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FHP Trooper’s Car Smeared With Feces

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darsavmo

almost 3 years ago

24 articles submitted

Source: Miami Herald


November 09, 2011


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    bigomar

    almost 3 years ago

    140 Comments

    Miami PD 2 FHP 1

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    rhood

    almost 3 years ago

    23592 Comments

    One would hope that this was not done by an officer.

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    ChiefKMung

    almost 3 years ago

    90 Comments

    In order to have criminal mischief you have to have damage; there was no damage...

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    Jonas

    almost 3 years ago

    42942 Comments

    bump Robocop33 and darsavmo...

  • Thinker_max50

    darsavmo

    almost 3 years ago

    11356 Comments

    Sorry, but 2 and now 3 wrongs do not make any of this right.

    Cops do not need to be driving recklessly, cops do not need to be pulling guns on other cops, and cops do not need to do what is alleged in this article (if it was cops that actually did it).

    Think about what we are looking like to the world with all this negative news media attention to our brotherhood brought on by our own actions!

    We all need to remember we are brothers/sisters in BLUE, regardless of the color of uniform or shape of the badge we actually wear...

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    Robocop33

    almost 3 years ago

    14636 Comments

    I have to go on the assumption that this was a straight case of vandalism and does not have anything to do with MDPD. I just cannot see an Officer doing something like this. If by any chance they discover that it was an Officer, then he/she should immediately be fired, period. That would be so far beneath the level of professionalism I would expect, and demand of Officers.

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    fredrod3

    almost 3 years ago

    74 Comments

    O boy!!! Its getting ugly in Florida!!!

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