Report Your Clown
Have you been violated or a victim of law enforcement? Do you want to warn the public about it? Hold your tax-paid, public servant accountable by exposing the dirty-handed deeds covered up by their department to neighbors, schools, and the whole community. Maybe you didn't find justice amidst the courts collusion. Get it here by telling your story. Hold your tyrants accountable by making them face their community in less comfortable boots. The system continues to protect, employ, and reward these criminals.
The select Law Enforcement Officers who have earned noteworthy attention while acting under the color of law are honored here on the Mistaken Bacon Wall of Shame. Police brutality among the public is out of control. These tyrants are paid to protect and serve, yet "in the name of safety", these "public servants" are protecting and serving the shit out of the taxpayers who make their salaries possible. Law enforcement is responsible for the killings of over 5000 citizens since the 9/11 attacks. Statistically, that breaks down to over one American death per day by our very own domestic police officers. So many victims, and no justice for their families. The police cover-up, lie, steal, rob, cheat, kidnap, plant evidence, you name it, then they are rewarded with paid vacations and promotions. No one ever hears about these extreme numbers because the news is pressured to report the toxic side of the story given by the protect-and-serve police. If you have experienced such commendable and upstanding service from your public servant, the Wall of Shame would like to share your story.
SINCE 9/11, POLICE ARE RESPONSIBLE
Badges don't grant extra rights and crooked cops should not escape unscathed for their unlawful behavior, nor should they be granted unworthy immunities when the public would never be given the same consideration. Police should not be immune from enduring the same consequences, including jail time, and pensions taken. These overpaid tyrants won't be allowed to continue unscathed, starting here in the Pig Pen.
"The nation’s leading law enforcement agency [FBI] collects vast amounts of information on crime nationwide, but missing from this clearinghouse are statistics on where, how often, and under what circumstances police use deadly force. In fact, no one anywhere comprehensively tracks the most significant act police can do in the line of duty: take a life". -Las Vegas Review-Journal. Fatal Encounters is intended to help create a database of all deaths through police interaction in the United States since Jan. 1, 2000.
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