Wednesday, March 26, 2014

What Do Their Wives Think?

Lawmakers debate Hawaii law allowing cops to ‘sexually penetrate’ prostitutes before making arrest
The Honolulu Police Department claims the exemption helps their officers make arrests, and that without it prostitutes will engage in "cop checking," or requiring that sex takes place before being paid. But the Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery argues that police officers from every other U.S. state manage to arrest prostitutes without “sexual penetration.”
So, by their standard, it should be OK for undercover officers to kill people to prove they are not cops to those they are investigating. I mean, that's the ultimate "cop checking," isn't it?

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