Mittwoch, 22. August 2012

Exclusive PJTV Videos Show How One Texas County Fakes Crime

HIDALGO COUNTY, TEXAS — PJMedia has obtained exclusive hidden camera video that shows federal grant money creates an incentive for local law enforcement to falsify their crime statistics. The fake stats tell a story that ends up benefiting the local agencies that clamor for the grants, while helping Washington sell its story that the border is safer than it really is.
Every year, the federal government doles out roughly a billion taxpayer dollars to local law enforcement agencies in the form of grants. These agencies — city police and constables, state agencies, county sheriffs — apply for the grants through the Department of Justice’s COPS (for Community Oriented Policing Services) program and use them to hire more personnel, purchase vehicles and equipment, and enhance their crime-fighting capabilities.
But do the federal grants actually help fight crime?
Local law enforcement agencies insist that the grant money is vital to fighting crime and even to their departments’ survival. But is there a dark side to federalizing local law enforcement funding?

(Hidalgo County ist einer der am schnellsten wachsenden Grenzstädte in den USA und erhält Millionen von Dollar pro Jahr an Zuschüsse der US-Regierung. Damit sollen illegaler Grenzübertritt und Verbrechen bekämpft werden. Aber stimmt das alles?
Ein Whistleblowing-Abgeordneter behauptet: Der Sheriff verfälscht die Statistik, damit der Steuerzahler weiterhin das Geld liefert über die US-Regierung. Dazu das Video sehen.)

Quelle: Pajamasmedia

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