Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

1.) Fred Zain

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Fred Zain was a police chemist for the state of West Virginia and chief of physical evidence in Bexar County, Texas. However, he faked countless of evidence and lied on the stand just to get convictions. It is believed that he lied in at least 182 cases.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

2.) Matthew Lowry

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Former FBI agent Matthew Lowry had a habit of checking out drugs from the FBI lab as trial evidence. However, it took him days, sometime months, to return these drugs and they had altered weights by then. Turns out, he was using these drugs for himself.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

3.) David Kofoed

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David Kofoed was the chief of the CSI division of Douglas County, Nebraska and he got famous for faking evidence and forcing false confessions from suspects by using pressure and threats.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

4.) Ryan Coleman-Farrow

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Ryan Coleman-Farrow was a member of the Scotland Yard’s elite Sapphire s** crimes unit (their version of SVU) and he let cases against 11 suspected rapists go cold due to incompetence. He refused to take action whenever victims their sexual assaults, forged their statements, didn’t bother to view video evidence, and didn’t submit forensic evidence to their respective labs.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

5.) Steve Anderson

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Steve Anderson was just one of New York’s finest who got caught planting drugs in order to fill arrest quotas. According to him, some undercover narcotics officers would hand over drugs purchased during operations to other officers who needed to meet their arrest quotas.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

6.) NYPD Troop C scandal

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The NYPD isn’t exactly known for their honesty, so it’s not surprising that when committing misconducts, they do it as a team. At one point, NYPD’s Troop C faked fingerprint evidence in order to get a prosecution.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

7.) Richard Callery

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Chief Medical Examiner Richard Callery of the Delaware PD was at the helm of a scandal that involved officers that he had hired and drugs that were replaced with heart medication. Because of his incompetence, thousands of cases in Delaware were challenged.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

8.) Philadelphia PD 39th precinct

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Numerous reports of theft, planting evidence, and police brutality against the Philly PD’s 39th precinct were constantly dismissed as baseless because of how it’s being run– like a mafia. They protect their own, but it wasn’t until federal agents started to look into their activities.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

9.) James Bolding

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Houston Police Department former forensic analyst James Bolding was so bad at his job, he ended up tainting 5,000 to 10,000 cases. The Houston PD’s forensic department is known for tainting evidence and falsifying reports.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

10.) Annie Dookhan

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Annie Dookhan was a crime lab chemist in Massachusetts and she was in charge of conducting drug tests for criminal cases. She was 3 times more productive than her colleagues not because she was excellent at her job, but because she was faking the results.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

11.) Patrick Pogan

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Patrick Pogan didn’t serve any jail time for body slamming bicycle rights activist in Times Square. In order to save his b***, he falsified reports that the cyclist was the one who pushed him first– but video evidence shows otherwise. Another thing? Pogan’s dad is a retired NYPD detective. No wonder he got off.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

12.) Danziger Bridge shootings

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The Danziger Bridge shootings was an incident that occured 6 days after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans where 2 people died and four other were injured. None of the victims were armed, and yet NOPD officers opened fire and falsified reports that an officer was “down.”

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

13.) David Eckert lawsuit

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David Eckert was pulled over in New Mexico for a traffic violation. However, he had to spend 12 hours being anally probed, had to use an enema three times, and a colonoscopy just because cops suspected that he was trying to smuggle drugs.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

14.) St. Louis PD

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It was discovered in 2013 that the St. Louis PD arrested 100 people “by accident.” Some officers claim that it’s because they’re in a big city, hence the mistakes, but well, 100 is still a huge number to “accidentally” arrest.

Misconduct doesn’t just begin and end with cops, it also happens with other members of law enforcement agencies. They have various reasons, but even so, none of their reasons are justified enough to send an innocent civilian to prison or to protect a criminal from being prosecuted. These are people who have power over others because they’re the ones that can prove if someone is innocent or guilty. However, they let their own corruption ruin the lives of others.

15.) Fulton County law enforcement

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Members of Fulton County’s law enforcement offices were found to have used their asset forfeiture cash on galas, dining in fancy restaurants, and taking their officers and employees to a field trip to see Nancy Grace.

 

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