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But we can trust the government not to abuse their access...


Judicial WatchThis week Campa resigned as chief of the Marshall Police Department, according to a local newspaper story that quotes him saying “I have made the decision to step aside to pursue other opportunities that have developed.” The article says Campa wouldn’t elaborate on the opportunities. It also reveals that Campa is under investigation by the Texas Municipal Police Association (TMPA) for inappropriately monitoring officers’ vehicles and chastising employees that speak out against his administration. Sources tell Judicial Watch Campa practiced similar management skills in El Paso. The TMPA represents more than 24,000 local, county and state law enforcement officers across Texas and the association was in the process of obtaining records that apparently could be detrimental to Campa. The abrupt resignation will end the TMPA investigation, a north Texas representative reveals in the news article.

Apparently we can't trust the police not to illegally spy on each other, why would we trust the government not to spy on us?

This entry was published Fri Apr 28 10:46:18 CDT 2017 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2017-04-28 10:46:18.0. [Tweet]

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