Federal Grand Jury Indicts Police Officers With What Should Be Gang Crime/Criminal Enterprise

bilde (1)San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr speaks during a news conference at the Hall of Justice in San Francisco, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014. Federal grand juries have indicted five San Francisco police officers, with two charged with stealing money and drugs seized as part of investigations, federal prosecutors announced on Thursday. Those two officers and a former officer were also charged with distributing controlled substances and stealing computers, electronic devices and gift cards from suspects.
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Again, we should note, a crime such as this should be charged as a “criminal enterprise” crime and as a “gang offense” – MORESO, because they are organized as police officers and USE THEIR PATCHES AND THE FACADE TO FINANCIALLY BENEFIT FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THE CRIMES! As well, there were three or more participants WITH A RING LEADER as described in federal and State law for a criminal enterprise. Hence, the prosecutor erred in not charging them with the more serious offenses and the jury should have had those more serious offenses – seemingly only used against accused citizens to justify “police” – to consider during the indictment process…

{SEE: Racketeering http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racketeer_Influenced_and_Corrupt_Organizations_Act, See: Continuing Criminal Enterprise www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/848.
SEE: www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/organizedcrime/glossary  – 
Criminal Enterprise

“The FBI defines a criminal enterprise as a group of individuals with an identified hierarchy, or comparable structure, engaged in significant criminal activity. These organizations often engage in multiple criminal activities and have extensive supporting networks. The terms Organized Crime and Criminal Enterprise are similar and often used synonymously. However, various federal criminal statutes specifically define the elements of an enterprise that need to be proven in order to convict individuals or groups of individuals under those statutes.”
SEE ALSO: California Penal Code Section 186-186.8 

It is very clear that offenses like these committed by police as a GROUP which occur for periods of time and involve a number of different crimes to achieve their financial goals IS DEFINITELY a clear crime under all the above laws. Yet, selective prosecution and different levels of prosecution are charged in comparison to law enforcement who commit serious criminal offenses and citizens or other groups in society. This must stop if we are to achieve equal justice and an end to corruption!

According to a news post on CopBlock.Org and the story at RCJ.Com, “federal grand juries have indicted five San Francisco police officers, charging two with stealing money and drugs seized as part of investigations, federal prosecutors announced Thursday. The officers were suspended without pay and had their guns taken away, Police Chief Greg Suhr said shortly after the indictments were announced.”

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