Days of our Trailers brings our attention to yet another abuse of power. Not by some activist judge, or some President vastly overstepping his authority, but by a commander in the police force.
As stated in the post:
“I’m not giving you the key. I’m not giving consent to enter my house,” Sgt. Corrigan recalled saying in an interview with me last week at D.C. Superior Court after the city dropped all 10 charges against him.
“Then the cop said to me, ‘I don’t have time to play this constitutional bullshit with you. We’re going to break your door in, and you’re going to have to pay for a new door.’”
~And this wasn’t just rookie ‘Beat Cop’ , this was a Commander of the force, a person who’s sworn to uphold that ‘Bullsh!t’ he so hates.~
That’s what certain individuals put into positions of authority think of things like Due Process, obtaining Warrants, Miranda, etc. The ‘boy in blue’ in our Nation’s Capitol. Versus An Iraqi War Veteran.
Go see the post and the article.
“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” – Lord Acton
h/t Thirdpower, Washington Times