For instance someone made a phone call with a false, easily disprovable allegation that I was calling and texting them. These two "cops" come to where I am late at night to threaten me with arrest and basically calling me a liar when I deny it, and then I call the station and the guy who sent them out referred to the person calling as "the victim" which once again, assumes my GUILT. Why would a liar who makes a phone call be a victim? If anyone was the victim it was me. I am sick and tired of corrupt pigs treating me like dirt and assuming I did something I didn't based on the word of someone on a call.
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There have always been "bad cops who get away with bias." Any time you give people authority, there will be people who abuse it. We just have to hope that there are more people who won't abuse their power and actually care about their communities than there are people who do.0
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