Tuesday, July 15, 2008


What a horrible violation of the public trust.
A federal grand jury on Monday indicted a longtime Minneapolis police officer on corruption charges after the officer allegedly received $100 on two separate occasions for giving confidential information to an undercover informant who claimed to be a gang member.

So a cop gets approached about an informant, a snitch, or an enemy. He gets asked for confidential information about said informant. He puts "through an inquiry to the National Crime Information Center and obtained nonpublic information from the State Driver Vehicle System regarding a Minnesota license plate number."

He knows this information will be used for revenge. He has to know. But, he doesn't care, because he was offered $100.

Rot in hell, Mike Roberts.

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