Former Baltimore Officer Tweets Examples of Corruption and Brutality

Source: Revolution-News

Former Baltimore police sergeant Michael Wood took to Twitter Wednesday to air a shocking list of acts he said he participated in and witnessed during his 11 years in the Department’s violent crime division.

Lying under oath about made up charges, kicking/punting a handcuffed person in the face, illegally searching thousands of people with no legal justification, shitting and pissing inside suspects homes on their beds and clothes during raids are just a few examples of what he witnessed in Baltimore.

Wood stated that he would continue exposing past police misconduct and to engage in dialogue with his twitter followers in the coming days. Wednesday’s tweets are below.

Some clarification on terminology: “PC” stands for “probable cause,” and “CDS” stands for “controlled deadly substance”

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