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  1. This is crazy stuff.  Many of us have said "we need good cops to step up when bad cops do bad things"  In this case the good cops did just that.  The good cops were forced out and the bad cops promoted to leadership positions. Good for the good cops for remaining diligent to bring this to light.  I just cut and pasted some parts.  There are more in the article itself, including some of the leaked documents from the Internal Affairs investigation. http://henrycountyreport.com/blog/2015/12/01/leaked-documents-reveal-dothan-police-department-planted-drugs-on-young-black-men-for-years-district-attorney-doug-valeska-complicit/ ByJon B. Carroll Posted on December 1, 2015   982SHARES                     [ PICTURED IN THE IMAGE ABOVE, CARLTON OTT,  CLARK RICE,  STEVE HAMM, STEVE PARRISH, DAVID JAY, MICHAEL MAGRINO, DEWAYNE HERRING, ANDY HUGHES, GARY COLEMAN, AND SCOTT SMITH ] HUNDREDS OF CASES PROSECUTED WITH PLANTED EVIDENCE, MANY WRONGLY CONVICTED STILL IN PRISON The Alabama Justice Project has obtained documents that reveal a Dothan Police Department’s Internal Affairs investigation was covered up by the district attorney. A group of up to a dozen police officers on a specialized narcotics team were found to have planted drugs and weapons on young black men for years. They were supervised at the time by Lt. Steve Parrish, current Dothan Police Chief, and Sgt. Andy Hughes, current Director of Homeland Security for the State of Alabama. All of the officers reportedly were members of a Neoconfederate organization that the Southern Poverty Law Center labels “racial extremists.” The group has advocated for blacks to return to Africa, published that the civil rights movement is really a Jewish conspiracy, and that blacks have lower IQ’s . Both Parrish and Hughes held leadership positions in the group and are pictured above holding a confederate battle flag at one of the club’s secret meetings.   The result of the internal affairs investigation found that many of the officers should be discharged such as the document below states in Officer Magrino’s case. The scale of the problem facing the city is indicated in Magrino’s files where it mentions some 50 cases alone in his arrests that were questionably prosecuted. This number does not take into account the previous cases where he was the arresting officer, or the nearly dozen other officers in the squad with allegations against them by fellow officers.   All were aware of the investigation and its outcome. All have been rewarded with careers in law enforcement by those for whom they covered, while those who spoke out were forced out of the department. Disturbingly, Ott and Parrish have both attended the FBI academy. Both were highly recommended by the district attorney and former Police Chief, John White. However, at this point, our sources and the documents confirm the investigation was shut down, and the files ordered “buried” by Police Chief, John White, and District Attorney, Doug Valeska.   The original group of officers were dismayed that the investigation was covered up. Even more disturbing, the officers responsible were then promoted in the department. They allege the practice of planting drugs continued for years on black men by those who were part of the group.   By coming forward almost a decade later after these letters, this group of officers who witnessed drugs and weapons being planted and had the moral courage to bravely do the right thing are hoping the United States Department of Justice will intervene. The want a specially appointed federal prosecutor, from outside the state of Alabama to hold District Attorney, Doug Valeska, former Chief, John White, current Chief, Steve Parrish, Homeland Security Director, Andy Hughes, and Capt Carleton Ott responsible. But most importantly, attempt to make those hundreds of young black men’s lives whole again who have been victims of the Dothan Police Department. They believe the time for justice has come.    
  2. Syrian refugees

    They dont come into the United States until the process is already completed
  3. Syrian refugees

    There are much easier, faster, and more lenient ways to get into the United States than waiting two years in the refugee program. These are people trying to get away from ISIS.  They are not ISIS and we shouldn't treat them as such
  4. Ted Cruz Joins the Idiocy Parade

    He campaign team finally caught on that saying crazy poo gets a bump in the poles in Republican primaries.  
  5. Well... behind all the Hornets And Curry But other than that Kevin Durant has moved to the upper echelon of my highly coveted fandom http://espn.go.com/blog/atlanta-falcons/post/_/id/17685/nba-star-kevin-durant-sees-cam-newton-winning-mvp-super-bowl Who is your MVP? "Cam Newton. It’s easy for you to say (Tom) Brady because he’s actually throwing the ball a lot. Cam, they have a really good defense and a really good running game, but he’s running the ball himself and he’s passing. They’re 11-0 and they’re playing great football; dominant football. And he’s the leader. Without him, they wouldn’t be who they are, so you’ve got to give it to him. Who is the Defensive Player of the Year? "You’ve got to go either Josh Norman or Luke Kuechly. You don’t throw the ball to Norman. He’s looking like the best corner in the league. Kuechly’s got a couple picks himself and he leads them in tackles, I think. There are so many defenses players I probably haven’t watched as much, but you have to go with the Panthers.’" Who will win the Super Bowl? "Carolina. They’ve just got the total package on both ends. Their linebackers are as quick as cornerbacks. Their cornerback is the best in the league. The offensive line has gotten better protecting Cam. They're running it well, and he’s passing it well. I just feel like they have it all."
  6. Panthers sign CB Cortland Finnegan

    Trust the Nippleshorts 
  7. Didnt doubt his production.  Did doubt his ability to stay healthy with heavier workload 
  8. Panthers sign CB Cortland Finnegan

    We needed it.  He is now our asshole so I hope he pisses every opponent off.  Glad we got him
  9. Syrian refugees

  10. I agree with others that he should be commended for his convictions and not compromising his personal morality.                                    But seriously Tim.  You are an idiot.
  11. Yep.  Shooter may have had more weapons and ammo that way.  May have ended even worse.
  12. James vs. Newton

    Cam would post his ass up on the block.   Rivera looking like proud papa bear in the background FTW
  13. Yep. Wait.  What the fug was a Bears fan doing there?
  14. Suspect was decribed as a 40 year old white male.     I kid I kid