Black People : 34 criminal cases tossed after body cam footage shows cop planting drugs


Jul 2, 2003
If this was already posted. I couldn't find it.

Maryland prosecutors have tossed 34 criminal cases and are re-examining dozens more in the aftermath of recent revelations that a Baltimore police officer accidentally recorded himself planting drugs in a trash-strewn alley.

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said that, in all, 123 cases are under review in the wake of a scandal in which one officer has been suspended and two others put on administrative duty. Body cam footage revealed nearly two weeks ago showed one of the officers planting drugs when he didn't realize his body cam was recording. The Baltimore Police Department's body cams, like many across the nation, capture footage 30 seconds before an officer presses the record button. The footage was turned over to defense attorneys as part of a drug prosecution—and that's when the misdeed was uncovered.

Now they were just trying to create some slavery.
Constitution of United States of America 1789 (rev. 1992)
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
That black policeman is in on it. Oh.. set up your own so they will trust you. Until they set you up. What a sell out he is!
Police Caught Planting Drugs In Attempt To Frame Black Business Owner

If it wasn't for the cameras, an innocent man would still be sitting in jail. It really makes you question how many people are in prison RIGHT NOW simply because they lacked the ability to prove their innocence...

Again... A Black Man Framing Another. That is one reason they can't walk their own neighborhoods. The can't be trusted.


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