Hurricane Katrina, Six Murders, And a Cover-Up

I kinda figured that metafilter thread was BS or exaggerated, so I did some research. Turns out, it was pretty accurate.

The Vietnamese restaurant case.


Federal cocaine case.

Didn't find the bank robbery thing, but after the first two, I didn't really look very hard.

Bear wrote:

It takes about 5 f*cking seconds to do a Google search of "police officer sentenced" and you get over 71,000 hits.

Well, in fairness, "bear molests children" returns 3 million hits on a Google Search, but I'm pretty sure we don't actually have some societal problem with either you or real bears molesting children.

I'm not necessarily arguing against your point, it's just a pet peeve of mine when people use Google search hits as some kind of metric that you can submit in a debate.

For that matter, 'bear sentenced' returns 18.2 million hits, so clearly, Bear's not getting away with anything.

Heck, "radish sentenced" returns 4.5 million results, so even the cops on the garden beat are doing their jobs.

Also note that I did a full-phrase search of "police officer sentenced", and this was the very first result:

Convicted killer of Lakewood police officer sentenced to life in prison

Fits the search, but isn't exactly supportive of your thesis, Bear.

Malor wrote:

Heck, "radish sentenced" returns 4.5 million results, so even the cops on the garden beet are doing their jobs.

Fixed.

Rezzy wrote:
Malor wrote:

Heck, "radish sentenced" returns 4.5 million results, so even the cops on the garden beet are doing their jobs.

Fixed.

As it turns out, there are a lot of cops accused of things. Some of them get convicted of things.

And there are a lot of things on the internet.