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Forum Post: Police Brutality - Corrupt Officers - War on Drugs.

Posted 2 years ago on Jan. 31, 2012, 4:53 p.m. EST by sayNO2demm (1)
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What ever happened to these politicians talking about the "War on Drugs" in America? I have been recently researching cities that suffer from the highest drugs problems, Crime rates, and Police Brutality in this country, and I found out that these cities all don't have a police random drug policy. Police unions have put a ban on testing. We need the government to go after these police unions and remove there ban on NO police random drug testing. How can we fight a war on drugs when police officers are on drugs.

Please help remove the Ban on NO police random drug testing that many police unions in this country have.

It's time to stop police brutality, Drug problems, and Police Corruption in this country!

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[-] 3 points by gestopomillyy (1695) 2 years ago

its time to stop drug testing on anybody not just police.. cause congress doesnt get drug tested... lawyers dont get drug tested.. bankers dont get drug tested.. why should only working people be subjected to this humility?

[-] 0 points by sayNO2demm (1) 2 years ago

Please Support Mandatory Random Drug Testing.

[-] 0 points by shooz (17968) 2 years ago

Drug test WallStreet and commodity traders.

Drugs and alcohol, are controlling the economy.

[-] 0 points by sayNO2demm (1) 2 years ago

This is an important issue to me and something that I am trying to get my city of Modesto, Ca. to get police random drug testing because of officers using drugs, involved with prostitutes, and police brutality.

The cities with the highest crimes rates in America have no police random drug testing. Why is that? It's because drug cartels look for cities with no police random drug testing policy because they can bribe officers with drugs and stuff for protecting.

In California we have a big problem with drug cartels and they're taking advantages of cities with no drug test policy.

[-] 2 points by gnomunny (5783) from St Louis, MO 2 years ago

Good post. I was unaware of this, as I'm sure most OWSers also are. I assumed drug testing was mandatory for police officers, but apparently not. It makes one seriously wonder about the true mechanics of our so-called 'drug war.'