OT for now. Something to keep your eye on

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This regards the recent headlines about police corruption in the L.A. Police Dept., and the F.B.Youknowwho's.

[The gist of the info below-sorry for lack of detail but to give you the general backround]

Around the middle of February of this year there was a lot of "to-do" about corruption in the New Jersey police (State Police I think). The Justice Dept. became involved forcing certain circumstances upon the (State?) Police under the supposed concern for racial equality. There was concern about how the Feds were becoming more and more involved in local police matters-that they were nearly running the show because corruption was so rampant in several local depts.

At or near February 14 and about the same time, I heard a blip of a story on a big local AM radio station about how the F.B.Youknowwho was to be in charge of "A new Federal Police Force" (That's an exact quote folks). That's all they said. Just like reading a headline from the newspaper. I have heard not one thing about this new Fed Police since then anywhere.

Anyway; L.A. and the corruption in their Dept. Might be interesting to see if that's the "Official Excuse" to make it mainsteam public.

Yes, this is OT. But maybe just for a little while? The constitution? Hhmmm... is that a new movie?

-- minnie mumwage (MyShiftIsOver@KidsRUs.com), December 17, 1999


Have you watched the movie "Net Force" ? I have heard talk on the media about the government setting up a Federal Force (FB! offshoot) who will do nothing but handle net crime and prevention.

Hmm. Haven't they been doing that ? Echel*n ? Broadcast is behind the fact me thinks.

-- Rob (maxovrdrv51@hotmail.com), December 18, 1999.

Simply your tax dollars at work.

Just bend-over and enjoy it!

-- Anonymous99 (Anonymous99@Anonymous99.xxx), December 18, 1999.

They are working that same dance for the Columbus Ohio P.D. I'm am sure this is simply a coincidence.

Yeh, Right!

-- Squid (ItsDark@down.here), December 18, 1999.

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