Typical.

Maybe if law enforcement in Michigan started playing by the rules–on the streets and in FOIA cases, tax payers wouldn’t have to pay as much for your fuck ups when you do get caught and you could stop complaining about having your unfair protections, exceptions and exemptions examined.

https://www.michiganradio.org/law/2021-05-12/se-michigan-law-enforcement-officials-oppose-congress-getting-rid-of-qualified-immunity

https://www.wxyz.com/news/local-news/investigations/right-to-remain-secret-why-police-misconduct-records-stay-hidden-in-michigan

In law enforcement, as in life, those that cheat and lie about the “little things” (hiding FOIA documents for the prosecutor, destroying records, making exceptions for criminals who are public officials) probably cheat on the big things, too. No wonder they want to keep their qualified immunity and keep their police misconduct files secret.



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