Is there any act of depravity by uniformed men that you won’t excuse?
Is there any act of depravity by uniformed men that you won’t excuse?
Siobhan O'leary
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Ah, you assume a lot. I never once excused any alleged criminal/civil violations by the police in question — did I? If I did please show me. But you — obviously show animus having already painted the defendants depraved uniformed men and unexcuseable as your rhetoric implies. Go back and re-read your opening salvo:

Is there any act of depravity by uniformed men that you won’t excuse?

Yes, I attacked the poorly, juvenile written complaint and also the previously known veracity of the plaintiff, just as any attorney might try slip such facts into evidence, if possible. I think my point was valid albeit not fully explained, that examining the complaint one should look closely at a particular fact as a prodrome for the entire complaint. Such is the minutia of legalese. But I never asserted the police were innocent either. If the police were wrong, then punishment is needed.

Please don’t bother me again with another puerile response.

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