I already said none of this is a case for getting rid of qualified immunity, now saying it for the third time.
I addressed the comment of another poster who complained that NYPD cops are corrupt by saying, yes, there is a history of systemic corruption, but that I dont see it as a reason to get rid of qualified immunity, though it would be nice to be able to address it.
You then asked me if I new iof any examples of NYPD systemic corruption.
I then said that the one I know of personally, that effected me personally on a level because I knew him, was the protected and uninvestigated murder of John Rossi related to a steroid distribution ring that was operated by NYPD officers.
I also stated clearly that this happened a long time ago and that I dont know what goes on there now.
As an adult, I hope you realize that the likelihood that there wasnt and isnt still a LOT of this kind of thing going on in NYC is naiive. You can choose to think DiBlasio and NYPD are above systemic corruption and profiting from their positions, and that they go after EVERYONE, rather than just the ones that dont pay out.
In my experience, this kind of thing doesnt go away quietly, because the people involved tend to be greedy and compromised. NYC and all larger cities are perfect environments for internal crimes and grift to slip through the cracks.
Cops should be allowed to profile and arrest people.
Any other clarifications needed?