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CT cops may have issued nearly 60,000 bogus traffic tickets to make white people look like bad drivers….

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We are in a nation surrounded by absolute madness. Even the term “clown word” fails to capture the absurdity, and comparing it to the “Twilight Zone” also seems inappropriate. The most appropriate description for this chaos might be a “progressive hellscape”. This nation is so deep in political, racial and social division that we can no longer see clearly. There is an almost frenzied rush to manufacture cases of “racism”, a kind of supply and demand problem. Democrats seem to require more fear-mongering of blacks and more vilification of whites. There aren’t enough to go around, so now, they’re making their own. Many believe that’s precisely what happened in Connecticut, where state troopers issued about 25,000 fake tickets to whites so they could make that group look like worse drivers than blacks and Hispanics.

CT mirror:

Connecticut State Police officers may have falsified tens of thousands of traffic stop records submitted to the state’s racial profiling data reporting program, potentially skewing the numbers to reflect more violations for white drivers and less so for black and Hispanic motorists.

The revelation was made in a report released Wednesday following an investigation last year by Hearst Connecticut Media Group that revealed four state troopers in 2018 fabricated hundreds of traffic stop tickets for professional gain.

The report was the result of a thorough audit by the Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Project in the months following the publication of the research.

Auditors reviewed more than 800,000 violations filed by 1,301 troopers, spanning from 2014 to 2021. The investigation showed that the over-reporting and under-reporting of traffic violations went far beyond the four troopers identified for the first time by internal affairs investigations and subsequent reports.

The most important thing here is that in reality the number of fake note could be closer to 60 thousand. The Mirror CT the story continues:

Investigators were unable to corroborate 25,966 stops submitted to the racial profiling database while indicating the number of falsified records could exceed 58,000.

The report states that traffic violations overreported by state police were more likely to involve white and non-Hispanic drivers, while underreported violations were more likely to involve black or Hispanic drivers.

However, before you jump to the conclusion that tens of thousands of law-abiding white drivers could easily take these racist cops to court, think again. Officials now say those traffic stops have simply been made up. The Mirror CT the story continues:

In a virtual meeting Wednesday, where members of the Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Project shared the report’s findings with their advisory board, state police Col. Stavros Mellekas noted that the number of falsified records declined after 2018 , following changes at the agency following internal affairs investigations. . He also said that no resident of the state received a fake ticket. Rather, police officers and agents were making up traffic stops that didn’t happen and fabricating demographic information for the profiling system.

“The state police in 2018, the previous administration, moved in the right direction, took corrective action, identified it themselves,” Mellekas said, adding that these actions occurred before the ‘passage of the state’s police accountability law. “While they took corrective action, again, they informed these individuals and the entire area that this will not be tolerated in the future. And I think a continued review of our office and your offices will help ensure that.”

Two of the officers in the initial investigation had been given brief suspensions, while the other two retired before the investigation was concluded.

If these officers had targeted black drivers in the same way, they probably would have been quickly charged with a hate crime and thrown into the jingle. However, now it seems that racial profiling is back. Interestingly, the Democratic member of the investigative unit is not prepared to use the term “profiling.” Apparently, nearly 60,000 fraudulent citations aren’t enough evidence for him. The Mirror CT the piece continues.

During the meeting, Democratic Sen. Gary Winfield, co-chairman of the legislature’s Judiciary Committee and a member of the Racial Profiling Project’s advisory board, shared concerns about officials trying to conclude that what happened in 2018 had an impact significant in numbers.
“We’re still involved in analyzing what happened in 2018, so I don’t think it’s a big enough data set to make that claim,” Winfield said. While the state police may be right about the fallout, “I often worry about that, because when the public hears these things, when it doesn’t necessarily turn out to be that later, we’ve said something one way or another. .”

This entire investigation centers around a group called Troop E.

The audit comes to light nearly a year after Hearst Connecticut Media Group reported that four state troopers from Troop E in Montville (Timothy Bentley, Noah Gouveia, Kevin Moore and Daniel Richter) fabricated hundreds of traffic stop tickets for better assignments, salary increases, promotions and special vehicles.

Although Troop E was the focus of internal state police investigations, it had the fifth-highest number of overreported records, according to the report.

Moore and Richter received 10-day and two-day suspensions, respectively, following the investigation, while Bentley and Gouveia were withdrawn. Richter then retired in 2021. The state Division of Criminal Justice has since opened a criminal investigation. All three retired soldiers still receive monthly pensions, while Moore is still an active employee.

Under the Alvin W. Penn Racial Profiling Act passed in 1999, police are required to record and submit traffic stop data, including the reason for the search, the race, ethnicity and gender of the person stopped and whether the encounter resulted in an arrest. .

It seems only logical that Troops A, B, C, D and the rest of the alphabet should undergo an investigation to find out who was really in charge of this racist plot. For the officers involved, a tap on the wrist and retirement parties won’t suffice; their pensions should be revoked, and they should be held accountable through legal consequences for perpetrating this reprehensible and racist lie.



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