God forbid this ever happens, but if you were in a collision that unintentionally killed someone, would you want this cop to be the first responder? Would it damage your claim that the death was unintentional?
What if this cop was the first responder to an incident of justified homicide, such as an assault where the victim defended him or herself with deadly force? Would you really want the first person on the scene to be a cop that has told others how to get away with criminal behavior?
What if you were a police officer and this cop was your partner and the only witness during a justified police shooting? Would the public believe you? —Jesse Meyer
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