Controversy over fired Tulsa police o...

Controversy over fired Tulsa police officer's claims elicits sharp response from TPD, city

There are 3 comments on the KRMG-AM Tulsa story from Feb 8, 2013, titled Controversy over fired Tulsa police officer's claims elicits sharp response from TPD, city. In it, KRMG-AM Tulsa reports that:

A high-ranking police officer, speaking on background, has come out strongly in defense of the department, and says the fired officer who claims her superiors ordered to lie on the stand is lying now.

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#1 Feb 9, 2013
The police practice what is known as testilying. These police departments are corrupt and bend, twist, distort, cover-up, and misrepresent the truth to make their lies acceptable to the Court, which takes the police departments word over any accuser 99% of the time. An innocent person doesn't have much of a chance of getting fairness and justice when going against the police department.

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#2 Feb 9, 2013
Police Departments are so corrupt that the Black Avenger or Black Rambo out in California is a very interesting case.

But to be sure, a bad cop getting killed for kiling a bad cop gets rid of two bad cops. Society wins.
Howie Feltersnatch

Austin, TX

#3 Feb 10, 2013
I used to be a cop, about 23 years ago. I always wanted to be in law enforcement and to serve my community and to make a difference. I was about five years in when I realized that many of my "blue brothers" were as dirty as those that we were chasing. Further, there is a "blue line" that you do not cross. You never ever turn on your brother. That last statement is what drew me to police work in the first place. I was a college athlete and grew up in team environments where working as a team to achieve a goal was paramount. However, it became different in law enforcement when I was asked to look the other way, to forge documents, to lie under oath. Those things I could not and would not do because it was unlawful and just plain wrong. When I approached my C.O., i explained what I was dealing with and I was threatened. It was explained to me that if I "rock the boat" in any way shape or form that it would be bad for my career and me and my family's health.
Needless to say, that I resigned the next day because I just couldn't live my life that way. The corruption was so deep (I was on a department of 2000 cops) in the chain of command that I had no idea who to trust. I suspect that the TPD is much like the department I was on in that the trouble runs very deep.

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