Gangs impersonating cops? You don’t say…

This is in Mexico, but it can and has happened here in the United States, too.

The default position is you always suspect the police are engaged in illegal activity, so it would not surprise the average Mexican one scintilla to see a ‘police officer’ committing a crime,” Grayson said.

When you don’t know if the “officer” at your door is truly an officer of the law, or whether that “officer” has good intentions, then who are you suppose to trust and rely on?  It’s this sort of activity that makes “No Knock” warrants such a horrible idea for the law enforcement here in the States, especially in high-crime areas where organized gangs are likely to impersonate police officers.

Keep your powder dry.


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