8 Detroit Cops Acquitted Of Fed Corruption Charges

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Eight Detroit police officers were acquitted yesterday of violating the constitutional rights of suspected criminals by planting evidence and writing phony reports, says the Detroit News. The eight are among 19 officers accused of lying in more than a dozen cases from 2000-03 to justify the arrests of suspected drug dealers and prostitutes. U.S. Attorney
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