Incompetence, hiding from responsibility, "WE'RE not responsible for damages", etc. Also a reason why some judges should be stripped of that black robe and beaten with clubs by the people they've harmed.
Bou Bou’s parents say they were detained by the police for nearly two
hours. When they arrived at the hospital they were shocked to learn the
truth about their son’s injuries.
“Why couldn't [the police] just be
honest with us and tell us what happened?” asked Alecia Phonesavanh.
Because they didn't have the balls to face you with what they'd done.
As Bou Bou lay in the hospital, agent Nikki Autry resigned from her job
with the Mountain Judicial Circuit’s drug unit. Judge James Butterworth,
the chief magistrate of Habersham County, who signed the “no-knock”
warrant, announced his retirement within days of the raid.
The drug task force that gathered that intelligence was disbanded four
months after the raid that injured Bou Bou Phonesavanh. It also happened
to be the day after “20/20” arrived in Habersham County to investigate.
Gee, you'd almost think they had things to hide, wouldn't you?
Miserable excuses for lawmen and judges. And, so far, they've not faced any personal responsibility for the damage they've done. Other than "Oh, we feel so bad! Pray for us!" from the idiot in charge.