Judge calls Cherryville accusations 'truly disturbing'
A federal judge called accusations that four law enforcement officers abused their power to commit crimes "truly disturbing" during court appearances Friday.
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Since: Sep 12
#1 Oct 19, 2012
Great. Dellinger wanted a kilo of cocaine. Where did he plan to sell it. I will tell you to whom at least. Your kids. With cops like that who needs drug dealers. Seems as though our cops in Cherryville were only arresting crooks to get rid of the competition.
Now it could be that these guys are innocent. Our countries mantra for our justice system is "innocent until proven guilty" but,,,..... I would say that the overwhelming charges so far presented are pretty damning.
It saddens me. I feel for the families of these men. I also condemn the environment that allowed these men to feel that they could get away with this behavior. Have our morals sunk to such a depth? It appears so.
Saddened and disillusioned in Cherryville
#2 Oct 19, 2012
There will be more arrests...this is only the beginning. Some of Cherryville's big shots won't be sleeping for awhile and then it's going to be in federal prison.
#3 Oct 22, 2012
Well said Walter
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