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(6ABC Philadelphia)   Dallas police department suspects officer of ordering two murders, leaves him on the job for over a year "to not tip him off"   (6abc.com) divider line
    More: Awkward, Murder, Police, Officer Bryan Riser, Dallas Police Department, Life imprisonment, Capital punishment, Constable, city's former police chief  
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2021-03-05 4:34:00 PM  
One year pay for double homicide? People have been murdered for less.
 
2021-03-05 4:38:35 PM  
Huh.  That's unusual.  I wonder what it takes for a cop to be held accountable for a crime?

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Oh.
 
2021-03-05 5:17:37 PM  
Police get charged for murder?

*clicks link*

Oh.  Yeah.
 
2021-03-05 5:46:37 PM  
Funny how they have to take their time and be really, really sure about this. Other times, some iffy guy says there's drugs in a house and a SWAT team is there by morning.
 
2021-03-05 6:11:14 PM  
So, the Feds were after bigger fish using bacon as bait?

I wonder when the Officer became expendable?
 
2021-03-05 6:12:12 PM  
"Yeah, I'll have the number two combo, supersize with a coke, a double homicide, one order of onion rings and one hot apple pie, please"
 
2021-03-05 6:12:23 PM  

Another Government Employee: So, the Feds were after bigger fish using bacon as bait?

I wonder when the Officer became expendable?


Did you see the mugshot?
 
2021-03-05 6:17:17 PM  
Interesting, Cleveland just had an officer resign an hour before he was going to be fired for tipping off dealers that they were under investigation. It's not often that you hear about two officers facing actual discipline in 24 hours.
 
2021-03-05 6:18:02 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Huh.  That's unusual.  I wonder what it takes for a cop to be held accountable for a crime?

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Pedophilia. Even a cop's union will run away from a cop accused of sexually abusing minors. But murdering people? No problem, innocent cops until proven absolutely guilty!
 
2021-03-05 6:24:57 PM  
Is it odd to anyone else that both of these are in the same article?

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So he's on administrative leave... in the county jail.
 
2021-03-05 6:31:15 PM  
You gonna make that pig pay back 2 years of slop pay?

F*ck the police.
#ACAB
 
2021-03-05 6:37:28 PM  

Badafuco: You gonna make that pig pay back 2 years of slop pay?

F*ck the police.
#ACAB


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2021-03-05 6:37:28 PM  

edmo: Funny how they have to take their time and be really, really sure about this. Other times, some iffy guy says there's drugs in a house and a SWAT team is there by morning.


"Well, the house is on that block.  I don't remember the exact number, but you'll know it when you see it.  Can't miss it."
later that day....
"Well, I swore that was the house that the guy said.  Whoops!  That's why they put erasers on pencils."
 
2021-03-05 6:47:36 PM  

mateomaui: So he's on administrative leave... in the county jail.


It happens. My local police department had a cop committing rapes. He was on payroll while in jail for 2 years because their union contract says they cannot be fired if they are merely charged with a crime.
 
2021-03-05 6:53:46 PM  

skinink: Benevolent Misanthrope: Huh.  That's unusual.  I wonder what it takes for a cop to be held accountable for a crime?

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Pedophilia. Even a cop's union will run away from a cop accused of sexually abusing minors. But murdering people? No problem, innocent cops until proven absolutely guilty!


And you had better make sure the police department involved has *nothing* to do with collecting the evidence or knowledge of who the witnesses are to the murder(s), because suddenly the chain of evidence will get broken into a billion pieces and the witnesses will suddenly end up getting named as suspects (this only applies to murders the police commit while off-duty and not involving "stopping" another crime, if it happens on-duty, qualified immunity and the cop involved gets to collect overtime filing paperwork and watching YouTube and Facebook Live until the police union gets the no-bill taken care of).
 
2021-03-05 7:00:16 PM  

fragMasterFlash: "Yeah, I'll have the number two combo, supersize with a LITER of COLA, a double homicide, one order of onion rings and one hot apple pie, please"


FTFFarva
 
2021-03-05 7:07:52 PM  
This guy seems familiar...
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2021-03-05 7:12:30 PM  

Badafuco: You gonna make that pig pay back 2 years of slop pay?

F*ck the police.
#ACAB


Nope. The prosecutors made the decision not to charge.

I'm a little surprised they went with admin leave instead of suspension without pay when the charges were filed, though.
 
2021-03-05 7:30:49 PM  
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2021-03-05 7:32:54 PM  
fine police work there, lou
 
2021-03-05 8:29:00 PM  

Another Government Employee: I'm a little surprised they went with admin leave instead of suspension without pay when the charges were filed


Union contract. He probably cannot be placed on unpaid suspension for criminal charges.
 
2021-03-05 9:34:24 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Huh.  That's unusual.  I wonder what it takes for a cop to be held accountable for a crime?

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Oh.


Soooooo.... committing murder outside of the color of law?
 
2021-03-05 9:34:26 PM  
I still wonder why farkers refer to cops as officers when they are not actually doing an officer job. They are a cop or a pig. There are articles submitted about an actual Officer. I like those.
 
2021-03-05 9:56:56 PM  
Wonder what it was he did to piss off the new chief?

Wonder who the new chief owed a favor to?

This is TX. Prob. one or the other.
 
2021-03-05 10:34:51 PM  

RedVentrue: Wonder what it was he did to piss off the new chief?

Wonder who the new chief owed a favor to?

This is TX. Prob. one or the other.


He was blah.

The Klan, Q, 0any number of racist f*ck's, his own inclinations?
 
2021-03-05 11:56:04 PM  

mrmopar5287: union contract

mrmopar5287: Union contract.


Assumes facts not in evidence. Meanwhile in the real world TFA says this was discovered 20 months ago and the new police chief started his job 1 month ago. I'd say it has to do with a crooked former police chief
 
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