because this is bullshit.
The Kansas House Standing Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice has introduced a bill that will require private citizens who file complaints against police officers to sign an affidavit, acknowledging that if their allegations are proven false, they can be charged with perjury, which is a felony charge.
Furthermore, this bill prohibits a Kansas law enforcement agency from opening an investigation into a complaint if another law enforcement agency has already investigated the complaint and found in favor of the officer.
Wonderful, huh? Rubber-stamp a "No problem found" paper and charge the citizen who had the nerve to file a complaint with perjury. AND no other state agency could investigate it. Can you say "Kissing up to the police union"? Can you say "Horrible piece of crap bill"?
And it gets a bit worse:
Who actually authored this bill remains unclear, as the bill was introduced by the House Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice.
Which means the clown(s) who actually wrote it are too chickenshit to put their names to it. It's as if they think people might be upset about this, and they're too cowardly to face that.
A doc who says flatly ADHD does not exist. Considering the way that diagnosis has been abused, including by schools to make students more controllable, I don't know about 'doesn't exist' but it damn well is overused.
"I'm Eric Holder and I represent Obama; what do I care if I actually have legal authority for anything?"