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Bad Cops, No Donuts Law, what does it mean to you? To me it means you follow it to the T. however, there are police officers that get away with anything, even murder. Police break the law everyday and get away with it because they believe they have the right. Police are supposed to uphold the law and set an example for everyone else to follow. Instead they use their power to take advantage. The police are the biggest crooks there are. They think they are better than anyone else is, and that they are above the law. Police officers take their patrol cars home with them everyday and waste the gas that taxpayers pay for. They take their kids to school, take their families out to dinner, and run all their personal errands in our car and on our gas. Police get to eat everywhere free while everyone else has to pay for their own meals This is unbelievable! What do they really do that is so great they shouldn't have to pay for their own meals? Besides braking the law, the Continue...

After one of these tragic situations the officers gets to go home, not to jail like a criminal. The assault caused major damage to Louima's rectum and bladder. We need something other than police force that does nothing but sit on their rumps and eat donuts. We need a new way to control our crime. The officers, Dan Hatchen and Ken Muson, who were acquitted of assault (Macleans). (Unknown Author) The police officers are very rude and egotistical, especially to the younger generations. Two veteran Saskatoon police officers dumped a native man wearing only light clothing on the outskirts of the city on a freezing winter. While you are driving down the freeway at the posted 55 M. In Conclusion: Until we can get police officers and lawmakers to abide by the laws and rules that they set for the country, how can we expect the world to get any better If something is not done soon, the nation is in jeopardy.