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Should Police Be Allowed To Use Minor Children For Undercover Stings?
Should Police Be Allowed To Use Minor Children For Undercover Stings? April 27, 2017 -Poll-Undercover Stings
The Broward Sheriff’s Office, along with B.A.T. (Bureau of Alcohol and Tobacco), are using 16-year-old “children” for undercover stings. We assume they are getting these children from their “Explorers Program“.
What do YOU think would happen if someone was to post a video of one of these kids in the act of being a confidential informant.
We believe it is only a matter of time before one of these “children” gets hurt.
We would also remind you that in the case of alcohol stings, that 18, 19, and 20 year olds can’t legaly purchase alcohol. So it’s both pointless and dangerous, to use 16 year old children, in our opinion.
Look at the article above about the 22 year old deputy arrested will all the drugs after a hit & run accident. Probably a former Explorer. Do you think he started doing drugs at 22?
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