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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Cop Abuses Authority... Well, the *Whole Story* is Newsworthy

Cops are bad people. Cops abuse their authority regularly, and not just when they torture and batter "suspects," or blatantly violate others' human rights - which they do regularly. But this particular state trooper out of Maryland comes close to Decatur County, TN policemanship:

A parent volunteered to chaperone school students on a fieldtrip. One student was acting disorderly and the woman tapped him on the shoulder to get his attention before reprimanding the third-grader. The parent now faces charges of assaulting a minor and faces up to ten years in prison, should she be found guilty!

As it happens, the child's father is a state trooper. "I just reached out to tap him to 'Shush' him. That was it," says Mary Fischer. The state trooper's name is being withheld.

Like Decatur County, TN, this report brought out several similar complaints of abuse by local law enforcement agents, particularly state troopers. Contact www.policeabuse.com with your own stories of police misconduct.

© C Harris Lynn, 2008

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