Monday, February 1, 2010

Colorado Spring Police lie about blood-alcohol level results on massive scale, ruining hundreds of peoples lives

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The number of flawed Colorado Springs police DUI tests has doubled to 167 since a crime lab audit last year discovered that some blood-alcohol results were inflated, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported.

How many people have been effected by this apparently systematic deception over the years? Getting busted for DUI can ruin a persons life, but in Colorado Springs the police made a habit out of ruining peoples lives based on falsified data. The Colorado Springs government is having to cut their budget, but they are not really looking very hard at cutting back on the police even though they have proven themselves to be as or more harmful to the population than the criminals they are supposedly “protecting” people from. Instead of firing these criminals, the city government people are claiming that they don't have enough money to have trash cans in the parks!

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