Saturday, January 5, 2013

TX - McAllen ISD Police officer (Jaime Ocanas) accused in sexual abuse investigation


4 comments :

Loneranger said...

I wonder if the number of police arrested for sex crimes is higher then the number of repeat offenders. I would think the percentage would be higher given the number that hit the news everyday. given that 90 percent of the crimes are not reported this would translate to even a higher number in the real world. So how safe are we? To be safe you should not trust the police around your children as many children are molested by then every year? Power and being above the law. Making it ok for the police to lie if it suet's them only enables them to groom and manipulate, a skill that is encouraged to catch the bad guys. Also becomes ingrained to the point where they will lie if the truth made a better story. Police and judges and even members of congress are caught up in sex scandals everyday. What gives them the right to feel above the law? Granted we do hear about some. What about the others? How many are still hiding behind a badge or a seat on the bench dolling out punishment daily for things they themselves are as guilty of? Frankly this is much more dangerous then someone that peed behind a bush and now needs to be tracked for life.

SOIssues said...

Yeah, maybe from now on, when we find an article of a officer being busted for a sex crime, we also post a link to their sex offender registry entry, if they are put on it like everyone else? Hmmmm... :)

SOIssues said...

Just kidding. We would not do that because we don't believe in any registry, even for police officers.

Loneranger said...

Well Police and Judges and the like are very covert. I'm sure in most cases they will avoid having to register. they are trained liars so to even be arrested and make a charge stick is hard to do. So for them to avoid the registry isn't that unusual. What I find interesting is the vast number of Police that are arrested. I guess even a trained liar goes to far sometimes.