There is an astonishing story out of Texas where the Dallas Police Chief David Brown quietly changed a rule that would require officers involved in a shooting to wait 72 hours before making a statement. There is no cognizable public interest behind such a rule, but it comes after a scandal where a surveillance video showed one of Brown’s officers shooting a mentally ill suspect for no apparent reason. The video contradicted the officer’s testimony and undermined the charge against the victim. Brown’s solution was not greater disciplining and monitoring of officers but to impose a delay to allow officers to craft their statements.
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It is crucial that you now wait until at least 72 hours after the incident occurs.
Why, you ask?
Because Dallas police have just changed their own policy in an effort to minimize how often their officers are caught in blatant lies about these incidents. To wit:
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