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Louisiana Captain from Popular Anti-Crime Videos Resigns After Disagreement with Sheriff | Continuous News Coverage | Acadiana-Lafayette

Clay Higgins, the charismatic Sheriff's captain who put St. Landry Parish (LA) Crime Stoppers on the international map with his viral videos, has resigned from the Sheriff's Office after a disagreement with the sheriff over the tone of his videos. More Here.

February 29, 2016

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Vic Maynard @ 2/29/2016 10:40 PM

Retired 30 yrs, Sheriff's Office, NC. I experienced many things in my career, 25 yrs in the field and 24 yrs on a SRT/SWAT team. The anti-law enforcement, Cop's are the criminals and the criminals are victims culture is a dishonor and disgrace to all American people. A criminal justice system that is broke and failed, no fear attitude among criminals, younger and younger teenagers becoming very active in criminal gangs that the majority of politicians will not even admit exist. A violent crime rate higher than any recorded time in history. War on drugs, there is no war on drugs. If there was, the political powers would declare war and unleash the United States Military and Law Enforcement on the drug sources. Starting with the countries who are shipping in tons of cocaine, marijuana and other illegal drugs everyday. Facts and evidence based the major impact that fuels crime, drains the healthcare system and destroys families in the USA.Well stated Clay Higgins, you are a man of truth.

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