If there are any canny politicians who could do it, it is these two who have done just that in the past.
Charged with conspiring to deprive individuals of civil rights under color of law, Daniel Pent faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000.
"It’s been part of the culture, along with the code of silence, along with the systemic racism that is so prevalent in the Chicago Police Department."
“The difficulties posed by this case are clearly represented by the jury’s inability to come to a verdict on three of the four charged offenses.”
“HR 1 restores the people’s faith that government works for the public interest, the people’s interest, not the special interest.”
We look at how U.S. weapons are supporting the ongoing devastation in Yemen with William Hartung, director of the Arms and Security Project at the Center for International Policy.
“Prosecuting criminals who work in police agencies is essential both to protect our communities and to support the many honorable officers whose reputations they unfairly tarnish.”