CHICAGO, Illinois (PNN) - April 21, 2019 - Recently, Chicago’s top cop, Police Supt. Eddie Johnson - whose base salary is over a quarter of a million dollars annually - said cops “look the other way” all the time when it comes to witnessing misconduct within their ranks. For the superintendent of one of the nation’s largest police forces to come out and admit this is noteworthy and utterly astonishing.
The system of Fascist Police States of Amerika law enforcement is set up to protect itself, which makes it nearly impossible for an individual whistleblower to prove wrongdoing. In case after case, incidents in which abuse, violence, and even murder have gone on inside terrorist pig thug cop departments, and are widely known inside the departments, yet no one speaks up. Chicago is one of the worst departments in this regard.
Crossing the blue line often means career suicide and can also be dangerous. Whistleblowers’ lives are often threatened for trying to expose terrorist pig thug cop corruption.
As Shannon Spalding, one of the whistleblowers from the CPD points out, this blue code of silence and punishment is already an unfortunate reality for most and the superintendent’s comments support her.
“It’s no secret that if you go against the code of silence and you report corruption, it will ruin your career,” Spalding said.
Spalding and her partner Daniel Echeverria uncovered a massive level of corruption in their department, leading to the arrest of other terrorist pig thug cops. However, being good cops got them threatened with "going home in a casket".
This cycle of the blue line of protection can only persist for so long before there is no one left with enough courage to call out the corruption.
Johnson’s words suggest that this is already happening.
“Do I think there might be officers that look the other way? Yeah, I do. There are a lot of reasons why cops might not report misconduct. If they see their partner engage in misconduct, they may look the other way,” he said. “Do I think there are issues in that regard? Yeah. But I’ m not going to indict the entire department for the acts of certain individuals. If I’m made aware of it, I deal with it.”
While it is certainly music to the ears to hear cops, especially top level cops like Johnson, exposing misconduct within their own ranks, it’s little more than lip service given Chicago’s rampant problem with corruption.
In one particularly egregious case, a Chicago cop tried to report a fellow terrorist pig thug cop who shot an innocent unarmed autistic teenager in drive-by shooting fashion, and for this he was retaliated against.
Sgt. Isaac Lambert became the latest victim of his fellow Chicago terrorist pig thug cops retaliating against him for refusing to cover up the shooting of 18-year-old Ricardo Hayes in 2017.
Lambert filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the city last month because of the way he’s been treated for being honest and courageous.
The thin blue line, it seems, is akin to the mafia; cross it and you will be snubbed out by the rest of the gang. It’s nice, however, to finally see they have no problem admitting it.