(I can’t believe I’m saying this) The RCMP gets it right: A cop who crosses the line is no longer an “officer” | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

(I can’t believe I’m saying this) The RCMP gets it right: A cop who crosses the line is no longer an “officer”

https://letterstothebeast.com/2016/09/14/i-cant-believe-im-saying-this...

In a press conference held on September 9, Surrey RCMP acting commanding officer Brenda Butterworth-Carr said,”Last night as the investigation progressed, the suspected officer was arrested and taken into custody where he remains today…If these allegations are substantiated, we will be taking immediate steps to separate ourselves from this individual.”

“These allegations are egregious and not in keeping with what we expect from our employees.”

Damn straight, Mrs. Butterworth. He’s not an “officer” any longer. He’s an employee of a police department. For now. Unfortunately, even as Mrs. Butterworth switched over to the use of “individual” and “employee” after acknowledging the “officer’s” arrest, Corporate Media continued referring to the anonymous federal civil servant as an “officer.”

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