I came out against the creation of this civilian oversight board… 1. because it had no power and 2. because of corruption within the department… told y’all back then, only to have negros argue me up & down on my post… negros whose loyalties were with the people who framed the toothless oversight instead of ‘we the people’ it was intended to serve.<br><br>Still don’t trust it… and you shouldn’t either. Don’t trust anything that does not acknowledge or deal with ingrained corruption that exists within the department.

I came out against the creation of this civilian oversight board… 1. because it had no power and 2. because of corruption within the department… told y’all back then, only to have negros argue me up & down on my post… negros whose loyalties were with the people who framed the toothless oversight instead of ‘we the people’ it was intended to serve.

Still don’t trust it… and you shouldn’t either. Don’t trust anything that does not acknowledge or deal with ingrained corruption that exists within the department.

St. Louis Aldermen give police civilian oversight board subpoena power

ST. LOUIS, MO — St. Louis Aldermen begin their new term in office today. On Monday, the previous board wrapped up some unfinished business. They voted to give the police civilian oversight board the power to issue subpoenas. The board’s executive director says this will help them obtain records an…

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