Interview Reveals Even Former Cops See Corruption in Waco

 Interview Reveals Even Former Cops See Corruption in Waco

The Message of the interview is quite clearly that the suffering of the innocent outweighs the interest in persecuting the guilty.

 

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Tom Schilaro

The following interview concerning the Waco incident took place July 26, 2015 on a Long Island News Radio (103.9 FM) program called “Eye On Crime”. The program is hosted by Tom Schilaro, a former NY police officer for 20 years and current criminal justice instructor.

Schilaro interviews nationally recognized spokesperson David “Double D” Devereaux and Jim Barr, the current Coordinator for Long Island ABATE. The interview is fair, balanced and reveals that even former law enforcement officers understand the huge problem with obviously over-broad arrests, lack of particularized suspicion, punitive bail, and the lack of information being released to the media and the public.

 

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David “Double D” Devereaux
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Jim Barr

This interview discusses only what we currently know about Waco and diverts discussion away from conjecture or conspiracy. The message of the interview is quite clearly that the suffering of the innocent outweighs the interest in persecuting the guilty. We simply don’t sacrifice the civil liberties of innocent people to punish the guilty in a free society.

 

Listen to the Interview Here:


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David "Double D" Devereaux

Double D is the Spokesperson for the Washington State Council of Clubs, Founder of the Motorcycle Profiling Project, and works with motorcyclists at the national level.

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