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Cops are here to keep us safe (cont’d)

Senior Corporal Michael Vaughn. Dallas Police Department. Dallas, Texas. Cops are here to keep us safe by killing 10-year-old kids on bicycles while tearing down the road at at 30 mph over the posted speed limit with no lights and no sirens on.

If you or I slammed into a 10 year old on a bicycle while doing 70mph in a 40mph zone on a major thoroughfare like Belt Line, we’d be crucified in the press and locked away for years on a vehicular homicide charge. But since Senior Corporal Michael Vaughn is a cop, even though he admittedly violated established policies for safe driving and killed a 10-year-old child through his recklessness, he gets Internally Investigated and given a one day vacation from his job.

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  1. Nick

    Similar to this one where, while chasing revenue, a NJ state trooper ran a stop sign going 65 in a 35 and plowed into minivan instantly killing 2 sisters (age 19 and 17). Instead of being convicted of vehicular manslaughter (as would’ve happened to any private citizen), he had to pay about $600 in fines and undergo a series of retraining requirements. Obviously, it was a training issue.

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