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When Good Cops Go Bad: The Slippery Slope of Police Corruption

Police corruption is a pervasive and persistent problem that has plagued law enforcement agencies around the world for decades. Although most police officers are committed to upholding the law and serving their communities with integrity, a small percentage of officers succumb to the temptation of abusing their power and authority for personal gain. When this happens, the consequences can be devastating, eroding public trust and undermining the legitimacy of law enforcement as a whole.

One of the most insidious aspects of police corruption is that it often begins with small, seemingly harmless transgressions that escalate over time. For example, an officer might accept a free meal from a local restaurant in exchange for turning a blind eye to minor violations, such as parking infractions. This might not seem like a big deal at first, but it can quickly snowball into more serious forms of corruption, such as accepting bribes or protecting criminal enterprises.

The slippery slope of police corruption is a well-documented phenomenon that has been studied by criminologists for decades. According to the “broken windows” theory of policing, even minor acts of misconduct, such as ignoring traffic violations or failing to report misconduct by other officers, can create an environment in which more serious forms of corruption are more likely to occur. This is because officers who engage in minor forms of misconduct are more likely to rationalize and justify their behavior, making it easier for them to engage in more serious forms of misconduct in the future.

Moreover, the nature of police work itself can contribute to the slippery slope of corruption. Police officers are often exposed to high levels of stress, danger, and trauma, which can take a toll on their mental health and well-being. In some cases, officers may turn to corruption as a way to cope with the stress and trauma of their jobs. For example, an officer might use drugs or alcohol to numb the pain of witnessing violent crimes or to help them stay alert during long shifts. This can lead to addiction, which in turn can lead to more serious forms of corruption, such as stealing drugs from evidence lockers or falsifying reports to cover up their addiction.

It’s also worth noting that police corruption can be influenced by factors outside of law enforcement. For example, political pressure, organized crime, and systemic corruption within government institutions can create an environment in which police officers are more likely to engage in corrupt behavior. When officers see their superiors engaging in corrupt behavior, they may feel pressure to do the same in order to protect their jobs or advance their careers.

So what can be done to prevent police corruption and address the slippery slope of misconduct? There are several strategies that have been shown to be effective, including:

  1. Creating a culture of integrity within law enforcement agencies, in which officers are encouraged to report misconduct and are held accountable for their actions.
  2. Providing officers with regular training and support to help them cope with the stresses and trauma of their jobs.
  3. Implementing robust systems of oversight and accountability, including internal affairs units and independent civilian review boards.
  4. Encouraging community involvement and oversight, such as citizen review boards and community policing programs.

Ultimately, addressing police corruption and the slippery slope of misconduct requires a comprehensive and sustained effort from all stakeholders involved in law enforcement, including officers, administrators, policymakers, and the public. By working together to create a culture of integrity and accountability, we can ensure that law enforcement agencies are serving their communities with the utmost professionalism and respect, and that officers who engage in corrupt behavior are held accountable for their actions.


Internet Epically Trolls Cops on Facebook After They Bragged About Arresting Man for Weed and a Gun

By Matt Agorist (via The Free Thought Project)

In spite of the fact that weed is legal in some form in well over half the country, the drug warrior predator class still viciously enforces the war on marijuana, ruining and ending countless lives from coast to coast in the process.

Showing the massive disconnect between the police and the policed is the fact that despite the majority of the country agreeing on the legalization of marijuana, police departments still shamelessly take to social media to brag about kidnapping, caging and robbing people for it.

The Terrebone Parish Sheriff’s Office in southern Louisiana is the latest department to feel the heat for bragging about a recent kidnapping — and every bit of it is deserved.

On December 1, according to the department, they were patrolling an area near a storage facility and saw a man sitting near his pickup truck. The cops were with the TPSO’s narcotics force and when they pulled up on Brent Meads, they immediately claimed to smell the devil’s lettuce inside his truck.

In their post (archived here) on Facebook, police legitimized Meads’ subsequent kidnapping with the following statement:

Agents learned that Meads did not have a mini storage at this facility.
​After further investigation agents obtained a search warrant for the vehicle and the mini storage. During the execution of the search warrant agents recovered 20 pounds of marijuana, which has a street value of more than $100,000.00, along with $20,000.00 in cash, a Kel-Tec 5.56 rifle and a fully automatic Glock 40. Caliber handgun.


