Comment: Cops get away w/ speeding on the way home & to work & we

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Cops get away w/ speeding on the way home & to work & we

For some reason, we're expected to know every law that exists in America & in our state so we don't break it. We're supposed to know this when we're 18. There's no litmus test for them, as in the 10 commandments or rhyme or reason. C.U.R.E. Thank God for bugs, they're company for people in solitary confinement.

don't. Usually, if more seasoned cops were on the street, instead of those fresh out of the academy, I don't think things like this would happen. There was a man shot in MD & if the officers were older & more experienced, I don't think it would've happened. The police have exclusive access to a crime scene after they shoot someone, the police go on administrative leave after they shoot someone & the law enforcement officers bill of rights probably protects them in most cases when they've injured someone on the job b/c they were probably taken into consideration when it was written instead of lawmakers thinking it was a conflict-of-interest to include their input.

The list of double-standards goes on & on. You forgot to mention that this policeman & his superiors probably have job security, whereas regular folks don't.

For some reason, we're expected to know every law that exists in America & in our state so we don't break it. We're supposed to know this when we're 18. There's no litmus test for them, as in the 10 commandments or rhyme or reason. C.U.R.E.