The ones who are supposed to protect and serve.
Bowling Green State University’s research shows that between 2005 and 2013, an average of 45 cops are charged with forcible rape per year (since 2005). That’s 405 rapes.
It’s believable as we hear more and more stories about officers being charged with rape.
An ex-Oklahoma City cop, Daniel Holtzclaw, was sentenced to 263 years in prison after he as found guilty for raping black women. He was convicted on 18 to 36 counts.
A Maryland cop, Ryan Macklin, was charged with raping a woman during a traffic stop. The case is still pending.
Former officer Joseph James DeAngelo was recently arrested for committing 45 rapes in the 1970s, plus killing a dozen people and burglarizing 120 homes. He is now 72.+
A Trenton cop was arrested for raping a 14-year old girl and may be hit with more charges. William Sanchez-Monllor, 36, allegedly assaulted another victim and new charges are pending.
The stories above are only a few from this year. Just Google and you will see how many cops abuse their power and force themselves on citizens who “trust” them. Who do you call when you need to be saved from the law?