A high-speed chase in Cincinnati resulted in the deaths of two innocent people. The suspect, a repeat offender who was both high and drunk, is an awful human being. But would the two innocents have died if Cincinnati cops had ignored their adrenaline and not chased a guy through the central business district at 60-70 mph?
The article also includes stats for police chases in Cincinnati in 1996, the last year before regulations were put in place to stop most chases. In that year, there were 180 chases. The results? 155 accidents, 34 injuries, and 1 death.
He says he put his life on the line to stop a killer — and claims cops sat back and watched. But city lawyers are arguing that the police had no legal duty to protect Joseph Lozito, the Long Island dad stabbed seven times trying to subdue madman Maksim Gelman — a courtroom maneuver the subway hero calls “disgraceful.” A judge is currently deciding whether Lozito, who sued the city last year for failing to prevent the attack, will get his day in court.
Cops arrest 2 guys and hold them in jail for 5 days for "drugs" that turned out to be candy. Oh yeah, it smelled like candy too, but neither a $0 sniff test or a $20 field test to determine the mens guilt or innocence was performed before they were sent off to jail.