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    SJay.SD
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    It is a travesty that these Deputies are taking the fall for following lawful orders. This is setting a clear message that this could happen to us, no matter how lawful our actions are.

    We are putting together a defense fund/support fund for these guys. The website is going to be supportoursix.org. We are working out the details and it should be up shortly. You can donate through this site. If anyone here would like to assist, not just monetarily, but help pass the word, please PM me.
    SJay.SD
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    Last edited by SJay.SD; 07-11-2014, 04:33 PM.

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  • avici_183
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    Originally posted by pulicords View Post
    I'm not particularly enamored with the FBI as an organization (Its practically impossible to file a complaint against their agents), but these deputies weren't convicted by "the feds". The jury that convicted them was composed of local citizens, just like a juries that hear cases involving allegations of state or local criminal violations.

    If anything, you'd think a local jury would be more inclined to side with local law enforcement acting "reasonably" in the course and scope of their employment.

    Questionable jury swap, jury instructions, AND presiding judge.

    Leaders don't feed Deps to Federal Wolves.

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  • ateamer
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    That wasn't the case with Sgt. Koon and Officer Powell, nor with Officer Mohr, nor with Agents Ramos and Compean, nor with more officers who have been shafted by the DOJ.

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  • pulicords
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  • pulicords
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    I'm not particularly enamored with the FBI as an organization (Its practically impossible to file a complaint against their agents), but these deputies weren't convicted by "the feds". The jury that convicted them was composed of local citizens, just like a juries that hear cases involving allegations of state or local criminal violations.

    If anything, you'd think a local jury would be more inclined to side with local law enforcement acting "reasonably" in the course and scope of their employment.

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  • L-1
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    Originally posted by ateamer View Post
    31 VC is good to go for peace officers from any agency, not just CHP.
    Yeah, but CVC 31 only pertains to peace officers while in the performance of their duties under the provisions of the Vehicle Code. If false statements are made outside VC enforcement, VC 31 doesn't apply.

    OTOH, CVC 20 flat out prohibits making false statements to CHP personnel without limitation as to what sections of the law are being enforced at the time.

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  • Peacemaker54
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    The federal code for lying/obstruction also can be used by other federal agencies, not just the FBI

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  • ateamer
    Salty Dog

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    31 VC is good to go for peace officers from any agency, not just CHP.

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  • L-1
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    Originally posted by ChiTownDet View Post
    FBI. The only "law enforcement" agency where you can be charged for lying to them.
    Add the California Highway Patrol to the list. They have a similar law.

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  • RGDS
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    Originally posted by AzLaw_E View Post
    What do you expect from the feds...especially the fbi...They're businessman with guns and the closet they've gotten to the streets is by reading the reports of real cops.

    Can that be made into a sticky?!?!?

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  • ChiTownDet
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    FBI. The only "law enforcement" agency where you can be charged for lying to them.

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  • AzLaw_E
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    What do you expect from the feds...especially the fbi...They're businessman with guns and the closet they've gotten to the streets is by reading the reports of real cops.

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  • avici_183
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    Nearly hurled listening to the video and the overzealous ACLU female advocate. I'm sure any use of force would be excessive to her.

    f**k the one-sided prosecution and last minute juror swaps.

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  • republicangopmh
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    Originally posted by xColdZerox View Post
    link? sauce?

    http://reason.com/blog/2014/07/01/si...uilty-in-feder

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  • xColdZerox
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    link? sauce?

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  • Retired96
    Retired Sgt. LASD

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    started a topic All six LASD Deps convicted..

    All six LASD Deps convicted..

    I see on the news that all six were convicted today in Federal court in the case that involved hiding the inmate from the Feds...

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