DOJ: Stats show Alamance deputies pro...

DOJ: Stats show Alamance deputies profile Latinos

There are 1 comment on the News Observer story from Dec 8, 2013, titled DOJ: Stats show Alamance deputies profile Latinos. In it, News Observer reports that:

The two analyses were filed in U.S. District Court late last month as part of a federal civil rights complaint against Sheriff Terry S. Johnson.

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Winston Salem, NC

#1 Dec 9, 2013
I can believe it. Alamance County is a breeding ground for rednecks and prejudice folk. Nowadays you cannot trust many of the blacks for those who are African American. They turn on each other. But with the sheriff's department, I believe it. There are some crooks in law enforcement and even in the court system. Recently, in the news, a superior court judge from Durham county, I believe said that she did not want to do any more cases in Alamance County because they were too harsh on some criminal cases. She stated that this was the most harsh county to be prosecuted in. Yes, the laws should be upheld; but it should be done so in a way that is fair and reasonable.

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