Number of officers accused of misusing state driver database skyrockets

Police computer

I don’t think that there is anything new here for most of those that will see this posting. However, what is sad is that the truth is there are no real protection measures built in to check law enforcement as a whole or individuals from abusive invasion of privacy that can have destructive if not catastrophic consequences for the individual citizen.

The article is very clear to point out that we just don’t know how many invasions of privacy there are but it does point out  “…

But the case that received the most attention last year involved Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Donna “Jane” Watts, who found herself at the center of a firestorm after she pulled over a speeding police officer at gunpoint in South Florida.  Last month, she filed a federal lawsuit against more than 100 officers and agencies, alleging 88 law enforcers from 25 agencies viewed her private information more than 200 times….’ Number of officers accused of misusing state driver database skyrocket

All of which gives new meaning to the DVD  The House I Live In.  Having said that, I do not suggest you watch it because you can not watch it without coming away changed. In 70 years, I have never feared so much for my country, its future and the children.

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