On 12/13/2013 5:51 AM, Platonist Guitar Cowboy wrote:
Hope the US and Uruguay take this into more consideration. Seizures of 6-7 figure
amounts of cash and product, do represent conflict of interest, for first officers on
the scene, before they've been counted. Officers have bills to pay too and lack of
seizure oversight is a huge blind spot for corrupting government officials. PGC
Even *with* oversight, it's a big conflict of interest because the assets obtained in a
crime are usually forfeited to the government and they often go to the local law
enforcement that seized them.
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