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  1. #11
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    They will make sure no cover up is administered in this crash investigation. Too many officers involved and investigators definitely don’t want to be accused of any wrongdoings. This was a violent crash resulting in the death of a beautiful young woman. We as investigators are obligated by law and nature to act right and obey the law to protect the public.

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    Internal Affairs Bureau has been instructed to carefully investigate this horrific crash. It is delicate and crucial, when officers are being accused of allegedly causing the crash. This department and the public, are confident that these supervisors assigned, will do their best to conduct a thorough and fair investigation. We cannot afford to place ourselves in a negative predicament and be labeled as corrupt once again. The motorcyclists crash incident was poorly investigated, and we sure hope this investigation does not go tarnished as well.

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    We need CIP to look into the crash investigation where the young female died on impact. We will not allow for this investigation to go derailed just like the motorcyclists death. Three years passed and the retired officer in question has yet not been questioned by the internal affairs bureau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    We need CIP to look into the crash investigation where the young female died on impact. We will not allow for this investigation to go derailed just like the motorcyclists death. Three years passed and the retired officer in question has yet not been questioned by the internal affairs bureau.
    hahahahaha. Funny. Hahaha. We need. Hahahahaha.

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    Internal Affairs Bureau is mandated to abide with full transparency. It is to their best interest to fully scrutinize all evidence and avoid any mishaps.

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    The retired police officer moved to the jungle, away from people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    We need CIP to look into the crash investigation where the young female died on impact. We will not allow for this investigation to go derailed just like the motorcyclists death. Three years passed and the retired officer in question has yet not been questioned by the internal affairs bureau.
    You still have 6 officers administrated reassign pending the state attorney investigation.

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    No one cares , move on . The family will most likely be paid and life goes on. The 6 officers will return .sit under a tree, and make a hell of a pension. -09-06-46 and enjoy retirement while you Danny boy continue to pay for their check. Buahahahaha te como por dentro mariconson.

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    Hey fool, easy to say when it was not your mother, sister or wife! No Internal Affairs supervisor would put their job on the line for these six elite super cops. This incident must be scrutinized and the life of this innocent young female does matter. The motorcyclists crash alleged cover up was enough and it must not repeat itself.

  10. #20
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    Quiet now and nothing else to say, I suppose right? We must do right by her and her family. It is extremely important we abide by all rules.

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