I saw this story in the Orlando Sentinel.
As an educator who teaches students who become mostly cops and lawyers, I am now hoping more will turn to law school than to the academy.
Because I am done defending police officers after this. This story shows just how corrupt the practice can be, and how widespread the abuse of power actually is.
So much for the "LAW ENFORCEMENT CODE OF CONDUCT." (google it)
Read this account and try to notice how many officers must be in on this in order for things like this to occur.