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Being protected and served again:

Appearing in federal court in Greenbelt, Sinisa Simic, 25, of Woodbridge, Va. pleaded guilty to four of 22 criminal charges he faced in connection with a widespread federal corruption investigation that has already resulted in a guilty plea from former Prince George’s County ExecutiveJack B. Johnson.

To protect themselves during the transports, Simic used his police-issued service weapon and bought a .50 caliber Desert Eagle handgun for Kunjundzic, according to Simic’s plea agreement. Simic used his authority as a police officer to check license plates, driver’s licences and other data not accessable to the public, said Mr. Raman. On one particular day, Simic even took off work as a police officer so that he could drive a shipment of cigarettes to Atlantic City

I wonder how many of his pals in the “brotherhood” are complicit? This is a reminder of perhaps who may be the biggest supporters of the War on Drugs and of course should lay rest the claim that by simply donning a badge these folks are entitled to additional respect that the rest of the population is not entitled to.  I’m not far away from believing that the police ought not be armed. Wait to you see the kinds of things they call me when I finally make that leap.

HT: Alex R.

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