I am surprised exactly not at all.
Seriously- did anyone think they would be held accountable?
The thugs who did this are lucky Chong didn’t die. Then they might have gotten their other wrist slapped.
I’m pro-government. Unfortunately I don’t have a government; I live under the rule of a mafia with two major families and no code of honor.
How on earth did they expect him to survive five whole days without any money??
This is how you legalize torture.
If Chong had died, I’d be SHOCKED if much more happened.
Five days without pay…
Five days without food and water…
Seems fair to me.
If he had died, even less would have happened since he wouldn’t have been around to tell his side of the story. Dead men tell no tales.
right, the investigation would have determined he committed suicide by refusing the food and water they put out for him.
Where’s 4chan when you need them?
Just because the Feds let them get away with it, doesn’t mean everybody else will.
Does anyone know if it’d be possible for him to contest it, or try a civil suit? Not that he should have to, but I’m surprised that this could be the end of it?
Not your personal army
I’d like to test if the soldiers in the war on drugs can still be tried for war crimes.
Yeah, otherwise they’d be there, obviously.
Thank god for that. The chilling effects on psychopathic negligence could have been disastrous for the economy.
Whenever I think about becoming a gun-owner again it’s never because of some criminal I hear about. It’s always fear of cop.
By no means mutually exclusive.
In a world of wrist-slaps, five days without pay is kind of like capital punishment, comparatively.
Law enforcement acts with impunity for good reason. They should be held to a higher standard, but they are held to the lowest standard imaginable. I thought I had a low bar as far as that goes, but this is appalling to me. Neither the feds nor congress has any control over any of these agencies–and they wonder why people riot.