This is what makes me crazy when I see someone try to defend these dimwitted costumed thugs.
Just this morning I read on a statist indoctrinated face book page suggestions that the cops take leave en mass or even resign in mass so as to teach all those ungrateful mundanes a lesson. Listen up. They will never resign en mass because they don’t want us mundanes to figure out that we can do without them because they do nothing for us, except live as parasites on our backs. — jtl, 419
It’s not your imagination: the New York Police Department has been planting evidence and framing innocent people all in order to meet arrest quotes.
This comes from a former New York City narcotics detective, Stephen Anderson, testified in court that the NYPD routinely plants drugs on innocent people. He described this as a “common practice,” a “quick and easy” way for officers to reach arrest quotas.
The practice is known among NYPD cops as “flaking.”
Anderson was busted, along with four other officers, “flaking” four men in Queens back in 2008. He has cooperated with prosecutors, and is admitting that far from a few “bad apples,” this is the modus operandi of the NYPD.
“It was something I was seeing a lot of, whether it was from supervisors or under-covers and even investigators,” Anderson testified.
“It’s almost like you have no emotion with it, that they attach the bodies to it, they’re going to be out of jail tomorrow anyway; nothing is going to happen to them anyway.”
The NYPD arrested over 50,000 people last year for low-level marijuana offenses.
As it turns out 86% of them are African American and Latino.
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