Stephen Caracappa and Louis Eppolito were convicted in April of involvement in eight murders on behalf of the Mafia between 1986 and 1990.
BBC (where I read it first)
That is real life.
They charges have been dropped.
Public "trust" shattered, the image of the police tarnished.
8 murders, 4 years, committed by police detectives.
The charges have been dropped.
A clear message has been sent: The Mafia can do whatever they want.
When are the Sopranos on again?
How many times do you have to see Serpico to get it?
Let me make it personal: here in Kansas they caught the guy who stole my stereo, holding my stereo. I got a letter: we are not going to prosecute, but I was free to hire a lawyer and seek damages.
A clear message was sent: violate my property, steal my things, we do not care.