Falsely Arrested Woman Told She Should Thank The Police For Realizing Their Error
from the heckuva-job dept
And, now, the police responsible have added insult to injury.
After the woman sued the police over this, she was told that that she should thank the police for realizing their mistake. I'm not joking:
Instead of suing Seminole, Shields should thank its employees for "doing a great job," discovering the error and turning their findings over to a judge, who ordered her release April 25, 2002, the day after her arrest, [Defense attorney Tom] Poulton said.