane pleaded guilty to charges related to a scheme to sell Social Security numbers. She admitted to having used official computers to access personal information which she then passed on to others who used the information to defraud the government."
"In October 2013, Officer Kendell Richburg was sentenced to eight years in prison on a number of charges. He pleaded guilty of conspiring with a local drug dealer."
I don't really have the hours I need to keep going and make anything resembling covering "all of it" regarding murdermore police corruption. ----, just go watch The Wire.