A news podcast from Private Key Publishing
Cops victimize the public for a paycheck. They abuse the trust we have laid upon them. They murder 1500 people and hospitalize over 50,000 in the U.S. every year and suffer no consequences. Here is where the myth of the police “good guy” goes to die. As told by an ex-cop who understands the legal ramifications as well as the emotional and psychological state of the officers who commit these egregious crimes.Follow on Yen.io @debunkingcopsBitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/debunkingcops/
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