Monday, January 08, 2018

Suspending his law license is a good start; now

they need to go after the corrupt cops involved, too.
Records show that two days later, while Larkin spoke with his attorney about defense strategy during a police interrogation break, the officers left their video recorder running on what was supposed to be a private meeting.

That video later was viewed by LaPorte Chief Deputy Prosecutor Robert Neary. He also ordered a transcript be made and had it distributed, including to the special prosecutor appointed to handle the case after John Espar was elected in 2014 replacing Bob Szilagyi as county prosecutor, according to court records.

Court records also indicate that police or prosecutors likely tampered with evidence from the safe before providing it to Larkin's examiner.
Y'know, there are people who go to jail for tampering with evidence.  These bastards should, as well.  If they don't, they're telling every jury out there that these people cannot be trusted to provide honest testimony and evidence; wonder if the cops and prosecutors office are considering that, or just don't care?

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