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Old 11-02-2012, 9:22 PM
Overbear Overbear is offline
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I have a curious question...lets say this leads to a lawsuit. Why not sit the other side down once it starts and they realise they are going to loose. Then offer them a deal, lawsuit gets dropped, IF the offending officer is dismissed from the force and bared from being rehired? Do that in enough lawsuits, and the cops are going to get the hint...back off or you loose your job.
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