Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Isolated Incident

Here's another case that shows Justice Scalia was correct when he further eviscerated the 4th Amendment (specifically the exclusionary rule) by claiming that police officers are more professional these days.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A porn star claims a state trooper who stopped her on a highway let drug charges slide in exchange for oral sex. And she says she's got proof — the trooper's own video images of the roadside tryst.

The allegations have led to a Tennessee Highway Patrol investigation and the trooper's suspension.

The trooper, James Randy Moss, declined to comment Tuesday. Highway Patrol spokesman Mike Browning confirmed investigators have interviewed the porn star, who is identified on a citation by her real name, Justis Richert.

Here's the best part:

Cummings blames the officer for making trouble for himself.

"This police officer went ahead and told (all) of his co-workers, other police officers, and was bragging about it," she wrote. "He isn't in trouble because of the act itself, but that he chose to let it happen while he was on duty. There was no bribing, no (coercing) or convincing."

Yep. Another isolated incident.

Kid H.

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