Is Anyone Surprised?
Since last October, the IPRA has opened investigations into just over 1,200 allegations of police misconduct and abuse.
"Our investigators immediately came on the scene, and we are investigating," said Mark Payne, IPRA spokesman.
During the same six-month period, October to March, the IPRA issued reports on 364 investigations filed previously. The vast majority of cases, 346 charges, were either not sustained, unfounded or the officers exonerated. Only in 18 cases, fewer than 5 percent, did the IPRA sustain the misconduct allegations.
- Over 95% of the cases brought to IPRA are found to be bullshit!
But that wouldn't fit in with the Administration's attempts to screw us over in the middle of contract negotiations.
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