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2 retired state troopers indicted for illegally disposing of department weapons, accepting free guns

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They should have gone the safer route and got paid for details and overtime they didn't work. The "unearned" income could have been used to pay for guns.

Apparently, it's a low-risk operation, "No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal".
No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal

45 officers investigated, 27 found to have collected pay for detail hours they didn't work, and no one facing criminal charges.
 

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They should have gone the safer route and got paid for details and overtime they didn't work. The "unearned" income could have been used to pay for guns.

Apparently, it's a low-risk operation, "No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal".
No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal

45 officers investigated, 27 found to have collected pay for detail hours they didn't work, and no one facing criminal charges.
Unbelievable.
 

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They should have gone the safer route and got paid for details and overtime they didn't work. The "unearned" income could have been used to pay for guns.

Apparently, it's a low-risk operation, "No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal".
No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal

45 officers investigated, 27 found to have collected pay for detail hours they didn't work, and no one facing criminal charges.
Thats what happens when you live in and work for the "Police State".

When the time comes, they won't be charged for murdering you trying to take your guns either.
 
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They should have gone the safer route and got paid for details and overtime they didn't work. The "unearned" income could have been used to pay for guns.

Apparently, it's a low-risk operation, "No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal".
No criminal charges for officers investigated in Medford police detail scandal

45 officers investigated, 27 found to have collected pay for detail hours they didn't work, and no one facing criminal charges.
Well, that is the same PD that let some drunk guy with a badge point a gun at a citizen in traffic and he got let off with "please retire".

-Mike
 
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