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Two LAPD Officers Worked Together To Rape And Sexually Assault Women Arrested For Narcotics, Finally Charged After Two Year Investigation

(Credit: Bob Chamberlin, LA Times)

Two veteran LAPD officers were arrested by detectives from the same police force on Wednesday and charged with a series of sexual assaults, most of which occurred while they were on duty.  The officers are expected in court on Thursday and are now held on more than $3.5 million bail. Prosecutors allege …

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Justice System’s Double Standards Exposed Again: Retired judge gets probation for firing at LAPD officer from West L.A. townhouse

Credit: LA Times

Once again, we see a criminal justice system in action working overtime to protect certain citizens.  If James Bascue was a minority firing on an LAPD officer, would he only on probation? Would he be alive? Via LA Times: A retired Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has pleaded no contest …

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Will the LAPD finally bring a cop to trial for killing an unarmed man?

Demonstrators protest the killing of an unarmed homeless man by a Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officer, in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, California May 7, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn - RTX1C0UA

Via The Atlantic: “While a Los Angeles Police Department officer hasn’t been charged in an on-duty killing in more than 15 years, it suddenly seems likely that it may happen. On Monday, L.A. police chief Charlie Beck, who typically defends his force, publicly announced that Officer Clifford Proctor, 50, should …

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