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Law Enforcers or Peace Officers

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She was blocked at every turn: by asleep-on-the-job regulators like the Securities and Exchange Commission, by a court system that allowed Chase to use its billions to bury her evidence, and, finally, by officials like outgoing Attorney General Eric

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by William N. Grigg (Lew Rockwell blog)

Undercover police monitoring a bar in Las Cruces, New Mexico were giddy with covetousness when they saw a man drive up in a brand-new Mercedes. As city attorney Harry S. Connelly later explained, the cops were delighted to find that the man had been

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by William N. Grigg (Lew Rockwell blog)

"I'm going to search your f*****g car, that's why," persisted the costumed bully. "You can't do that," Fitch replied, thereby issuing a lawful order the girthy tax-feeder was legally required to obey.

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

Unlike an employee in the productive sector, a police officer who provokes public criticism is likelier to be promoted than terminated. A citizen who files a complaint against an abusive cop can face official retaliation, or prosecution

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Slate

A 30-year-old loophole increasingly gives police officers a pass when they violate the Fourth Amendment.

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