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Impact of Obama Consent Decrees on Policing:  The Obama Justice Department put more police departments under federal control that any previous administration.  Manhattan Institute scholar Heather MacDonald examines the impact that these consent decrees have had on policing in this City Journal piece.  She also discusses Attorney General Jeff Sessions' effort to mitigate these consent decrees, which are binding contracts between police departments and the federal government.  One of the primary reasons that cities have agreed to have their police departments placed under federal control has been to respond to accusations of racial bias.  The news media has been complicit in advancing these accusations, often misreporting incidents to advance the narrative.  MacDonald examines this, particularly in Milwaukee and Chicago.   

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~ Does anyone know why this murderer (x 7)
was ineligible for the death penalty in South Carolina?

If he offered to confess, would not the prosecutor have had enough
evidence to say, 'so what'? How lazy or insecure is such a prosecutor,
or must we say so objectively, 'well, we don't know all the details'? 7 MURDERS, TORTURE, KIDNAPPING, RAPE!

Serial killer with shipping container dungeon: My victims had it coming
By Melkorka Licea |Sep 9, 2017 |NY Post

"Kohlhepp eventually confessed to Carver’s murder and six others
— four employees of the Superbike Motorsports shop in Chesnee, S.C.,
in 2003 because they wouldn’t allow him to return a motorcycle; and Meagan
Leigh McCraw Coxie, 25 [sex slave], and her boyfriend Johnny Joe Coxie, 29,
who had been missing since December 2015 when Kohlhepp also recruited
them to do “yard work.”

In his letter, Kohlhepp accused the bike shop of being a “chop shop”. .. He
made no mention of the Coxies.

The killer had previously served 14 years in prison for kidnapping and raping
a 14-year-old girl in 1986.

We don't like this deal either. SC has not executed anyone since 2011. No question he plead to avoid a death sentence. Now he will receive what bleeding hearts call "death by incarceration," and apply for gender reassignment surgery.

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