The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas ruled against a lawsuit filed earlier this year by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5, which claimed that the DA’s office violated police officers’ rights by maintaining a “Do Not Call List” filled with the names of cops whose past misconduct branded them as unreliable witnesses.
…The court added that Krasner has an “obligation” to the information because it could negatively affect the outcomes of future court cases.
If the rights and privileges of police officers do not come second to the greater good than their very existence is an insult to not only law and order but justice.
Continued efforts by an association to put the rights and privileges of so-called officers of the law above the just functions of a civilized society is an offence against the society they are duty bound to serve and disqualifies from the position they claim to hold.
The moment any law enforcement officer or organization seeks to raise an officer above the law or set aside behavior that is not 100% strictly in accordance with the laws they are sworn to uphold, they become an enemy of law and order itself.