TFTP looked up Meads’ history, and going back years, police in south Louisiana have been arresting him for substances deemed illegal by the state. Likely due to the fact that he cannot get a good job because of his arrest record for drugs, Meads has very few options for employment. So, he apparently resorted to selling cannabis to support himself.

If he lived in California, he’d be heralded as an entrepreneur but because he lives in Louisiana, he is now in jail on a $150,000 bond — for having and allegedly attempting to sell a plant to willing customers.

In Louisiana, medical marijuana is legal with a prescription. The two major companies who hold a monopoly on the distribution of that medical marijuana make millions from that government-maintained monopoly while people like Meads end up in a cage for daring to challenge it.

This is shameful and it must stop and judging from the comments on the TPSO’s post, We The People are ready for a change.

Spike Cohen, the former vice presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party weighed in on the post, saying:

Weed, guns and money should not be illegal, and anyone who would ruin someone’s life over possessing those things needs to examine what it is they do for a living.
Brent Meads did nothing wrong.
When we end the war on drugs, qualified immunity and police unions, you’ll have to stop going after people who are exercising their rights, and start going after your fellow officers when they commit crimes against We the People.

Others agreed pointing out:

“This guy is really just a small business owner. Selling harmless medicine to willing customers for a fair price and owning a firearm in order to protect his business and self. Wheres (sic) the crime?”

The idea that police are still dedicating resources to going after people with a plant when there is a show on Netflix dedicated to cooking with that plant, shows the sheer disconnect between the government and their enforcers in law enforcement and the will of the people. This mentally should have died out a long time ago, yet here we are in 2021, with a mindset in the 30s.

“Dangerous Narcotics?! Get out of here with that nonsense. 1937 called, they want their propaganda back.”

Los Angeles police are force-vaccinating special needs children in heinous “Operation Homebound” program that resembles Nazi euthanasia of the retarded

By Ethan Huff (via Natural News)

California has launched a new Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccination program called “Operation Homebound” that involves sending police officers to people’s homes to force-vaccinate their special needs children.

Shocking video footage – see below – shows masked Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers jabbing needles into the arms of scared children with disabilities who clearly do not consent to being medically raped by the police state in the name of “public health.”

In one of the clips, a terrified special needs woman is seen struggling to escape her captors as they pull out a syringe and chase her arm for injection. Two officers are then seen restraining the woman while a third stabs it into her body without her permission.

“I’ll be gentle, okay? I’ll be gentle,” the officer holding the vaccine says.

“Noooooo!” the poor woman yells as she attempts to resist the chemical violence being inflicted upon her.

After finishing up forever modifying the woman’s DNA with the experimental messenger RNA (mRNA) syringe, the officers start clapping while the woman wails in horror at what happened to her.

In another clip, a special needs girl is seen in her driveway trying to escape officers who similarly inject her against her will with a gene-modifying cocktail, all while her family stands around watching.

An Alzheimer’s patient in yet another clip is seen being given an injection without even knowing what was going on.

“There you go; piece of cake,” the female officer who administered the shot to the dementia patient says. “It’s okay, hon, we just gave you a vaccination, that’s all.”

According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office, Operation Homebound is a “program designed to vaccinate the most underrepresented, homebound, and underserved disabled residents in our communities, including those experiencing homelessness.”

Why are Americans putting up with these crimes against humanity?

Forcibly vaccinating the sick and vulnerable without their consent is no different than what violent dictators from the past did to prisoners who were kept in concentration camps.

While the prisoners of yesteryear were held behind barbed wire, today’s prisoners are kept inside their homes, distanced from others and masked for their own “protection.” And while the prisoners of old were experimented on in confined sanitariums, today’s prisoners are visited in person by a masked law enforcement gestapo.

The only thing that has changed all these years is that the genocide now taking place is slightly more veiled than that of the early 20th century. Instead of being herded into gas chamber “showers,” today’s victims are herded into testing and vaccine clinics for their disease “cure.”

And today we have communist China pulling many strings with regards to the total annihilation of the West, as opposed to Benito Mussolini or Joseph Stalin.

“And the cops wonder at why they are being targeted,” wrote a commenter at Newswarsabout how door-to-door forced vaccinations is a really bad look for law enforcement. “When those sick Gestapo bastards come to your door, do not answer it.”

“The war is on my friends and if we do not start fighting back this will shortly become another dying socialist experiment by stupid politicians who are beyond being touched by education,” this same person added, noting that this is why our founders put the Second Amendment in place.

“Only when enough of those bastards [pay a price] will the politicians get the message that they cannot pull this crap on patriotic Americans.”