FOP Rips Chicago's Top Cop for Exposing Abuse Probe
October 18, 2010
The Fraternal Order of Police chapter representing Chicago police officers called Superintendent Jody Weis "irresponsible" for exposing an investigation involving seven officers, reports NBC.
On Monday, Weis revealed that seven Chicago PD officers have now been stripped of their police powers in a growing investigation of the alleged beating of a suspect in custody.
Read the full story at NBCChicago.com.
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8001 @ 10/19/2010 5:21 PM
eddiethekid,you say a police state? Think before you write. America is one of the most free countries in the world. Check out Mexico if you want a police state. North American police officers wage a losing battle against crime, but they still do it everyday. They all want to go home to a safe community the same as I do. So before you wine about police states, walk a block in their shoes and see what real life is about.
8001 @ 10/19/2010 5:44 PM
you have to read the whole story comments to see what eddiethekid said in his comment to nbcchicago news.
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