By Anonymous - / Monday 17 June 2013 19:56 / United States
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  Shepardspie71  |  8

Yes. Sue the police. Good idea. Make sure you never need any help from a cop. Ever


74: there are a lot of small things police have to remember or they (and depending on severity the department) could be sued. And they aren't talking about suing here;they are saying that if there isn't enough proof of his crimes or it isn't severe, prove his wife was sleeping with the cop and the charges will be dropped because of conflict of interest.


There's OP's (hopefully ex-)wife's donut if you know what I mean.

  iammeorami  |  25

op's wife can be to op: " now your just somebody that I used to blow"

  sig4life  |  18

Yes he can be fired but for conflict of interest or abuse if power. I would find it hard to believe that the same scumbag dirty cop isn't abusing a little power.

Also divorce the bitch and make sure she ends up with as little as possible. Oh and try not to bruise her it will come back and haunt you.

By  challan  |  19

Sucks for you, but good for her! From criminal to justice upholder... She's stepping up in the world.

  griffy14  |  9

Actually, cheating in a marriage is a breach of contract. He can divorce her and not have to deal with alimony or anything of that nature an possibly sue her. And the officer can lose his job if it's proven that it was personal.

  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

This is not what feminism is about.

By  Welshite  |  39

This is hard to call. Yes, it was wrong of the officer to have an affair with your wife, but we don't know if you deserved those arrests or if it was simply malice on the officer's part.

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