Comments: Ain't Nobody's Business

Sorry for the double post, but I don't usually want to be quite that anonymous.
I read Radley Balko's post and noted:
When Capps' family attempted to file a complaint with the review board, the board instituted a new rule denying a hearing to any complainant who had sought financial compensation from the city prior to the complaint, and applied the rule retroactively.

Though neither Capps nor her family had asked for any compensation, Cates had, which the review board said was justification for them to refuse to even listen to a complaint about the raid. After complaints from local activist groups, the board relented.

Sources: John Sullivan, "Durham man, 71, files lawsuit over drug raid," Raleigh News and Observer, May 9, 2000, p. B4.

My question is -- "this is a red state?"
My comment is "Oh, my God."

Posted by Windy Wilson at December 20, 2006 08:04 PM
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