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Biggest Police Corruption Crackdown In FBI History

In the biggest crackdown on police corruption in the FBI’s 102-year history, authorities charged a total of 133 individuals in Puerto Rico Wednesday as the result of a probe into whether police provided protection for drug dealers.

All but four people, who were still being sought, were arrested Wednesday, authorities said. In all, 89 law enforcement officers and 44 other people were indicted as part of a two-year undercover investigation into 125 drug transactions.The scope of Operation Guard Shack was also described as unprecedented

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  • I cheered at the headline, but then read it was in Puerto Rico. Well, maybe OUR FBI will get around to the political and law enforcement corruption problems in the U.S. eventually.

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