Baltimore officers ‘played both cops & robbers’ in Gun Task Force corruption scandal

By rt.usa
2018.02.13. 01:43
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Two Baltimore, Maryland police detectives were convicted of racketeering and robbery after drug dealers testified they used seized weapons to steal narcotics. Prosecutors accused the officers of playing “both cops and robbers.” Read Full Article at

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