Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Police Acted "Properly" Says Panel of ... other Police

COLUMBIA [MO] — An internal investigation by the Columbia Police Department has found no wrongdoing by two officers who used pepper spray and a Taser on Columbia resident Carl Alan Giles, 27, during his Aug. 1 arrest outside the Cafe Berlin.

Giles was arrested that night in an alley south of Cafe Berlin at 21 N. Providence Road on suspicion of public urination and resisting arrest.

Imagine that - a police "internal investigation" determined that fellow police officers acted "properly". Behold, the thin blue line.

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