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  • ChiCity
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    Originally posted by blk98gt View Post
    I'm trying to figure this one out because for now it seems like you are sticking up for the dealers. As a citizen I wouldn't give a rats *** if they beat em with a baseball bat. They're garbage in our community and should be treated as such.
    And the only corrupt that concerns me is if you work with the dealers.
    Well, just to play devil's advocate, I'll say that shaking down dealers is different from getting them off the streets. Shaking down dealers is just sort of like leeching off them and perpetuating the problem.

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  • blk98gt
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    Originally posted by MorseAve1134 View Post
    Congrats for shaking down dealers and getting caught and not prosecuted? The media is bs, but so is being corrupt.
    I'm trying to figure this one out because for now it seems like you are sticking up for the dealers. As a citizen I wouldn't give a rats *** if they beat em with a baseball bat. They're garbage in our community and should be treated as such.
    And the only corrupt that concerns me is if you work with the dealers.

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  • dogcop
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    From Morse's other posts, it appears he has the "inside track" to alot of police issues

    If those Officers are truly clean, I hope they sue and get a payday. If POS's can get paid, so should Cops that get railroaded.

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  • ChiTownDet
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    Originally posted by MorseAve1134 View Post
    Congrats for shaking down dealers and getting caught and not prosecuted? The media is bs, but so is being corrupt.
    Glad you had the "inside track" on what really happened with these guys..

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  • skigoggles
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    Originally posted by MorseAve1134 View Post
    The media is bs, but so is being corrupt.
    So is being naive enough to believe all those cops were bad.
    Last edited by skigoggles; 02-12-2009, 07:02 PM. Reason: it was is

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  • MorseAve1134
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    Originally posted by blk98gt View Post
    Congratulations to those two officers. F*** the media.
    Congrats for shaking down dealers and getting caught and not prosecuted? The media is bs, but so is being corrupt.

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  • blk98gt
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    Congratulations to those two officers. F*** the media.

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  • ccsd0601
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    Originally posted by FourAces325 View Post
    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/1...021109.article

    Reading the public's comments on this story both on the Sun Times and Tribune websites, it seems people believe it's a "CPD coverup". I'm not a cop so maybe I am ignorant of the situation, but why would the State's Attorney's Office cover up a crime for these officers? The SA and CPD are seperate entities right? If anything, I would think the SA would be getting political pressure to make charges stick in this situation.

    In any event, guilty or innocent, the State's Attorney couldn't prove their case so I say let the officers move on with their lives.
    It's not a cover-up by CPD... the SAs office gets a kick out of prosecuting law enforcement. (City, County, State, etc) as u stated, there would be (and was/still is) massive political, and media pressure to make the charges stick. I guess there will be liberal groups, so-called, fake community and religious leaders (media whores), and The Great Rev. Al Sharpton to voice outrage.

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  • Charges dropped against 2 former SOS officers & the public perception

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/1...021109.article

    Reading the public's comments on this story both on the Sun Times and Tribune websites, it seems people believe it's a "CPD coverup". I'm not a cop so maybe I am ignorant of the situation, but why would the State's Attorney's Office cover up a crime for these officers? The SA and CPD are seperate entities right? If anything, I would think the SA would be getting political pressure to make charges stick in this situation.

    In any event, guilty or innocent, the State's Attorney couldn't prove their case so I say let the officers move on with their lives.

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