that was described here, the more pissed I get. It boils down to "If you can't find evidence of an actual crime, here's how you can lie about what you did find so as to make an arrest anyway. Or at least put the guy under suspicion."
And that's exactly what it is: training these officers to lie under oath and- they hope- get away with it.
The people doing this 'training' should be fired. And any officer who follows their advice should also be fired, and forever banned from ever again wearing a badge; they're dishonoring the one they have now.