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lol what a bunch of crooked crooks.On the citations in question, that signature belongs to Baltimore Officer James Fowler, who was killed in a car accident in Pennsylvania on Sept. 27, I-Team lead investigative reporter Jayne Miller said.The I-Team was shown one citation that cited the driver of a van for running a red light in the middle of the day in northeast Baltimore. The date of the violation was Jan. 12, 2011.
huh? so the computer put the wrong signature on the citation? lol if the officer reviewed and signed the citation there should be no "glitch".A city police representative blamed the problem on a computer glitch, which is the fault of the company that operates the camera system, and he said the problem has been rectified. Letters are being sent to people who got the violation notice.
well if it was a computer "glitch" then it sure sounds like a blanket approval. the only reason they violators got the forged copies is because after the I-Team investigation the Crooks went back and resigned all of the citations. lolThe Police Department said it does not blanket approve citations, and only the violators got the erroneous copies. A department representative said internal copies show the name of the officer who actually reviewed the violations
Because of the apparent sleeziness of Baltimore City government, I'll bet that deceased cop also voted too!
Imagine a person fighting one of these citations in court and the judge calls the complaining police officer to testify! lol
Case dismissed, that is if the judge isn't on the city payroll.
Seems like Baltimore PD is one of the most corrupt departments around these parts. Just so sad.