Consent Decree Extended

Chief William J. Bratton's Welcome Message


Dear Reader,

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This Blog is a good place for decent police to find what crackheads are doing in their leisure time. One crackhead implies that the police was justified to beat a boy, a reporter, and other innocent people. Some other crackheads praise the lousy job the chief is doing, when in reality he is not hiring the best men, just a bunch of criminals. And another crackhead thinks Ms. Hilton was under the custody of LAPD. I don’t think this Blog is worth visiting any longer.


Just arrest the criminals. Cooperate with ICE and deport them. If you don't have room for the thugs, copy what Arizona does. Place them in tents in the desert.

Forget about taxing homeowners for such funds. Like programs exist and have failed.

Arrest them!

C. Benton

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