Police prying into stars' data Records system often misused, state audit finds | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Police prying into stars' data Records system often misused, state audit finds

The Criminal Offender Record Information system, with its massive databases of criminal records, driving histories, car ownership, and Social Security numbers, is intended to provide police and prosecutors with complete portraits of individuals who have been arrested or brought into the court system.

Law enforcement personnel looked up personal information on Patriots star Tom Brady 968 times - seeking anything from his driver's license photo and home address, to whether he had purchased a gun - and auditors discovered "repeated searches and queries" on dozens of other celebrities

A little light duty , around the old precinct . A DoughNut , a Cup Of Joe , and the old Criminal Offender Record Information system get a little dirt on Tom Brady , Matt Damon, James Taylor, Celtics star Paul Pierce, and Red Sox owner John Henry .
This is what the corporate media IS telling us .
I live in the same local as the origin of this story . I don't doubt for a second that they've ran Old_Logan through The Criminal Offender Record Information system ,more than once .

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