Police: We did not know it was illegal to lie on a police report.

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
 
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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
According to the Fox News report. 1,100 deputies violated the law when booking evidence. So we can say all of them can’t we? That is a problem don’t you think? When criminals are going to be let off because cops broke the law?
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
What lies?
 
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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
According to the Fox News report. 1,100 deputies violated the law when booking evidence. So we can say all of them can’t we? That is a problem don’t you think? When criminals are going to be let off because cops broke the law?
It happens quite often. In the past the officer didn't even lose his job.
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
What lies and what judge?
 

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What judge did the police lie to and what were the lies? You made an accusation specifically about the Taylor case, if you don't have specific lies continue to ignore the question and we will be able to recognize that you are a lying POS. Pretty simple.
 
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What judge did the police lie to and what were the lies? You made an accusation specifically about the Taylor case, if you don't have specific lies continue to ignore the question and we will be able to recognize that you are a lying POS. Pretty simple.
I've answered this 20 times and you've seen it.
 

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What judge did the police lie to and what were the lies? You made an accusation specifically about the Taylor case, if you don't have specific lies continue to ignore the question and we will be able to recognize that you are a lying POS. Pretty simple.
I've answered this 20 times and you've seen it.
No I haven't all you have is an article from Slate magazine that claims cops lie all the time. First off Slate is a left wing nut case site, I won't read it nor will I read Breitbart, I have the lies and the spin.

You specifically mentioned the Taylor case, prove it or not, I really don't care, until you do you are a lying POS.
 

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What judge did the police lie to and what were the lies? You made an accusation specifically about the Taylor case, if you don't have specific lies continue to ignore the question and we will be able to recognize that you are a lying POS. Pretty simple.
I've answered this 20 times and you've seen it.
You are lying now.
 

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What judge did the police lie to and what were the lies? You made an accusation specifically about the Taylor case, if you don't have specific lies continue to ignore the question and we will be able to recognize that you are a lying POS. Pretty simple.
I've answered this 20 times and you've seen it.
You are lying now.
She sure is, and she won't prove anything because she has jack shit.
 
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What judge did the police lie to and what were the lies? You made an accusation specifically about the Taylor case, if you don't have specific lies continue to ignore the question and we will be able to recognize that you are a lying POS. Pretty simple.
I've answered this 20 times and you've seen it.
You are lying now.
She sure is, and she won't prove anything because she has jack shit.
Louisville postal inspector: No ‘packages of interest’ at slain EMT Breonna Taylor’s home

And if you carefully read between the lines of the prosecutor in Louisville he tip toes around this.

He also said the three officers "had no known involvement in the preceding investigation or obtainment of the search warrant."

Grand jury recording in Breonna Taylor to be made public
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
According to the Fox News report. 1,100 deputies violated the law when booking evidence. So we can say all of them can’t we? That is a problem don’t you think? When criminals are going to be let off because cops broke the law?
It looks increasingly that in the police there are just a few good apples in a system that is rotten to the core.
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
That case is done. Justice was served. Move on to your next outrage.
 
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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
That case is done. Justice was served. Move on to your next outrage.
And yet it isn't.
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
That case is done. Justice was served. Move on to your next outrage.
And yet it isn't.
Decided in a court of law.
 
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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
And that’s why they were fired, so what are you crying about?
It is and that's great but no one has been hold accountable for the lies told to the judge in the Breonna Taylor case to get the warrant.

Also, how is it possible that a police officer didn't know this was illegal?
That case is done. Justice was served. Move on to your next outrage.
And yet it isn't.
Decided in a court of law.
The investigation into the lies to get the warrant continues.
 

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Two former Orange County sheriff’s deputies told a California grand jury they did not know it was against the law to falsify police documents, an offense that led to their firing and conviction amid a widespread department “evidence scandal” that came to light last year, according to a local report. .


To be fair they are rarely held accountable for it.
Sounds like filling out a FISA warrant
 

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